Yesterday, we studied a bit about the art of suffocating an opponent using two legs and two arms, one of the most efficacious in the Jiu-Jitsu or self-defense arsenal. In the first part, we featured a basic triangle by Professor Fabio Leopoldo; one useful at any belt but especially good for white belts to work on.
Today, Hillary Williams takes you through another lesson on the triangle, with some cool details.
A little further down, the IBJJF ref takes the chance to explain commands in Portuguese so fighters will understand. Check it out: