All of the techniques in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu are dangerous ones, albeit in varying degrees. For example, if you don’t tap to a Wrist Lock, you’ll get your wrist broken. But if you don’t tap to a Heel Hook, well, say goodbye to your foot, knee, and hip even…
And you don’t want to know what happens if you don’t tap to the Hume Stack Nelson. Arguably one of the most vicious BJJ techniques in existance.
Here’s how to do it, as explained by Josh Barnett. Just be careful while at it:
Legendary MMA Heavyweight Josh Barnett teaches his catch wrestling principles and concepts for the dynamic double wrist lock.
- The double wrist lock is a kimura variation, that you can supercharge with these catch-as-catch-can secrets that have been passed down to Josh – learn this new style of grappling excellence: see all the catch details for getting the lock, controlling the position, and using it to get the submission in this total technical approach.