Lockflows are a great learning tool.
Every great musician needs to learn his scales before going into Jazz improv.Lockflows are your grappling scales.
This is part of a more elaborate lockflow.first we teach the core of it (what is shown here ) then we expand on it, adding various options along the way.
Hope you enjoy it.
I attack with a top wristlock
he defends by pushing behind my tricep
as he pushes my arm off I follow trough and drag my knee across his face
Keep a tight lock around his head with your knees and go for a double wrist lock
If he locks his hands,raise your right leg
Stretch out your left leg and go for a straight armbar
if he locks tight. Press down on his wrist pulling it in towards you and at the same time roll your closed fist on top of your forearm
a closer look at the squeeze lock.its very important to have your right forearm locked tight in the crook of his elbow
if he,s still locked tight.reach over and grab behind his left tricep with your left hand
pull him in and fall to your right side.At the same time kick your right leg out under him and make sure it goes behind his neck.cross your ankle and roll your knees in as you stretch your legs out for the choke.
feed your left hand inside of his right arm and post on the ground.twist back and go for a crooked head scissor.
crooked head scissor
go for a reverse sit out
as you get to head and arm position grab his wirst and pull up.Grab just above his knuckles and press down for a wrist lock.
grab behind his elbow and pull him up,trap his arn between your thighs
cross your left leg over his head
cross your right ankle over your left
sit back and go for a straight armlock