Thread: leg lock instructionals
11/07/2006 11:16am, #11Originally Posted by GIJoe6186
If you were paying attention, we just had a crappler come on before this thread and start asking how do leglocks. Notice, however, we (for the most part) didn't react to this guy in the same way at all.
11/07/2006 5:28pm, #12
- Join Date
- Apr 2005
- sydney, australia
- judo, karate, jap jj
ok maybe i took this the wrong way, someone looking for instructionals on whole set ups, escapes and counters is either
- learning from the instructor and wants supplementary material
- not learning from anyone and is going to get themselves hurt
if you are the first one (i suspect you are, now that i am not assuming stupid stuff)
- erik paulson
- bas rutten
for basic setups and application, i cant help you with the more advanced stuff because i have never looked for it (i'm still learning the basics, i dont even do them in class because i'm not confident)
i forget the actual names of the dvd's but i can look them up if you are interested.
try asking johnnys or aseopian through PM's both of them offer great advice constantly on these boards & i'm sure they know better reference stuff than my noobish self
Last edited by roly; 11/07/2006 9:37pm at .
11/07/2006 6:25pm, #13
Roy Harris has a great Leglock tape/dvd that is an excellent starter. It covers all the holds, set-ups and finishes you'll need.
For kneebars alone, I cannot recommend highly enough Stephan Kestings Kneebar DVD. It's the most comprehensive DVD on leglocks I've seen. In fact, all of his DVDs that I've seen are excellent (omoplata, kneebars, drills and butterfly guard).
11/07/2006 7:40pm, #14
I keep meaning to pick up Kestings stuff. I've heard the same as Johnny says.
11/08/2006 12:58am, #15
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- May 2006
Well to clear this up I am a recently promoted blue belt just looking for some supplementary material because the BJJ info on leg attacks seems to be minimal at best so hopefully no crappling I even have some videos in the throwdown section to prove it!
The Igor one seems real pricey I think at first I am going to go with some of the less cost intensive videos. Is the roy harris one Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu 101 Vol 3 with roy harris? The eric Paulson one looks real good but expensive I will probably only be able to pick up one volume. The kesting one seems way to focused right now will pick that one up later though.
Does anyone know an online store to pick some of these up cheap or have them in stock because budovideos has some but is out of stock on others
11/08/2006 2:33am, #16
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- Mar 2006
- Long Island
Amazon has almost everything I would imagine.
11/08/2006 2:43am, #17"No. Listen to me because I know what I'm talking about here." -- Hannibal
11/09/2006 12:47pm, #18Originally Posted by youtube
11/09/2006 12:50pm, #19Originally Posted by JohnnyS
11/09/2006 5:04pm, #20
I'm eagerly awaiting Stephan Kestings new 1/2 guard DVD. I'm playing a lot of half-guard right now and don't feel like I have too many problems, but I always pick up new ideas from Kestings DVDs.
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