Wrist lock is perhaps the most underutilized and underestimated submissions in Grappling. There is no denying the effectiveness of the submission, along with the huge number of positions that it can be utilized from. Wrist locks are not only a powerful technique that will force a quick tap from your opponent, but it is also a low risk technique: meaning that when attempting it, you won’t lose any dominant top position if it doesn’t work.
In this video, 8th degree coral belt Marcio “Macarrao” Stambowky, a student of the legendary Rolls Gracie and also the father of Bellator fighter Neiman Gracie, shows 5 effective wrist locks from closed guard. Make sure you take the time to develop the proper mechanics of the wrist locks in a controlled and safe way, as the lock can come on very very quickly.
Bring Science To “Prison Rules Jiu-Jitsu” – Wristlocking Ace Pete “The Greek” Letsos Reveals How The Wristlock Can Be & Should Be Your Go To Submission: You Are Missing So Many Chances For Submissions.
- Attack one of the most vulnerable and available joint locks in the world with wrist locking master and guru Pete “The Greek” Lestos.
- The wrist lock is one of the most overlooked attacks in submission grappling, and with Pete The Greek, you can learn how to terrorize your gym with wrist locks from every angle.
Learn Marcelo Garcia’s Complete Butterfly Guard – You’ll Have An Unfair Advantage As You Successfully Attack Any Opponent (Large Or Small) -As He Has Proven Time After Time
- Get a total masterclass in the most successful butterfly guard of all time, as Marcelo Garcia teaches how to attack and defend from his favorite guard position.
- The 4-time ADCC Champion and 5-time IBJJF World Champion is one of the best Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu competitors ever, and he was known for using his incredible technique to beat world champions way bigger than him, sometimes as much as twice his size.