There’s quite a number of nasty submissions in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu…
But the “100%” could triumph over a lot of them.
In Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, there is a thin line between a choke and a neck crank that people hardly notice. Even though cranking the neck is illegal in many competitions, a choke turned into a neck crank is not.
Under the rules of the IBJJF, spine-twisting submissions are illegal at all belt levels. It is important for a grappler to understand how to attack the neck safely without getting disqualified or, worse, injuring your opponents.
Neck cranks, especially when done with full force, can stress the neck and may lead to nagging injuries in the long run. In this article, we will talk about how to safely utilize the neck crank in BJJ.
Here’s how to finish the 100% technique, as shown by Jeremiah Vance:
Take A Trip To The 10th Planet With Jeremiah Vance’s Dead Orchard, Truck Position, & More No-Gi Grappling Offense You Can Use To Stun The Competition.
- Jeremiah Vance is a 10th Planet black belt who has been one of their most successful and exciting grapplers for years, and now he gives you insights into some of his best attacks.
- Use the dead orchard closed guard to attack the upper body with incredibly effective armlocks and Jeremiah’s Muddy Waters submission hold.