The Python Back Triangle by Michael Chu
- Catch opponents by surprise with unique and unorthodox setups for the back triangle.
- Make the triangle from the back the last stop for opponents with undefendable finishing variations!
- Work your way to the back triangle with consistency with entries from a multitude of positions and scenarios.
- The back triangle is perfect for practitioners with shorter legs due the immense control over the opposition.
- Michael Chu is a brown belt under Clark Gracie, and has honed his back triangle to a razor's edge!
|Intro & background||0|
|1st back mount||7:02|
|Vs sit up guard||0|
|Vs single leg||11:23|
|Arm drag & spider||0|
|Sit up shin to shin||9:39|
|Vs over under pass||18:45|
|Cross grip funky entry||11:12|
|Dragon tail pull||21:35|
|Submissions & closing||31:46|
The Python Back Triangle Is A 4-Part Masterclass From Michael Chu Where He Breaks Down Setups, Combinations, Finishing Variations, and MORE!
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What Will You Learn?
The Python Back Triangle is a unique series from Michael Chu where he sets out to uncover the power of the back triangle. The triangle is a classic technique that in many ways is made even more powerful when done from the back position. Michael Chu has been using the back triangle as one of his go-to attacks against opponents of all shapes and sizes. Use his system to secure efficient setups, higher finishing rates, and more!
Regardless of your level or build the back triangle can become one of your most versatile attacks. While the technique can be done from a traditional back control, it can also be entered into from a variety of other positions and scenarios. Chu teaches an easy-to-learn approach to securing the back triangle from everywhere! Surprise opponents from deep half, sit-up guard, single legs, shin on shin, and more with python-like back triangles!
Why is the back triangle so dominant? The triangle from the guard is a powerful technique on it’s own because of how strong our legs are. With proper technique the traditional front triangle is a formidable technique on it’s own. That said, gravity can be quite challenging to overcome! Opponents who know how to stack can have a much better chance to defend the traditional front triangle. This is where the back triangle thrives because it combines the power of your legs with the positional dominance of back control.
Michale Chu’s easy-to-learn system sets out to make the back triangle one of the most versatile tools in your arsenal that can be applied ANY time you take the back, or encounter the scenarios covered in this 4-part series!