Leglock when you are mounted - how do you do it?

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  1. TommyHearns

    TommyHearns Yellow Belt

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    I searched very hard i couldnt find. I saw some guy in the ufc cant remember who, he was mounted, and he put his right leg over his opponents left leg and did a leglock from there. How do you do this exactly and what is the technique?
     
  2. There are a few. You need to be stronger than your opponent or flexible. One of the two. I pull off moves like this, and it takes flexibility. You flexible?
     
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    I often get them while knee-elbow escaping (shrimping). Once you get one hip out, you can isolate you opp's leg on the opposite side and move into an achilles lock or heel hook.
     
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    I am much weaker than my opponent but yes i am flexible. Could a really flexible 110lb girl do it on a ripped 200lbs man?
     
  5. if its a heel hook and she knows what shes doing, then yes.

    The one I use is lift your foot, bring it to your same side hand, and thread it between his leg and armpit (that big space in the middle) from there, shuck out to the side you just threaded and arch your back. Bam heel hook position. Thats the way I do it, if you dont understand, or i said it crapily, let me know, I will try better.
     
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    Thank you for the info Dominic, however i have two questions:

    1. What does my other leg do, that is if im doing this with my right leg between his leg and armpit, what does my left leg do?
    2. By shucking out do you mean shrimping out?
     
  7. yeah i ment shrimping, dont know how a used the word shucking. But you shrimp out to the side. The leg not on his stomach you bring the knee up to your chest, and squeeze his leg between your. This make sense?
     
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    If You are a 110 pd girl vs a 200 ripped guy in a real fight n is mounted u will grab something else, esp u will not need2 worry bout code of honor. The HH sub described may work, But usually, It does require you to topple him to lock the HH, but when hes 2x ya weight thats tough.
     
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    I heard of this move before but never seen it done.
     
  11. You dont need to topple them, you just need to lift their leg up enough to be able to shrimp underneath it, and thats easy. As for having never seen the move jadizm, how long have you been training and do you have flexible guys at your gym? This is one of my money moves, but i go for the ankle lock cause Im a nice guy. ;)
     
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    It's an anklelock. You can change it to a heel hook and there's even a few catch submissions from that position you can try go for... I really should put them up sometime over on the site but I can already hear cries of "It'll never work" "That's impossible" etc
     
  14. elbow escape into side guard, throw your leg thats between his legs around in front of him and that should make him into the regular leglock position for heel hooks or achillies locks.

    also from half guard, you can go for a knee bar once you stablize your position, push him away with your hands and then shoot up and catch that leg in a kneebar. lock it as you both fall down.

    from half guard you can go like the first move i said and instead of stopping with the achillies as he falls you can throw your leg all the way over his to bent his knee and end in a step over toe hold position for whatever you want.

    from knee on belly you can shove their knee into half guard and go from here or you can push his hips with both hands, slide your leg thats kinda between his (nearest to his none kneeing leg) to his leg and block his foot. he'll fall back a bit and you have a bas rutten inverted heel hook. they will not know to tap and this is a bit worse than a regular heel took because you cannt twist escape or heel off the bicept. this is hwy it's preferable to a reg heel hook.
     
  15. this is the throwing the leg over i was talking about, ie for the step over toe hold.

    if you're not crazy flexible, its easier fromhalf guard. :p
     
  16. IMP

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    hm, if you arent that flexible, is it possible to set that move up by
    - pulling down opposite arm
    - bridge to make him fall a bit to the side
    - swivel outside
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    gotta try it...
    but we only do gi grappling and usually nobody postures up like that.
     
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    Im trying his alot while rolling but usually my leg gets crushed by my opponents between their leg and body
     

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