Side mount, choke, armbar
(BJJ)

A Technique from Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu
Courtesy Erin Toughill (erintoughill.com)

These techniques should only be practiced with the supervision of an experienced instructor.
Practicing the moves incorrectly could result in serious bodily injury or death.

1

Erin has side mount on opponent.

2

Arm around head secures neck lapel other arm goes between legs and cups bottom thigh.

3

Erin turns opponent on her side.

4

Erin removes arm from between opponent's thighs.

She helps pass top lapel to the bottom hand that is around opponent's neck.

5

Erin now has a tight grip around opponent's neck.

She then secures the choke further by going under opponent's arm and grabbing her own lapel.

6

Erin's shin then comes up and is placed directly behind opponent's neck.

7

Other shin comes up.

(Erin is holding herself up, not sitting on her butt yet.)

8

Erin then sits back.

Erin pulls the lapel around opponents neck towards her while shin is pushing against her neck the other way.

9

This puts a very tight choke on opponent.

Erin can also transition to an arm bar!

This information was originally published on erintoughill.com, and is reproduced on BJJ.Org with express permission.
Page downloaded on Tue Nov 11 2003.
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