Top 4 Jiu-Jitsu Techniques to Escape Rear Choke

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The rear-choke is one on the worst situations you can be from a self-defense perspective and when training Jiu-Jitsu.

There are many techniques to escape the rear choke, but these are our favorite Jiu-Jitsu techniques to escape a choke, and finish with a throw, takedown, control or submission.

4 Jiu-Jitsu Techniques to Escape Choke:

1.) Ippon Seo Nage – a very common judo / jujitsu throw to drive your opponent into the ground. In this self-defense version of the ippon seo nage, we’ll use a Combat Jiu-Jitsu stance to drop your opponent.

2.) Osoto Gari – Another very common Judo or Ju-Jitsu leg-trip throw. In this version of the Osoto Gari Rear Choke Self-Defense, we’ll use your opponents “action” to step behind him and trip him with the Osoto Gari Takedown

3.) Judo Lock – The judo lock escape is one of the best self defense moves when your opponent has their arms around your neck and is choking you. It is a simple movement that easily gives you jiu-jitsu control over your opponent.

4.) Yoko Wakare – this Ju-Jitsu throw is also a side fall and sacrifice throw that uses gravity to throw your opponent over your shoulder. It is very effective, and quick self-defense takedown.

You will also learn a jiu-jitsu training drill to put all of these self-defense Jiu-Jitsu techniques together.

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