How to Escape a Chokehold in 4 Steps

A two-handed front choke is an extremely dangerous attack. Fight your way out of a chokehold in four steps using this effective counterstrike!

Against a two-handed choke when pinned up against a wall, a strong body structure is more important than muscular strength.
Against a two-handed choke when pinned up against a wall, a strong body structure is more important than muscular strength.

A two-handed front choke is an extremely dangerous attack—especially if your attacker is larger and stronger than you. In addition to the immediate panic of not being able to breathe, it’s very possible that the choke could cause permanent life-threatening damage to your larynx or cause you to go unconscious. The key to defending yourself effectively is to react immediately and use the structure of your body to attack vital targets. Click through to read how to escape a chokehold in 4 steps.

 

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  • Helizna Kilian

    Thank you, I will practice this and if that ever happens to me, will be prepared 🙂