These are in my opinion the top five most painful submissions with a Honorable mention of calf and bicep slicers…ouch
If you are going to perform these submissions in class remember catch and release. There is no need to hurt training partners to boost your ego for a tap. I only show submissions like these because some tournaments do allow them.
Also I tried to pick based off of pain level not over all damage to the body. So heel hook has been eliminated.
These are three of my favorite Mount Escapes! They work really well for me and I hope you can use them in your arsenal as well🤙
The first escape is useful if your opponent is low on the mount. Meaning they are closer to your hips than up under the arms.
The second is useful if your opponent is low on the mount or mid way.
The last Escape is for an opponent with a high mount. If you can get their arm trapped with your head and shoulder it makes for an easy escape. Be aware of the Armbar do not try and raise up right away after you hit it. Walk all the way around and bury down into the chest.
This Choke works! I showed it to one of my students who also has a YouTube channel @thejiujitsutherapist and he hit it at his last three ibjjf tournaments! I also showed this to my girlfriend and she hit it at her last Fuji tournament.
It is easy to hit you just have to see someone sticking their head out there and bam lock it on. The elbow to chest detail will stop your knee shield from getting smashed as easy. It makes it so you can pry their head up and use it to re set or go for this Choke.
Now sometimes your opponent will go into a death roll just be ready to take their back or the mount which ever you can get to first.
The idea of switching people out came from my roommate at the end. He helps out a lot with the recording and ideas for my channel so big thanks to Brian!
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