Hapkido Wrist Lock - Inner Wrist or Vertical Wrist

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Wiki Revision Date - 08 Nov 2014 15:45

Hapkido Wrist Lock - Inner Wrist or Vertical Wrist

This page provides details on Hapkido "Inner Wrist Locks". These joint locks force the palm of the hand to bend towards the outside of the elbow. Moreover, the opponent's arm is locked in a straight position.

For information on other joint lock techniques, please visit the main Hapkido Joint Locks section.

Hapkido Wrist Lock - Inner Wrist or Vertical Wrist

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  1. Hapkido Worldwide Hapkido, Wrist Lock and Arm Bar, http://youtu.be/kUdxBOE2B_4, Added - 11/08/14

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