Here’s the thing. You could try and learn as many techniques as possible in Jiu-Jitsu – but you’ll never be able to learn them all. Not by a long shot. Especially when you take into consideration the many variations that a technique can have, depending on the circumstances.
So, it’d be a much wiser idea to learn “all” (or as many as possible) of the concepts and principles that you can instead. Because they will transfer to a wide array of techniques, across the spectrum.
John Danaher demonstrates one of those concepts. Wrists, as the first layer of defense.
Watch the explanation on the video below: