What if you have short stubby legs like me, and have a hard time making triangle chokes work? Trust me, I feel your pain. I’m 5’9″, but have the torso of a 6’+ man, which is why in my podcast I even appear taller than Robert Drysdale (who is 6’3″). So I get it.
I can get “diamonds” instead of “triangles” pretty easily, and learned a nifty trick to take advantage of the position. I call this the triangle sweep, and it can be used whenever you have a triangle or a diamond. What’s great is that it will land you right into the mount, where you can choose to bail and stick the mount, or reset your triangle and get really tight.
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