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If You Would Like To Discover How To Effortlessly Increase Your Gi Chokes By Ten-Fold Then Read This Short Story Below...

About 8 or 9 years ago I was down in Brazil training at a school called Nova Geracao (In the US the team also includes BJJ Revolution).

I was in my last week of preparation to compete at the Masters World Championships as a purple belt. Let's just say I was in tip top shape and cutting serious weight to make lightweight.

I am not sure if this will sound pretentious or not... ...but I was doing pretty darn well against everyone. I was well-prepared cardio-wise and my technique was on point. But....

There was one moment to this day I will NEVER forget.

There was this little scrawny  guy I was sparring with. Yea, he was a Black Belt but I wasn't worried at all because he looked like a complete wimp. So we bumped fists and sparring began. Right away I got to my feet, grabbed his pant-legs, lowered my head, and began to pass his guard like a machine.

But this time I was in for a rude awakening.

Before I knew it I was in a Gi choke gasping for what honestly felt like my dear life. I awoke a few seconds after having been not only humbled but dazed and confused. I had been caught in a nasty Gi choke.

I guess what they say is true, you aren't ever really prepared for the technique you don't see coming.

After that embarrassing yet revealing moment I remember spending a good half hour learning that particular choke from the same guy who caught me in it. I was obsessed, I also learned just about every other Gi choke trick he had in his arsenal. I learned how to set it up and every detail under the sun so I could take that and do the same to my opponents one day.

From that day forward I knew my Jiu Jitsu had changed forever. Prior to that experience I had honestly given up on chokes as being a real part of my arsenal. The most important thing I learned was that...

...The threat alone of a devastating choke game will always leave your opponents with anxiety.

What do I mean by this?  Well, like I had prior to this experience, I did not respect nor fear chokes. I just went in to pass my opponent's guard rather aggressively, believing that they would eventually succumb to the pressure and get tired.

But today I see passing the guard as a whole new ball game. When you pass the guard you have to be aware of everything, aware of your opponent's grips, aware of the distance they are giving, and aware of any surprises that may occur. And if you get stuck in a nasty situation, you need to understand how to come back out of it and start back from square one.

But that's just my point. MOST people are not aware of or do not fear the predicaments they may encounter from a dangerous guard before it is too late.

This is why you will be in the dangerous minority if you have a deadly choke game.

When people try and pass your guard and you choke them one time, they will have to adjust and adjusting is not an overnight thing. They will have to truly understand how to back out of passing situations and change the distance and sides accordingly.

Quite frankly, most people are not very skilled at this. Even if they are it still is not a guarantee they can avoid a good choke game.

And the anxiety that your opponents will now start to feel will be great because they will have to worry about passing your guard without getting caught up in your choke game.

Obviously having such a dangerous threat as precise chokes, will open up other doors to your guard. You will start to see other transitions that you did not know were even possible.

The best part is that it is easy to have what I call "bulletproof chokes."

Does this sound familiar?

Yes, of course, in class we are taught the basic chokes. But the game is ever-evolving and people easily see them coming and can avoid them, defend them, or simply back out.

The problem is that we know a lot of chokes, or we think we know a lot of chokes and how they work. But why aren't we hitting them on everyone, or if you are hitting them, why aren't you hitting them on good people?

Because they are easy to defend and easy to see coming.

But not anymore...

The course I put together called Bullet-Proof Chokes takes into account the common ways that we choke people but puts a different spin on them and uses more advanced and subtle set ups.

You'll learn much sharper and more precise ways to finish chokes (like insider details that mean the difference between chokes working and not working, the kind of stuff that actually works on a resisting opponent and not a dead fish).

And the adjustments I lay out for you are systematic and simple (as in I make them sticky so you can easily recall and remember them when training).

When someone closes the distance on you and tries to pass from the inside you will understand how they can and cannot pass and how to set them up without them even knowing you have them caught before it's too late.

Do you think this is something you can add to your game, stealth-like chokes?

Seriously?

You bet your ass it is!

Who would not want to have a dangerous choke game!

Now You Have No Excuse Not To Have A Deadly Choke Game. You Now Have A Dedicated 3-Hour System Specifically For People Who Don't Normally Hit A Lot Of Chokes. And I Made It So You Could Turn Into A Person Who Makes People Begin To Have "Choke Anxiety" When They Train With You.

