Month 5 – Module 5 – “The Triangle Choke: The Judo Way”
Welcome To Month 5 Of The Jimmy Pedro
Newaza Coaching Program
Here’s a message from Dr. Rhadi Ferguson:
As a Brazilian Jiujitsu practitioner, I know that there are many moves that will work in newaza and by all means I practice them when I can. However, I’m also smart enough to know that Judo is Judo and Brazilian Jiujitsu is Brazilian Jiujitsu and just how some BJJ people can’t see breadth and depth of the grip fighting game, some Judo people cannot see the “progressions” of a technique, especially if they’ve never seen the technique before.
That means, in many cases, that you may have to begin doing techniques which the referees are familiar with in competition. One of these techniques that I really don’t like but I know works well is Sankaku in the frontal turtle assault position. I really don’t like the technique personally, but it IS VERY EFFECTIVE in Judo. As a matter of fact it is one of the most effective newaza techniques.
In this month’s issue we are going to cover sankaku, “The Triangle Choke: The Judo Way“.
We have brought in a special guest for this month’s issue. Someone who has locked up some people in Sankaku all over the globe. That person is Sankaku Expert, Carrie Chandler.
In this month’s issue you will:
- Discover the areas which will make your sankaku tight like a duck’s bottom :-)
- Learn various defenses to get out of sankaku… (this stuff is brilliant, if we do say so ourselves)
- Understand the mistakes that many people make which turns this move into a disaster for most people
- Find out how you can crack the turtle in order to begin your Sankaku sequence and what to do when it seems like you can’t crack it.
If you cannot see the video and:
1. Desire to access the information in the coaching sequence please register today for the Jimmy Pedro Newaza Coaching Program
2. Have already registered for the program, the reason why you may not be able to see it is because you have not reached this level of access yet. Your access will increase every 30 days.
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