Wrist Lock inside Triangle Choke

A Technique from Brazilian Jiu-JitsuCourtesy Erin Toughill (erintoughill.com)

These techniques should only be practiced with the supervision of an experienced instructor.

Practicing the moves incorrectly could result in serious bodily injury or death.This information was originally published on www.erintoughill.com, and is reproduced on BJJ.Org with express permission.

1 Opponent is in Erin’s guard

2 Erin opens guard, puts feet on hips and scoots back.

3 Erin brings her right leg over opponents left arm. She is still gripping sleeves and keeping other foot on her hip.

4 Erin pulls opponent’s right arm across opponent’s own face and holds it firmly.

5 Opponent tries to defend by grabbing Erin’s pantleg and posturing up. Erin’s right hand goes under opponent’s wrist as she simultaneously grabs her own wrist and cups the top of her opponent’s hand.

6 She then secures a wrist lock while pulling the arm to the side and also applying a shoulder lock. All the while having the triangle choke around the neck. No one is getting away from that!

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