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.
One of a series of clips where Neil Adams breaks down Juji gatame. Here he demonstrates how to straighten the arm
In this clip Neil Adams demonstrates Juji gatame and how to get into the lock. He then breaks it down step by step
In this clip Neil Adams demonstrates switching from Juji gatame to the English hold and then breaks it down step by step
One of a series of clips where Neil Adams breaks down Juji gatame. Here he demonstrates how to perform it facedown
In this clip Neil Adams demonstrates various methods to escape Juji gatame
In this clip Neil Adams demonstrates Juji gatame from a San gaku position and then breaks it down
Former World Champion Neil Adams has a look at one of Euan Burton's unusual transitions into Juji gatame.
Former British World Champion Neil Adams analyses two different types of flying armlock used by two of Brazil's best judoka in the 2015 Tokyo Grand Slam.
Kireeva (RUS), from a dangerous position on her back, achieves the Juji gatame against Tanaka (JPN) in the Semi final of the Ekaterinburg Grand Slam 2018
Former World Champion Neil Adams analyses Seungsu Lee’s (KOR) solution for finishing the Juji gatame when the opponent has tried to escape and you have almost lost control.
Former World Champion Neil Adams analyses whether an armlock from Dimitri Peters (GER) in the final of the 2016 Dusseldorf Grand Prix should be given Ippon or not.
Former World Champion Neil Adams analyses Shori Hamad's (JPN) swift Kansetsu waza from the Final of the 2017 Zagreb Grand Prix.