Closed Guard Submission Triangle Choke


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This is a look at the very basic submission the Triangle. There are bunch of different setups for this submission but I am just showing a very basic entry. My hope at this point in the curriculum is to address where the pressure comes from, how to enter this position and how to finish. Take note that although many people pull on the back of the head to finish the Triangle that should be the last ditch effort to get your opponent to tap. I emphasis squeezing your knees together to add pre
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