The silverado is an arm crush and usually one of the last moves to go for when all the others have been blocked.
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Here is a tip on how to get the arm crush when someone has their arms in the genie position from spider web.
See our other video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZzMQI5QP8Qs on resisting opponent. A standard wrist lock escort technique. This has many names from goose neck to chicken wing.
Another application of the kotegaeshi-this time from a wrist grab (same side). Found in Aikido and Japanese Jujutsu.
Ari and Dan testing for their blue belts in BJJ under Pedro Sauer Black Belt Keith Owen. My respect goes out to all BJJ practitioners as well as my 10th Planet nogi warriors. Thank you for the support
The Nikajo wrist lock (known by many names in different styles) is a basic yet VERY painful submission. This video is a simple introduction to the lock. We will go into detail in a future video.
Daniel Kempling is a 5th degree black belt in aikido under Kazuo Chiba Sensei. Here Kempling Sensei shows the mechanics behing the rokkyo (arm lock) from a thrusting punch and the importance of "flinch
Lock flows are drills done in jiu jitsu (or other submission arts) that allow you to understand what to do when one submission attempt fails and what is the next submission you can do from that point.
The Nikajo wrist lock (known by many names in different styles) is a basic yet VERY painful submission from Japanese Jujutsu (Daito Ryu). This video is a simple introduction to the lock. This wrist lock