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Wrist Lock The World: No Gi by Pete Letsos

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Designed For All Levels - Whether you’re a beginner or an advanced fighter, this course will change your game.
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Pete The Greek Is BACK! This time with even more wrist locking carnage that comes on fast and can be found everywhere.

  • Your opponent will second guess every decision when they fear wrist locks around every corner.
  • No need to overhaul your game, just add a little spice to your favorite positions!
  • Learn closed guard variations, reactionary wrist locks, and more….NO GI ready!
  • If you struggle to land consistent submissions, wrist locks can be a solution to that problem.

Course Content

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Volume 1

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Intro 0 - 1:02
Side Control wrist locks Far Side 1:02 - 5:04
Near side with far side option and guard pass 5:04 - 9:39
Cross arm Wrist lock with Americana option 9:39 - 13:07
Americana Wrist Lock 13:07 - 15:48
Kesa Gatame wrist lock 15:48 - 18:57
Shallow Underhook Wristlock 18:57 - 22:51
Deep Underhook wristlock with Backtake option 22:51 - 25:29
Unholy Trinity Wristlock 25:29 - 30:28
Knee on Belly Wrist Lock 30:28 - 34:10
Knee on Belly to Knee on Neck Wrist Lock 34:10 - 37:50

Volume 2

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Wrist Lock from Guard Pass 0 - 3:14
Wrist when Opponent rolls away 3:14 - 6:22
Wrist when Opponent rolls away variation 6:22 - 9:35
Americana to Gift Wrap Wrist Lock 9:35 - 12:59
Gift Wrap wrist lock from Kesa gatame 12:59 - 16:01
Kesa Gatame variation 16:01 - 19:15
Half Guard wrist lock 19:15 - 22:29
Closed Guard wrist lock 22:29 - 25:45
Closed Guard Variation 25:45 - 31:32
Closed Guard variation 2 31:32 - 35:01
Closed Guard variation 3 35:01 - 37:26

Volume 3

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Wrist Lock From Back Take 0 - 3:36
Lift Load Wrist Lock 3:36 - 7:52
Defending Americana with Wristlock 7:52 - 10:23
Unsuspecting Wristlocks 10:23 - 11:18
Defending Backtake with Wristlock 11:18 - 14:26

Pete The Greek Is BACK! This time with even more wrist locking carnage that comes on fast and can be found everywhere.

Your opponent will second guess every decision when they fear wrist locks around every corner.


What Will You Learn?

Landing submissions can be one of the most difficult aspects of Jiu-Jitsu, especially when you take off the Gi. When you lose grips and controls securing that finish can be even more difficult. Wrist locks can be a solid addition to your submission arsenal. Wrist Lock The World Vol. 2 builds upon the foundations laid by the first edition and Pete Letsos gives you a game and a shift in perspective about the power of the mighty wrist lock.

Wrist locks were once scoffed at as gimmicky throw away techniques, but times have changed! Now wrist locks can be a great equalizer that adds a different dimension to Jiu-Jitsu’s most common positions. Pete covers a wide array of tactics in this 3 part series. One major theme is exploiting common escapes and reactions and turning them into quick-tapping wrist locks. For instance Part 1 covers various escapes MOST Jiu-Jitsu use. Frames that were once used to escape are now turned into wrist lock fodder, with Wrist Lock The World Vol. 2.

Part 2 starts off with reactionary wrist locks that take advantage of situations that occur mid-transition. When you pass someone's guard what’s one of the most common reactions? To frame on you! Pete shows you how to transition from guard pass to wrist smash in the blink of an eye. No flashy techniques that require you to be a supreme athlete. Just add a little fiendish wrist-lockery to your game and your opponent will go from framing to tapping.

Part 2 continues with multiple closed guard variations of wrist lock. Being able to turn the tides while off your back is one of Jiu-Jitsu's trademarks. Pete shows you multiple counter wrist locks, and proactive approaches to snagging the lock and once again securing the finish. Add wrist locks to your closed guard arsenal, and your opponent will have a hard time passing! This keeps your approach submission oriented and not reliant on guard retention.

Part 3 travels into unexpected territory by showing you ways to wrist lock your way from a bad position! Pete The Greek even has a method to defend the Americana by returning fire with…..you guessed it, a wrist lock! To wrap things up he covers even more unexpected wrist locks to keep your opponent guessing!

If you are looking for something that will add another dimension to your game, Wrist Lock The World Vol. 2 is for you. Pete ‘The Greek’ Letsos gives you the game plan to continuously threaten your opponent with wrist locks from everywhere!

So, What Exactly Do You Get?

Part 1:

  • Intro
  • Side Control wrist locks Far Side 
  • Near side with far side option and guard pass 
  • Cross arm Wrist lock with Americana option 
  • Americana Wrist Lock 
  • Kesa Gatame wrist lock 
  • Shallow Underhook Wristlock
  • Deep Underhook wristlock with Backtake option 
  • Unholy Trinity Wristlock 
  • Knee on Belly Wrist Lock 
  • Knee on Belly to Knee on Neck Wrist Lock 

Part 2:

  • Wrist Lock from Guard Pass
  • Wrist when Opponent rolls away
  • Wrist when Opponent rolls away variation
  • Americana to Gift Wrap Wrist Lock 
  • Gift Wrap wrist lock from Kesa gatame 
  • Kesa Gatame variation 
  • Half Guard wrist lock 
  • Closed Guard wrist lock
  • Closed Guard Variation
  • Closed Guard variation 2 
  • Closed Guard variation 3 

Part 3:

  • Wrist Lock From Back Take
  • Lift Load Wrist Lock 
  • Defending Americana with Wristlock 
  • Unsuspecting Wristlocks 
  • Defending Backtake with Wristlock 

So, What Does It All Cost?

$77

 

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