BJJ students need to lift their hips as they go for the Spider Guard Triangle
When BJJ students go for the Triangle Choke from the Spider Guard, often they’ll leave their hips on the mat so that when they tie up the Triangle, their training partner can still posture up, create space between his neck and your hips and start to drive one of his hands back inside your Guard in order to stay safe.
When you go for the Triangle, you need to lift your hips off the mat and drive your hips up to the sky so that when you slap on the triangle, your knee is behind your opponent’s neck. This way your hip is as close to your opponent’s head as possible and there is a higher probability of finishing the Triangle.
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