Troubleshooting the Triangle For Bendy Meat Hookers

Ever been called a filthy meat hooker? If so, you’re probably flexible enough to play rubber guard and may have encountered the frustrations of being omoplata-ed while trying to set up your triangle.

Rubber guard assassin Sean goes over this exact scenario in a brief tutorial. The key to not setting yourself up for a reversing attack is, as usual, closing the distance. In this case, that means “gluing your knee” to your opponent’s head while working your free leg into triangle position. Also pay attention to the grip used to pull your opponent’s arm into position, palm to ceiling vs. overhand:


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