Have you been dipping your toes into the leg lock scene? But whatever you do, you just can’t seem to position your opponent’s feet properly to secure the tap? 

Dealing with your opponent’s slippery eel-like legs is not only difficult but frustrating. You know the situation where you think you’re about to get the finish but instead you end up rolling like tumbleweed across the mat. We’re about to place these leg locking problems under the microscope and find the best fitting answers to your questions in Gannon’s latest course, Leg Locksmith.

This course will turn your sweaty arms into velcro and your legs into suction cups, ready to latch onto your opponent’s legs and lock in the most dangerous of positions. Not only that, but this leg locking guidebook also features how to connect leg locks together.


Target Audience

  • Leg locking enthusiasts
  • People who want to increase their no-gi submission rate
  • Grapplers who want to improve their no-gi game

Course curriculum

31 Lessons

Straight Ankle Lock



Heelhooks (Inside / Outside)

Common Leglock Connections


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Great course that cuts out the fat and really focuses in on the necessary details. Even as a brown belt I am pretty limited in my leg lock knowledge so this course was a great way to jump in without getting overwhelmed. Good stuff!

As a fresh purple belt, the time has come to not ignore legs any longer. With the brown strap looming in the future, I have to make micro adjustments (lol) now as to avoid the dreaded participation bronze IBJJF medals at the Master 1 level.

Thank you Gannon for the affordable, yet wildly informative course on ankle locks, toe holds, kneebahs, and heelhooks from the inside bukake made easy!

If leg spaghetti makes your brain hurt, buy this.

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What Will I Learn?

  • Breaking mechanics; straight ankle lock, kneebar, toehold and heelhook.
  • Key leg locking details
  • How to counter your opponents’ defensive reactions
  • Transitioning from one submission to the next
  • Terminating escape attempts

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