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List of submission techniques used in ground fighting systems.

Whether it is Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Grappling, Sambo, Combat Submission Grappling, etc. all these systems or arts of fighting on the ground use these techniques to subdue the opponent.

Submissions, Fighting Techniques and Reverse, this is a list of the main techniques in alphabetical order from A to Z.

Some will definitely miss but don’t worry that you already have so much to work with these that you won’t miss one or two techniques you don’t find on this list.

Consider that you must learn to apply all these techniques from different positions, you must learn the defenses from these attacks (escape), the reverses, and the strategies to be able to effectively apply these techniques to an opponent who does not want to be leveraged.

Clearly based on the fact of practicing with the Gi or No-Gi requires the necessary adaptations and also the possibility of using the Gi to perform control techniques and submission techniques.List of submission techniques

List of the main submission techniques:

  • American Armlock – American Keylock
  • American Armlock Escapes
  • Anaconda Choke
  • Anaconda Choke Escapes – Anaconda Choke defense or counter
  • Ankle Lock – Achilles Lock or Foot Lock
  • Ankle Lock Counter or Foot Lock counter
  • Armbar From Guard
  • Armbar From The Mounted Position – Armbar from mount
  • Armbar From Side Control
  • Armbar Defenses or Armbar escapes
  • Arm Triangle, New1001
  • Armless Triangle, New100145
  • Banana Split
  • Bicep Slicer or Bicep Crusher
  • Brabo Choke or D’Arce Choke
  • Brabo Choke Escapes
  • Butterfly Guard, New
  • Butterfly Guard Counter
  • Butterfly Sweep, New
  • Calf Crusher or Calf Slicer
  • Clock Choke
  • Clock Choke Escapes
  • Cobra Choke
  • Crucifix Choke
  • D’Arce Choke or Brabo Choke
  • Double Ankle Grab Sweep – Double Ankle Sweep
  • Double Ankle Sweep Counter – Counter to the Double Ankle Sweep
  • Double Leg Takedown
  • Elbow Crank
  • Elbow Escape From Mount
  • Elevator Sweep, New1001
  • Electric Chair
  • Ezekiel Choke
  • Ezekiel Choke Defense
  • Flying Armbar, New10
  • Flying Triangle Choke, New
  • Gogoplata, New
  • Granby Roll, New
  • Guillotine Choke
  • Guillotine Choke Escapes – Defenses against the Guillotine Choke
  • Handstand Sweep
  • Headlock Escapes
  • Heel Hook, New1005
  • Heel Hook Escapes
  • Helicopter Armbar, New100
  • Hip Crank, New100149
  • Hook Sweep, New1001
  • Kimura From The Guard
  • Kimura From The Side Mount
  • Kimura Defense, New100
  • Knee Bar From Closed Guard Position
  • Knee Bar from Side Control
  • Kneebar Defense, New100147
  • Knee On Belly Escape
  • Macarrao Sweep – Another overhead sweep technique
  • Neck Crank
  • North South Choke, New South Carolina
  • North South Escapes – A variety of north south escapes
  • Omoplata Shoulder Lock
  • Overhead Sweep
  • Passing The Half Guard
  • Peruvian Necktie
  • Push Sweep – Push kick sweep
  • Quad Crush
  • Rear Naked Choke
  • Rear Naked Choke Escapes – Rear naked choke defense
  • Reverse Armbar From Mount
  • Rolling Armbar, New10010
  • Rolling Knee Bar
  • Sambo Knee Bar
  • Sambo Leg Lock
  • Scarf Hold, New
  • Scarf Hold Escapes
  • Scissors Sweep
  • Sickle Sweep, New
  • Side Control Escapes
  • Sleeve Choke
  • Sleeve Choke Escapes
  • Spider Guard, New1001
  • Spider Guard Sweeps
  • Standing Elbow Crank
  • Standing Guard Pass
  • 10 Finger Choke or Ten finger guillotine
  • Toe Hold
  • Toe Hold Escapes
  • Triangle Choke
  • Triangle Choke Escapes
  • Triangle Choke Escape From Guard – Defense against triangle choke
  • Turtle Attacks – How to attack an opponent who is in the turtle guard/position.
  • Turtle Escapes – How to escape an attacker when you are in the turtle guard/position.
  • Turtle Guard or Turtle position
  • Twister
  • X-Guard
  • X-Guard Sweeps

List of submission and grappling techniques
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