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[Video of this waza fast and slow, from the side, and ideally, overhead]
Defense against a front choke
- Simultaneously throw downward shutō strikes into the crook of the opponent’s elbows (to break their grip) and knee kick their groin (to break their concentration and balance).
- Break the opponent’s neck with either a downward or inside elbow strike.
- The choice of which elbow strike to use depends on how far the opponent bends over.
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