Let’s be honest here, most of us have a real hard time setting up and finishing triangles against good guys who are specifically aware of the triangle or are using immense power or size to get out even if they get stuck in it.
It’s not your fault.
Most teachers show a triangle drill where you just stuff the guys arm inside and jump over his shoulder or grab his head. Then they tell you to lift your hips, pull and squeeze.
Yes, this can work from time to time. They are not wrong.
But the reality is that it is difficult to catch a decent guy this way, and to actually submit the dude is even harder.
Why is it becoming so difficult?
The basics of the art are always evolving and people are getting smarter, faster and stronger.
Lol, and most of us aren’t getting any younger either.
That’s why it’s imperative to stay on top of the technical evolution and know what is working right now against the very best. Because if it’s working against the very best, it sure as hell is going to work for you against guys at your gym.
The Triangle Machine by Craig Jones is your answer.
It’s like a short-cut in a sense. Now to be clear, it’s not some Cliff-notes version. It’s the actual full-version itself that is working today without all the excess fat. It cuts right into the very heart of what will work right now against the very best, so you don’t have to keep going back and forth and back and forth with other systems that are not working to figure it out.