Neil Melanson, Author of “Mastering Triangle chokes” takes us through a great transition from the Arm in guillotine to an Anaconda choke so if you’re opponent bails out of your first attack, he lands right in your next choke. It’s a great video produced by Hyabusa.
I’ve lost a tournament match because I had the guy’s back the whole time but couldn’t submit. When we stood back up, I shot for a take down and he sprawled and managed to score two points, which I couldn’t recover from. I was so frustrated. That’s why I really like this video.
The instruction by Rener Gracie is so perfect. The subtleties of wrist movement and leg placement will no doubt take me a very long time to perfect. Rener has such fluid transitions that he makes it look easy. I have no doubt at all that when he takes your back, it’s game over.
Source: Gracie Breakdown