Yes, Leg Lock setups can be complicated. Really complicated, with multiple steps that have to be on spot if the submission is to work.
However, you can choose the setups that aren’t as “sophisticated” as these ones – and still get the tap without difficulties. For instance, by using the front helicopter kneebar.
Hey, you… Yes, you! How would you like to learn a really cool Leg Lock setup – one that will catch all of your training partners and opponents by complete surprise?
Well, if you’re eager to learn such a technique, then you’ll love the so-called Front Helicopter Kneebar. It’s not even a straightforward BJJ move, but it’s derived from catch wrestling.
The legendary Erik Paulson demonstrates this vicious technique on the video below:
Use Erik Paulson’s systematic approach to combination takedowns that ensure you are on top once the battle hits the floor.
- Dominate with tie-ups that keep your opponent off balance and unready to defend your offensive onslaught – once the fight hits the floor take control with crippling Catch Wrestling combos!