Wrist Locks BJJ – Sneaky Submissions That Nobody Can Defened

The Gentle Art, as Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is referred to, is anything but gentle on the joints of the body. The smaller and more complicated the joint, the worse it’s going to fare in BJJ. These weaknesses of the human body are the sole focus of joint lock submissions in Jiu-Jitsu. The armbar, for example, is a brutal submission, done on a straight limb, that hyperextends the elbow joint. The Kimura, on the other hand, is a bent limb submission that tears the shoulder joint apart. Despite both of these being among the highest percentage submissions, their execution requires proper positioning and timing. While BJJ does emphasize control over snap submissions, getting a quick tap is sometimes exactly what is needed. In that sense, sneaky submissions are the best way to go. And, it doesn’t get much sneakier then wrist locks! Speaking Of Sneaky, Here Are … Continue reading Wrist Locks BJJ – Sneaky Submissions That Nobody Can Defened