Not every Triangle Choke has to come from the bottom meaning competitors should not only be wary of the submission when on the mat at any point but also be looking to lock it in from other positions.

In this MMATraining Technique of the Day, Frank Trigg puts that notion into practice, breaking down the Top-Side Triangle Choke where an individual in mount can abandon ground-and-pound for a slick submission victory with a fairly simple sequence of moves.