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BJJ Eastern Europe techniques: “The Serbian Foot lock”

We are going to be featuring regular techniques from various BJJ practitioners from the region.
 Here is the first one: “The Serbian foot lock”. I’m demonstrating the move that my training partner Zarko Vasilijevic came up with and he taps everyone with it. It’s a variation of the classic straight foot lock but here you use your outer leg as a hook, and you push off with your inner leg. The detail is to push off with your feet. The opponent’s is trapped and is not used to being stuck in that unusual position. The pressure on the heel is tremendous. Try it and tell me what you think. OSS!

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