Wristlocks (known as mao de vaca in Portuguese) are some of the lesser used submissions in Brazilian Jiu-jitsu. In this instructional, Gracie Barra black belt, IBJJF commentator, and active competitor - Budo Jake, teaches the intricacies of this often overlooked submission. Jake shows not only how to do the wrist locks, but more importantly - when. There are specific times when wrist locks can effectively be executed.
Now Available in 2 Languages: English & Japanese
Wrist locks are an extremely valuable asset that everyone should invest time in learning. Whether to finish, distract, or aid in securing a secondary finish hold, they will boost your submission game. I can’t wait to see what Budo Jake has up his sleeve, or not :) to benefit from! - Shawn Williams
About Budo Jake: Jake is a black belt under Carlos Gracie Jr and has travelled the globe training with many of the top athletes and instructors. His other instructional releases are "The Reverse Kimura" & "Going Upside Down".
- 1 Intro
- 2 Wrist stretches
- 3 Concepts for applying wrist locks in BJJ
From guard (bottom):
- 4 Gooseneck
- 5 Reverse gooseneck
- 6 Williams Guard wrist lock
- 7 Belt grip wrist lock
- 8 Heavy belt grip wrist lock
- 9 Americana to wrist lock
- 10 Triangle defense wrist lock
- 11 Omoplata to wrist lock
- 12 Omoplata roll wrist lock
From half guard top:
- 13 Underhook wrist lock
- 14 Dangling wrist lock
- 15 DHG counter wrist lock
*This is a virtual On Demand item, this is not a physical DVD.
**You can watch as many times as you want.
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