Traditional Judo

Judo Chokes and Strangles

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Featured Technique:

Guruma Jime - Wheel Choke




 

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Guruma Jime - Wheel Choke


This is a very powerful choke that can be applied with a number of variations.

The basic version begins from behind your partner. Place both your forearms on your partner's left shoulder (both your hands are on the same side of his head. Then with the hand closest to his head (your right hand), reach across and grasp his right lapel as close to his neck as possible. Then, with your left hand, cross over your right arm, reaching behind your partner's head and grasp the back of his right collar/lapel, close to your right hand grip. Both these collar/lapel grips are generally taken with your palms facing down.

With your grips secured, begin a scissoring action, pulling up with your hands and pressing your elbows downwards while spreading them apart. The portion of his lapel that is between your hands will now pull taught and curve around his neck, constricting it quite powerfully.

Continue the scissoring motion, lifting strongly with your hands, spreading your elbows, and lean your weight downwards into his neck and upper back unit he taps out.


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