TOW #38 – Jiu Jitsu: Arm In Guillotine Variation

September 19, 2013

Scotty and Niko from Tenth Planet are back with us this week to show you a very helpful Jiu Jitsu tip. This week Scotty explains the Arm in Guillotine variation. When your opponent has an arm in or has just shot in for a takedown sometimes their arm can hinder your Guillotine attempt. When this happens, twist your arm, lock your hands and hip out. Once you are in a good position your job is to force your opponent’s head downward cutting off his airflow resulting in a tap. Hope this video has helped bring some knowledge. Check back next Thursday for an all new Revgear Technique of the Week.

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