Learn what to do and what not to do when playing around with ankle breaking techniques.
Defending the ankle lock is a really simple way to get free sweeps and to discourage further attempts on your beautiful legs.
Nasty Ankle Lock setup from the guard, a great way to make your partners more vocal about their tap outs.
Check out this very unique and SINISTER ankle lock that will leave your opponents helpless and wriggling in agony, a great way to attack the footlock without the risk of losing those precious sweep points.
The Caio Terra foot lock(or the Canadian ankle depending on who you ask). An essential piece to your bottom No Gi game as there aren’t nearly as many attacks you can use from the guard in No Gi.
A crash course in defending heel hooks from a variety of positions such as 50/50, traditional outside heel hook, and the side saddle position.
Learn Keenan’s approach to getting and finishing the outside heel hook.
When you really want to rebel against the IBJJF – bring out the mega reap.
Keenan shows how to force the 50/50 guard and expose the heel to attack the inverted heel hook.
Learn more options from the 50/50, a position that’s often avoided.
More ways to enter the 50/50 guard as well as some additional details on finishing the inverted heel hook