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Wrist locks may be one of the most powerful submissions that you can use.  The wrist is filled with tiny bones and does not have much muscle mass surrounding it.  You can break the wrist in so many different directions.  The wrist lock is also one of the most underutilized submissions in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu.  Check out our article “Level the playing field, attack the wrist” for some basic knowledge on wrist locks. Today, we are discussing the wrist lock from other submissions.  For example, using a wrist lock from the arm bar or triangle position.  The wrist lock is...

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Wrist locks are one of the most underutilized submissions in bjj today.  Many people often overlook the effectiveness of the wrist lock.  More traditional submissions like the arm bar, The triangle choke, and other popular submissions are often taught far more than the wrist lock.  There may be a wrist lock revolution coming though, much like the leg lock revolution we see today.  Many people neglected leg locks until submission only became so popular and now everyone wants to learn leg locks. Why would people start to learn wrist locks?  Well, because they are not popular among bjj practitioners.  Here...

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Do you practice wrist locks?  If you are a smaller or more inexperienced guy, learning wrist locks may be worth your time.  Wrist locks can level the playing field with bigger opponents or higher-level opponents.  They are one of the most underrated submissions in bjj.  Although some people have executed wrist locks at the highest levels of competition, they often go unnoticed. Some world-famous wrist locks include when Rafa Mendes utilized wrist locks in the 2016 black belt world championships, and Matheus Diniz who infamously submitted one of the most resilient opponent’s in bjj today, Garry Tonon with a wrist...

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One of the most underrated submissions in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu is the wrist lock.  It is not commonly taught, and severely underutilized.  If you put time into learning this incredible submission you will find that the wrist lock presents itself from so many positions. Wrist locks are extremely versatile; they can be used in gi, nogi, from guard, passing, and several other positions.  Wrist locks are sneaky, simple, and effective. So many people don’t see them coming and they come on extremely fast. Sneaky Benefits of Wrist Locks One of the best benefits of the wrist lock is that it...

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bjj, Claudio Calasans, Closed Guard, jiu jitsu, Self-Defense Jiu Jitsu, Wrist Lock, Wrist Locks, Wrist Locks From Guard -

Submitting your opponent is one of the most important and difficult parts of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu.  Learning submissions is also one of the fun parts of bjj.  One of the most underrated submissions is the wrist lock.  The wrist lock is not very popular in the Jiu Jitsu community. The wrist lock, if properly applied, is one of the best submissions you can learn for gi, nogi, or self-defense.  It allows you to use a massive amount of leverage against a small part of someone’s body.  Therefore, the wrist lock is a good technique for smaller guys to learn for...

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