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List of Submission & Grappling Techniques with Videos & Instructions

This page provides detail about martial arts submission & grappling techniques such as the Guillotine Choke, Kimura Defense and Armbar from Guard. You should also visit the Judo Techniques page for additional grappling techniques (i.e. throws, pins and joint locks).

Martial arts is not just kicking and punching. Many martial arts styles and systems (such as Mixed Martial Arts, Sambo and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu) use grappling techniques in order to control or defeat their opponents. Therefore, many martial artists are learning submission techniques and counters in order to add a ground component to their traditional martial arts training. All of the techniques below include instructional videos to help you learn more about a specific submission or counter/escape.

These grappling and submission techniques should be only practiced under the supervision of a trained martial arts instructor. Some of these techniques are very dangerous (i.e. the Rear Naked Choke) if done improperly during training.

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