Learn how to make your opponent tap out in virtually any situation!
Tap Out Textbook: The Ultimate Guide to Submissions for Grappling is packed with hundreds of armlocks, chokes and leglocks that you can use to make any opponent tap out. This book offers hardcore, serious, practical instruction on submitting an opponent in a wide variety of grappling and fighting situations.
Whether you’re a submission grappler, judo or jujitsu athlete or MMA fighter, you'll learn armlocks, chokes and leglocks from start to finish in both "no gi" and "gi" situations. Plus you'll get variations, alternate finishes and escapes so no matter what your opponent throws at you, you’ll be ready.
Steve Scott shares the same training tips, technical expertise and tactical advice that he has used to train over 200 national and international champions in grappling sports. This book is like having your own world-class coach with you every time you step on the mat.
This book is divided into 3 massive sections:
SECTION ONE: ARMLOCKS
This section features the four primary armlocks including the cross-body armlock, the bent armlock, the armpit lock and the straight armlock. In some cases, shoulder joint locks are also shown when relevant to an armlock. There are many breakdowns, set ups, variations, combination techniques and applications of armlocks in this section.
SECTION TWO: CHOKES & STRANGLES
This section emphasizes strangles and chokes aimed directed against the carotid arteries on the sides of the neck as well as against the trachea (windpipe) and front of the check and throat. In some cases, neck cranks and shoulder locks are also shown when relevant to a choking technique. A wide variety of ways to break down an opponent, roll an opponent into a choke, flatten out an opponent for a choke or apply chokes from a variety of positions.
SECTION THREE: LEGLOCKS
This section includes all submission techniques directed toward the lower body, including the ankles, knees, legs and hips. A large number of toeholds and ankle locks are featured. Both straight and bent knee leglocks are shown in this section as well. The use of position, breaking an opponent down, set ups, rolling techniques to gain momentum and controlling your opponent are featured.