Learn about the Rear Naked Choke - Grappling Technique

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Learn about the Rear Naked Choke

These videos provide details on the Rear Naked Choke. This is a submission technique used in Mixed Martial Arts and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. To defend against or counter a Rear Naked Choke, you should visit Rear Naked Choke Escapes.

This technique should be only practiced under the supervision of a trained martial arts instruction because it can be very dangerous if used improperly. Please do not hurt your training partner!

For more grappling techniques and escapes, please visit the main Grappling page.

YouTube Instructional Video on Rear Naked Chokes

YouTube Instructional Video on Three Common Mistakes with Rear Naked Chokes

YouTube Video Discussing The Rear Naked Choke And The Dangers Of This Technique








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