Jiu Jitsu Gi Chokes
1. Loop Choke
Our first favorite jiu jitsu gi choke is also the simplest. Simple, but effective, the loop choke is must have choke in your arsenal. See a video breakdown of the loop choke below.
2. Bow and Arrow Choke
Second on our list is our favorite jiu jitsu gi choke from the back. Often it can be more difficult to secure the rear naked choke when wearing a jiu jitsu gi (in comparison to no-gi), and that is when the bow and arrow choke can be a good option. See a video breakdown of the bow and arrow choke below.
3. Baseball Bat Choke
A risky choke from bottom, number three on our list is the baseball bat choke. The baseball bat choke is a jiu jitsu gi choke that occasionally can also me accomplished in no-gi. See the baseball bat choke tutorial below.
4. Force Choke
A jiu jitsu gi choke that few know is number four on our list. Getting its name from its Darth Vader like finishing position, the force choke is a jiu jitsu gi choke that will often catch your opponent by surprise, and can be initiated from multiple positions. A force choke technique from Keenan Cornelius is below.