I edited this video and it didn’t come out very good. It had some talking that wasn’t part of the technique. It still gives enough detail you can figure out what to do. This was taught by Chris in the advance class on Monday. I found with some repetition you can really whip this one on quickly. Everyone knows you are going to try something when you pull the gi out. I don’t know if I would try and pull the gi out. During a roll it will come out it self. When you pull the guy down as Chris shows there is a moment where he feels safe against you and doesn’t realize you are going to loop the gi over his head. I am going to try focusing their attention on you grapping the collar. You grab the lose gi at the same time. Then you pull them down to loop the gi over for the submission. All this with your guard still closed. I like this better then the traditional cross choke. It isn’t as easy to get both hands into a defended collar. They also see it coming as you try and work both hands in. This is a bit sneaker way of getting the same choke.
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