Back Control Submission Basic Lapel Choke.mov


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In this video I show a very simple way to finish from the back. This is the Basic Lapel Choke from the back or the Clock Choke from the back. When performing this technique it is important to remember the concepts that we have learned from the previous videos. Keep that pocket in the back and after setting up your grips keep your fulcrum stationary and move the elbow behind the shoulder. When initially setting up this submission I find it helps to start from double under grips. This gives
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