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  • on Mar 06, 2015
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In this video I show a really slick shoulder lock. This was shown to me by my instructor recently and I had never seen it. There are a couple of things that you need to focus on to make sure that it puts maximum pressure on the shoulder. First your hand must be threaded through onto your thigh that is on the same side as their head. Second, keep in mind that there will be a lot of pressure from the outside of your knee on their face. Although this is uncomfortable it should not cause anyone to tap from face smashing. Third, I want you to think of a "hip bump" rotation of the hips. This rotation is important in isolating the shoulder and rotating it. Lastly, make sure that your outside foot curls back towards the hips and that you push your body up and over their chest before you turn away in that hip bump motion. This will really isolate the shoulder before we rotate. Be careful while doing this move as most people have not seen it and they will not expect the should
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