Following up from yesterday:
I’ve had the opportunity now to test out the double palm down Cross Choke, and it works. Yes, yes indeed, it does. In fact, it took almost no strength at all. Just wrist action and they were heading off towards lala land.
This changes a lot.
And that’s no exaggeration.
Being able to switch the configuration of the Grip while still achieving the same outcome adds more unpredictability to the attack. And once you add an understanding the rules of head position to the mix, it’s like a unstoppable force almost.
And that’s especially true from the closed guard.
Feeding the first grip palm down not only makes posture control easier, but now you can actually attack with the Choke from both angles as well. Before, that wasn’t an option. I had to feed the second grip palm up. That meant that my head had to be on the same side as my first grip.
But now, it doesn’t matter where my head is because the second grip can switch to fit the occasion.
Use it, and you will crush your enemies, see them driven before you, and hear the lamentations of their women.
Now in the other news.
An update is currently being uploaded to the micro adjustment course. It’s the fifteenth lesson, and that’s an important number.
There will only be fifteen lessons in the course at any one time. From this point on, anytime I do an update, I’ll also delete the oldest lesson.
Just a heads up.
In this update is a ridiculously simple way to slaughter the elbow escape from mount. It’s something that frustrate people to the depths of their souls. And I’ve been using it for many years to keep the top position as I slowly slide in the ezekiel choke.
Check it out here:
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