Double Olympic Champion Kayla Harrison reveals her most effective Newaza technique - Juji gatame - across nine brilliant videos, exclusively on Superstar Judo.
She is joined by eight of world judo's groundwork experts, all of whom coach some of the most successful armlocks ever seen in top level competition.
Don't miss Gordon's Juji gatame into Osaekomi, Burton's transition from standing, Bischof's Ashi Sankaku garami and some great variations from Adams.
Euan Burton and Gemma Gibbons show the principles of transition by setting up a Ne waza situation from standing.
Double Olympic and World Champion Kayla Harrison introduces her Juji gatame.
Kayla Harrison reveals the catch for her Juji gatame.
Superstar Kayla Harrison shows the roll for her Juji gatame.
Kayla takes you through the tips to completing her Juji gatame.
Kayla Harrison introduces the Juji gatame that opens up following her Shime waza roll.
Harrison reveals all the stages to her Juji gatame from the Shime waza roll.
Kayla reveals another variation of Juji that results from her Shime waza roll set-up, this time the opponent manages to stay on their front.
Take a look at some examples of Kayla Harrison using her Juji gatame variations in competition.
Winston introduces his version of this popular arm lock.
A detailed look at how to control the start of transition into Juji gatame.
Gordon demonstrates the roll into Juji gatame.
Winston shows how to execute his Juji gatame.
Gordon shows how he employs Osae komi in order to secure the arm lock.
Gordon shows the details of how to secure Juji ashi gatame.
Winston highlights the common mistakes made when transitioning between Juju gatame and Osae komi.
Watch the important details of how to transition back to Juji gatame from the Oase komi.
Olympic Champion Ole Bischof shows his deadly version of Juji gatame. This video is part 1 of 4.
Olympic Champion Ole Bischof shows the grips, catch of the arm and head push for his deadly version of Juji gatame.
Olympic Champion Ole Bischof shows the step over and execution for his deadly version of Juji gatame. This video is part 3 of 4.
Olympic Champion Ole Bischof shows a variation from off his back for his deadly Juji gatame. This video is part 4 of 4.
If opponent's tried to prevent his Juji gatame off the back Bischof had a very effective alternative armlock!
Former World and European Champion Craig Fallon shows his armlock variation of his Ne-waza roll.
Here Burton shows a lightening fast armlock that comes from his Sumi gaeshi grip.