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    I fucked up my list they should be flipped.
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    Heel Hook -Most Adrenaline proof
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    Compressions - Least Adrenanline proof
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eddie Bravo View Post
    Except the heel hook with the knee knot aka crippler has got to be super adrenaline proof, right?
    The Heel Hook from the Cripper or Knee Knot is game ender, you're not hulkin out of that one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris Herzog View Post
    Im my opinion the strongest of the Straight Ankle locks is the Inverted Straight Ankle lock. I show one version here at the 6:22 Mark. This is very similar to the one that caused the compound fracture at GQ.
    Reilly is also advocating a very similar inverted straight (although a setup from top of open guard) in his latest download.

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    For leglocks, I highly recommend Scott Sonnon's relatively unknown DVD set "Mastering the Saddle". It takes a positional approach to leglocks by establishing a step-by-step "lower half game". Sonnon was obviously inspired by 10P when crafting this system (he gives all of the positions and subs interesting names that are easy to remember) , and it's obvious he has a deep respect for Eddie and his style. For me at least, the Saddle is like the Rubber Guard of lower half (it definitely feels like a guard, and more tight and reliable than 50/50), and it completely changed my game. Don't know why it has never really caught on as I've achieved great success with it personally.

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    Ive watched Mastering the Saddle. Its very well put together. This one is on my very very long project list as well. Trying to keep focused on two things but its so hard.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris Herzog View Post
    The Heel Hook from the Cripper or Knee Knot is game ender, you're not hulkin out of that one.
    Example, orchard locked the crippler in on that heel hook master. Shit is powerful

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    I haven't been using the crippler much but it's def in my mind.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris Herzog View Post
    We don't have a specfic name, just been using the generic knee crush, I've heard it calla Oliveira a few times.
    Everyone down here calls it the Oliviera. Its bread and butter for some of our guys.

    What is this Turkey Wrap?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris Herzog View Post
    We don't have a specfic name, just been using the generic knee crush, I've heard it calla Oliveira a few times.
    We just call it the Oliveira. I hit it all the time. Finished a guy at Gracie worlds last year with it. Its also a huge part of the bolo game so I find it more and more everyday

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