How to set up the loop choke from bottom.
A sneaky choke from closed guard.
How to set up the knee bar from bottom.
A triangle choke set up using the overhook.
How to do the brabo choke from closed guard.
A combination of the loop choke and ezekial choke.
How to set up the worm-hat choke.
A choke made famous by the Judoka, Flavio Canto.
A triangle choke set up from spider guard.
A choke that can be also used as a set up to other submissions in this series.
A simple choke to implement when your opponent is being very conservative.
The fundamental choke from the mount.
One of the most basic and important submissions from the mount.
How to set up the brabo choke as you use the knee slide pass.
A simple wrist lock when your opponent frames across your throat.
A sneaky wrist lock when your opponent attempts an underhook.
How to apply the paper cutter choke.
Using your own lapel to choke your opponent.
How to catch your opponent’s arm when they expose it on the near side.
How to set up the reverse triangle from side control.
A variation of the lapel choke from side control.
Keenan teaches the Tarikoplata to Gordon Ryan (made famous by Tarik Hopstock)
How to use your own sleeve to set up the ezekial choke from behind your opponent.
A creative way to use your opponent’s own lapel to choke them.
A powerful variation of the triangle choke that can be applied from the back.
How to set up the reverse omoplata.
How to set up the Peruvian necktie using the lapel.