While I am itching to get back on the mats, my knee still needs some more time to recover from the ACL surgery.
But worry not, I have one of my top black belts Jason Soares showing a drill sequence for Guillotine choke defense.
It starts off with a head and arm clinch, using the steering wheel pull to setup a knee strike, followed by a head snap to setup a flying guillotine choke.
The defender then is going to drop his hips to the opposite side and work the leg escape to side control. Finally, the finish on a stubborn opponent who refuses to let go of the Guillotine is to attack with the Von Flue Choke.
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