Jiu-Jitsu & Judo Submission Moves : Jiu-Jitsu & Judo Submission Moves: Elbow Locks

Jiu-Jitsu & Judo Submission Moves : Jiu-Jitsu & Judo Submission Moves: Elbow Locks


On behalf of Expert Village. I’m Major Perez
with Champion Martial Arts in Miami, Florida.
And today we will be teaching you Judo and
Jiu-Jitsu submission moves. O.k. The next
technique is going to be the elbow lock. My
assistant John, again is going to go down
to the guard position. I’m inside of his guard.
He’s going to bring his arm around, right
on the elbow. And coming under my arm pit.
From there he’s coming with the other hand,
underneath my arm pit. He’s going to switch
and pull me away. And turn his hips for control.
He’s stabbed my arm. And if I don’t tap out,
he will break my elbow. Again, he tries to
control one hand to fake me out. I think he’s
coming here. He switches and pivots with his
hips. Real lifetime.

16 thoughts on “Jiu-Jitsu & Judo Submission Moves : Jiu-Jitsu & Judo Submission Moves: Elbow Locks”

  1. It does work. I've alwys heard of it referred to as a "pressing arm lock". Probably a good idea to pin your opponent's wrist between your shoulder and chin, though, to lock it in place

  2. Agreed, accidents may happen in sparring but you should be taking every precaution to limit them. Hurting someone in a session is nothing to brag about, it shows lack of control or understanding.

  3. This move is a great set up. When I use to do grappling sparring either jiu jitsu or catchwrestling. This moves always work, good video.

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