Oli Geddes – Footlock Mastery
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This is the result of several months of hard work, and many many hours of teaching this material in seminars throughout the world. The aim of this instructional is to give the viewer a complete game built around the footlock or straight ankle lock, a submission that is incredibly versatile and also legal at all levels of competition.
- Ankle Lock As Position
- Importance Of The Shell
- Ankle Lock Finshing Theory
- Ankle Lock Turning To The Knees Finish
- Turning To The Knees to Top Position
- Ankle Lock To Crossover To Leg Drag
- Advantages Of the Straight Ankle Lock
- Outside Hook Ankle Lock Theory And Basic Finish
- Outside Hook Ankle Lock Turning To The Knees
- 50/50 Theory And Use
- Breaking The Defensive 50/50 – Knee Push
- 50/50 Basic Ankle Lock Finish
- 50/50 Calf Crush
- 50/50 Reverse Grip Finish
- 50/50 Outside Leg Finish
- Standing Ankle Lock Control Theory
- Standing Ankle Lock Cross Sweep
- Standing Ankle Lock Double Ankle Sweep
- Standing Outside Hook Tripod Sweep
- Standing Outside Hook Overhead Sweep
- Overhook X Guard – Transition Theory
- Overhook X Guard – Angle Change To Ankle Lock Topple
- Overhook X Guard – Tripod Sweep
- Overhook X Guard – Waiter Sweep
- Overhook X Guard – Getting The Near Sleeve
- Overhook X Guard – Near Sleeve Single Leg Stand Up
- Overhook X Guard – Near Sleeve Overhead Sweep
- Overhook X Guard – Far Sleeve Drag Down Sweep
- Entering The Footlock From The Knees
- Entering The Footlock From Shin To Shin Guard
- Entering The Footlock From Half-Guard / 93 Guard
- Entering The Footlock From Spider Guard
- Entering The FootLock Leandro Lo Sweep From Spider Guard
- Entering The FootLock Basic Entry From Top
- Ankle Lock Defence – Moving To Top Position
- Ankle Lock Defence – The Scoot
- Standing Ankle Lock Defence – Back Step To Side
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