Wrist lock names?

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When you apply "eagle claw break with

- downward force, your opponent can raise his elbow to cancel your downward force. You have to change your downward force into horizontal force.
- horizontal force, your opponent can turn his body to cancel your horizontal force. You have to change your downward force into pulling force.

Depending on your opponent's respond, your locking force have to be able to change.


We do the same thing in North Star Aiki Jiu Jitsu except that it is called , cross wrist grasp second control with pull pin. It also has a punch to the ribs. A little more elaborate but very effective.
 

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We do the same thing in North Star Aiki Jiu Jitsu except that it is called , cross wrist grasp second control with pull pin. It also has a punch to the ribs. A little more elaborate but very effective.
In Nihon Goshin Aikido, it's the First Wrist Technique (or in some schools, First Wrist Lock or First Set Wrist Technique).
 
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