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The unbearable lightness of the choke

“I must be doing something wrong when it’s time for the grip.” Now there’s a thought that has crossed the minds of 99% of all jiu-jitsu students, especially in that inevitable occasion where the choke got away. The torque, the adjustment of the hands and the fingers are indeed crucial, but they’re not enough to secure the win, as Rickson Gracie confirms. 

Take note of the rich details in this lesson on the choke from the mount, with the opponent lying sideways, and feel the unbearable lightness of the perfect choke, at the precise time when the master’s body connection, movement synchronicity and well-balanced base add up to the unstoppable result: the tap-out. 


temthales Avatar
temthales commented:

Muito bom! E a gente ainda aprende o inglês. Congratulations, master!

August 30, 2021 03:15 PM
avantguardjj Avatar
avantguardjj commented:

thank you Master Rickson !

August 30, 2021 01:37 PM
Carlos Avatar
Carlos commented:

Luv this 💪🏻❤️🥊

August 30, 2021 02:21 AM
arnaldocezariodasilva Avatar
arnaldocezariodasilva replied:

Gostaria muito que ele desse aula em português

November 04, 2021 08:53 PM