From Lister Apps:
Dean Lister's first Android App, containing Footlock and Leglock submissions featured in his video series "Dean Lister's Real World Submissions VOLUME ONE - REAL WORLD SUBMISSIONS". Dean shows - Slick entries into the Footlock- Details for Securing and Finishing the Footlock- Footlock drills- Kneebar - Entry from the top position- Kneebar - Common mistakes to avoid Visit www.listerapps.com for more upcoming apps from Dean Lister. Stay tuned for additional Apps coming out for Armlocks, Sweeps, Chokes, and More. Dean Lister's Grappling credentials: ADCC World Submission Wrestling ChampionshipsADCC 2011. 99 kg: 1st PlaceADCC 2005 Superfight championship: Defeated Jean Jacques Machado. ADCC 2003 88. 98 kg: Quarter finals Openweight: 1st PlaceADCC 2002 North American Trials -99 kg: 1st PlaceRecord of opponents: Won: Jean Jacques Machado (pts), Iiir Latifi (pts), Nathan Marquardt (sub), Saulo Ribeiro (sub), Marcio 'Pe De Pano' Cruz (pts), Alexandre Ferreira 'Cacareco' (sub), Masutatsu Yano (sub), Augusto Vieira, Radek Turek (sub), Rodolfo Vieira (sub), Joao Assis (sub) Lost: Xande Ribeiro (pts), Ricardo Almeida (pts), Vinny Magalhaes (pts) Misc: Two-time national (US) sambo champion. Four-time Machado National (US) BJJ championNational (US) Gracie BJJ champion. APPS NOTES: No Network connection necessary after App is installed- No Ads displayed- No User Data collected. Nothing more to purchase, everything included in this one app. DISCLAIMER: CONSULT AN EXPERIENCED INSTRUCTOR AND/OR PHYSICIAN BEFORE USE. BE RESPONSIBLE AND USE CAUTION. The techniques in these videos are to be usedat your own risk. We cannot assume liability for their use. These videos assume you have previous grappling experience. Apply these techniques slowly with consideration and respectto your training partners. Submissions have the ability to greatly injure or sometimes kill, so use techniques under guidance from experienced instructors. Although some submissions such as armlocks will cause pain before damage, other techniques such as kneebars and heelhooks will result in bodily damage before the onset of pain. Thus do not apply too much force in their use. CONSULT AN EXPERIENCED INSTRUCTOR AND/OR PHYSICIAN BEFORE USE.