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A comprehensive method to learning tournament ready ankle locks from Pan-Am SAMBO champion and BJJ black belt​ Reilly Bodycomb, complete with his own competition examples and many more from other team Rdojo members.

One of the most common complaints about leg locks that you would classically hear is that they give up position. In rule sets like IBJJF where your opponent standing after you fall back can earn them sweep points, in SAMBO where if they stand the ground time ends, or in MMA where being hit after going for a leg lock is a real concern, this complaint is not unfounded. This new download is built entirely around tackling this issue, and learning how to keep the defender from ending up on top after you go for the ankle lock.

  • Understand the three ways defenders attempt to stand up, and how to take advantage of them.

  • Learn how to attack from the outside / low side position legal in IBJJF tournaments.

  • Develop functional reaping ankle locks for NAGA and other grappling rule sets.

  • Decode the inside or "cross body" ankle lock position.

  • Build a counter game for when your opponent succeeds at standing during your attack.

  • Learn how to attack the turtle with sneaky inside ankle locks.

  • Breakdown the intricacies of ankle lock "races" and how to win them.

  • Build a stable platform for defense and escape.

  • FORMAT: Eighteen MP4 videos in a Zip file

  • Run Time: 50 Minutes


Use this option if you are unsure of your computer's video capabilities, want to download straight to your device without messing with compressed folders, or prefer just having one big movie file.

Use this option if your computer can handle a higher quality video, and you enjoy having each chapter as separate files. If you are downloading this option to a mobile device, you will need an 'UnZip' app.

The download link will be sent to your email address. 

Reviews of Reilly Bodycomb's Instruction

"The value of this camp was ridiculously good... He doesn't hold back information and gives his best every time."

-Matt Little. BJJ Black Belt

"How much does the seminar actually change your mindset and future training? In that regard, this is one of the most valuable seminars I’ve ever been to."

-Matt Kirtley. BJJ Black Belt

"Overall, I HIGHLY recommend if you EVER have the opportunity to train with him, or to attend one of his seminars you MUST. "

-Mike Palladino. BJJ Black Belt

"If you're looking to expand your knowledge in grappling beyond the IBJJF rule set, I strongly recommend checking out Reilly Bodycomb's work."

-Emily Kwok. BJJ Black Belt

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