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Today let look at chaining two attacks together.

This combination works very well if you pay attention to the small details. Both the heel hook and the hip lock work because you’re killing (pinning) there legs, both legs.

==>Heel Hook to Hip Lock<==

Now the heel hook isn’t really new, this has been out there for some time. The hip lock isn’t really new either but few people use it. When these attacks are combined they provide a nice one, two attack. Most people will see the heel hook coming and defend it but when you switch to the hip lock while keeping them pinned, unless they have really good hips your likely to get the tap.

Try it out next time you roll and see if it will work for you!

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Jamie Rickard (Sensei)
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