In Volume 2: Locks & Holds, a Kali lock-flow is introduced and discussed. Kali is synonymous with the terms for the Filipino Martial Arts Escrima or Arnis. It literally means "body motion". A Kali Lock-Flow is highlighted in the late Sifu Larry Hartsell's Jeet June Do: Counterattack Grappling Counters and Reversals (c. 1984).
The flow featured in this volume is a modified version of the one featured in Sifu Hartsell's book, but the concept is the same. The lock-flow is included here, because it is usually the next step towards neutralization once a subject has escaped or resisted attempts at Body Manipulations highlighted in Volume 1 of this series.
In a "situation", it is very important to hone the ability to flow with, or follow your opponent. A lock-flow goes from one lock, or wrench to the next, based on the energy that is given from your opponent as they try to escape, or negate your efforts. The ability to feel what your opponent is going to do next keeps you at least one step ahead of them. If the lock-flow shown in this video is trained diligently, and with the proper mind-set, you could be up to 3-6 moves ahead in your next confrontation with a non-compliant subject. This will give you an invaluable tactical edge for neutralizing a threat!
The Kali lock-flow has proven to be a very effective and efficient means of gaining control of a resistant subjects; keeping you always, at least, one move ahead of your opponent throughout an engagement. In this video, I will share roughly 20 different locks (give or take a few variations) that have worked for me in neutralizing dangerous situations or individuals throughout the years. I believe the tactics in this video will work for most anyone regardless of size, stature, or gender.