Roy Dean black belt Alan Shade shows you everything you need to know in this must have guide to the 411, the most powerful leg lock position in jiu jitsu today

  • Leg locks can be the equalizer
  • The 411 is the most popular leg lock position there is
  • Master the position everyone fears so much
  • This is your chance to develop a strong no gi game
  • Transform your game


The 411 Leg Lock Instructional with Alan Shade

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Roy Dean black belt Alan Shade shows you everything you need to know in this must have guide to the 411, the most powerful leg lock position in jiu jitsu today.

Over 20 years ago, Professor Roy Harris pioneered the use of foot locks in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, and taught it as a critical submission skill to his student, Roy Dean. Now Dean's black belt Alan Shade, motivated out of necessity by a broken jaw and a lengthy reconstruction, has delved deeply into the realm of controlling and submitting the lower body.

This extended study allowed him to place his own creative signature on the art, and now you too can learn the essential movements, entries, and technique combinations to revolutionize your leg lock game.

Complete as a stand alone guide, and a perfect compliment to the works of leg lock specialists John Danaher and Craig Jones, The 411 Leg Lock Instructional is a key resource for the modern jiu jitsu era.

Click here for a sample technique (Dismount to 411)

The 411: Opening Sequence

Meet Your Instructor: Alan Shade

What is the 411?

4 Concepts

Straight Ankle Lock

Clover Leaf

The Toe Hold

Kneebar from 411

Inside Heel Hook

Fishing Toe Hold

Toe Control

The Reaper

Reaper Control to Heel Hook

Overcoming A Simple Defense

Seated Imanari Roll

Hand Drag to Imanari

Standing Imanari Roll

Leg Drag to 411

Butterfly Guard to 411

Knee Slice to 411

Butterfly Sweep to 411

Rolling to 411

Single Leg X Entry

Reverse X to 411

X Guard to 411

Leg Scissors Entry

Single Leg to Kneebar

Dismount to 411

Inside Control Drill

Footlock Positional Flow Drill

Closing Credits