High percentage Gi choke using your opponents lapel that takes very little strength, very little speed, very little athleticism…get the point. All it takes is the ability to follow a step by step process called “technical proficiency. I get this lapel choke often at the age of 64 on much younger, stronger and faster training partners. That is the point of my posts. The ability to train in BJJ at any age or any physical condition. In fact, we have a blind student at Clockwork BJJ in NYC and after training with me for a few months in addition to taking the white belt class, he is hitting many of these moves. Enjoy.
Galvo Lapel Choke
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