Learn About Judo's Gyaku Juji Jime (or Reverse Cross Choke)

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Learn About Judo's Gyaku Juji Jime (or Reverse Cross Choke)

These videos provide instructions for "Gyaku Juji Jime" (or Reverse Cross Choke) in Judo.

All Judo choking techniques (Shime Waza) are dangerous and should be practiced only under the supervision of a trained Judo instructor.

For more Judo throws and grappling techniques, please visit the main Judo Techniques page.

YouTube Instructional Video for Judo's Gyaku Juji Jime - Three chokes reviewed in this video. Gyaku Juji Jime is covered in the middle.

YouTube Instructional Video for Judo's Gyaku Juji Jime - Jiujitsu video.

YouTube Demonstration of Judo's Gyaku Juji Jime




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