Single Wing Choke
ATTACKS FROM THE BACK MOUNT
Once the back mount has been achieved, keeping it is the most important goal. The position learned earlier of one hand in the armpit and the other over the opposite shoulder allows the most possible attacks.
Single Wing Choke.
(1) Step 1. Open the collar and secure a grip the same as in the collar choke.
Single wing choke, step 1
(2) Step 2. With the hand that is under the enemy’s armpit, pull his arm out at the elbow.
Single wing choke, step 2
(3) Step 3. Bring your hand around behind his head and finish the choke by pushing out with both hands.
Single wing choke, step 3