Let's take a look at just a fraction of what you will learn in the Bullet-Proof Gi Chokes System...

bullet_icon  You'll learn a sneaky and subtle half-guard ezekiel choke from top position that I learned by watching a Carlson Gracie black belt (who I will leave nameless) spar another black belt during an intense training session. The set up was so slick I had to piece it together, actually took a private lesson, learned it, and I use it to this day. When you start hitting this people are going to be watching where your hands are at all the time. In fact, start using this choke they will be so focused on trying to fight your hands they will literally have no choice but to either give up the choke or give up the guard pass. Video 15

bullet_icon  Subtle secret to getting a basic overhand choke form the guard that will make even the strongest neck have to defend. This secret has nothing to do with grip-strength, it's about placement and set up. Grip-strength is not a pre-requisite for a bullet-proof choke game and you'll learn exactly why with this video. Video 22

bullet_icon  Three key reasons why most people have a hard time hitting loop chokes on skilled opponents and how you can use the loop choke on both side without having to move to the opposite side. This stuff is not some casually hack stuff. What you are gonna learn here is proven high-percentage stuff only taught on the inside. Video 25

bullet_icon   I bet you didn't know there was a specific way to hand fight for a choke. Winning this hand fight is paramount in many situations and can seriously alter the way your opponent engages with you. In my opinion (and more importantly from my 15 plus years experience) this video will give you a lightbulb moment that will completely change the way you see the choke game. Video 35

bullet_icon  Copy what is working and learn how to avoid what is not working. When you are seated in your guard you are vulnerable to an experienced guard passer who may smother you and drop their weight intelligently. Even if this is the case you will learn a choke that will either catch them or at minimum give you room to recover your guard. Video 26

bullet_icon  You'll learn a choke combination drill that I learned from studying one of the best choke artists in the game (Fernando "Margarida" Pontes). This series worked against some of the elite black belts who are today legends in the game. Here I give you a unique way to play this situation that will work on any belt level. Start using this and people will be begging you to teach it to them. Video 33

bullet_icon Plus much much more...

$208 (including Bonuses below)

$27 (one-time payment)

"The Ease Of Use Of The BulletProof Gi Chokes System."

The BulletProof Chokes System is about a 3 Hour Program that has been broken down into a carefully progressing choke set ups, transitions, drills, and finishes.  Each technique will be congruent with the previous technique.

"Hear what some of the best in the world say about Ken Primola"

Robson Moura

I remember when I got here from Brazil and I met Ken Primola. We became friends and Ken was a great training partner for me. Ken helped me out a lot for my tournaments.

Robson Moura, 8 X World Champion, Head of RMNU and Member of Nova Uniao
Felipe Costa

Ken was a fantastic student at the Brasa Academy in Rio. It’s awesome that someone with a  solid wrestling background is still willing to improve in other styles. Ken is definitely one of the better technicians I have met.

Felipe Costa, Adult Black Belt World Champion
David Avellan

Had an awesome training session with Ken. Ken tuned up my takedown game and made me that much more dangerous.

David Avellan, 4 x ADCC Competitor (has victories over Xande Ribeiro and Rener Gracie)

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Choke Transition Drills ($47 value)

This right here is going to connect the dots for you. This is the blueprint to success. Putting it altogether in a series of simple drills. I will show you my two best guard passes that turn into devastating chokes. I will also show you the famous Margarida choke series that will make you a killer on the mat.  You will have so many answers to submissions your teammates will be begging you to show them.

93 Guard Mastery ($47 value)

Where do I begin with this. Well, I guess I will have to name drop (But it ain't braggin, if it's true, right?). This guard was coined by 8 x world champion and living legend Robson Moura. He just happened to be my mentor and training partner for a long time. I trained with Robson a few years before he got super busy. I can tell you the secrets you will see in this video series you will have a very hard time finding anywhere else. You would have to do what I did and seek Robson out and train with him and ask him questions for about a year. Or the next best thing is to simply watch these techniques with a pen and notepad in hand.

Beast Grip Exercises ($47 value)

Don't get me wrong, the way I show you chokes and the secrets I reveal will actually make it so simple you can have a wimpy grip and still make each and every choke effortless. But if you want to step it up and get that forearm toughness that will allow you to have even better grips and grip endurance, then this video course is going to help you (as long as you actually do the exercises). This will no doubt put you a step ahead of your competition. And many of these exercises can be done with little to no equipment at all.

How much is it worth to you?

Now you pretty much have a complete system for the majority of the serious choke submissions out there where you once thought  were hopeless? Is it worth 27 bucks, about as much as a steak dinner? HellZ YES!

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I want you to feel secure that if you try this, watch the techniques, use them in class, and do the easy work, you'll be able to put together the choke game that you've always wanted.

That's the point: You are investing in this course because you are smart enough to know that knowledge is the most crucial aspect of technical growth.

And knowledge you will attain. But I also have a secure rock-solid guarantee.  Just in case you need a little more piece of mind.

Here's my guarantee: If you go through The BulletProof Choke System, and you don't think it's worth 10x your investment, I'll happily refund your money. Just send an email to [email protected]

I'm not trying to be Joe Billionaire here. My goal is to help take your Jiu Jitsu to the next level. And if I don't do that I don't want you paying a dime, no if ands or butts.

I can't think of a more fair and reasonable offer than that.

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