Troubleshooting the Triangle - Part 1
Matt Darcy • 4m 15s
Every body is different. Therefore, triangles might be harder to get on some body types than others. Here Matt Darcy goes over some key details that can help you finish triangle chokes when short legs or broad shoulders are an issue by aligning the knees in the same direction and using a press and curl motion with your legs to close all the space.
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