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"Here Are Some Of The Sneaky And Slick Submissions You'll Learn Inside The Submission Machine eBook"
Here's a sample of what you'll learn:
- If you've tried to open up guys from the mount who were just stiff as a board, then you MUST use this little trick to open up even the tightest defenses (like I'm talking chin down & elbows tight) - Book 1, pg. 9
- The Bump can be a pain in the neck when you are attacking from mount, because when you are in a good spot ready to get the choke is when you often get bumped over or lose position. This choke and set up was actually picked up at a seminar many years ago and is so simple and effective that you can catch anyone with it even if they are doing everything "right" to stop you. Book 1, pg. 17
- How to set up a mount choke that will surprise your opponent when they are blocking heavily with their chin. When you start implementing this you will see that you can use it from chokes in your guard game as well. It's simple and effective, the kind of techniques we all love and your opponent will hate. Book 1, pg. 6
- 200 Pages of Gi & and 100 Pages of No Gi. You can read the whole book in an hour. Or simply read a snippet each day.
- You'll easily master a simple way to position your foot that will make it nearly impossible for your opponent top escape your arm bar once you have it locked on. It will also make it twice as easy to put it on when they know it's coming. This detail will put you a step ahead basically. Book 2, pg. 5
- Discover a unique way to choke your opponent quickly while they are trying to escape form your knee on belly position. This is a deadly mistake that most BJJ practitioners make that you will now be able to take advantage of. Book 2, pg. 8
- I've been to many seminars and trained at many schools all over the world, this little detail for finishing the baseball choke has made all the difference and I have not seen it elsewhere. Book 2, pg. 19
- The "right" way to step over when attacking from side position to attack the far side arm without losing your position and dramatically upping your chance of submission. Book 3, pg. 8
- What to do when your opponent clams up on you from side position that will totally surprise them and having them say to themselves "WTF just happened". Book 3, pg.3
- The easiest way to attack from the back when your opponent is controlling your choking arm. It doesn't matter who strong they are or how good their grip is, they cannot stop this and most will not even see it coming. Book 4, pg. 9
- You'll learn a highly simple yet effective way to get an arm in ezekiel from the back that I have used in black belt adult competition against a larger and stronger opponent for the submission. I never could finish this choke before I put these details into place and when you start using them you will see how easy it is to get this choke on virtually anyone. Book 4, pg.18
- A simple way to take advantage of and get a nasty submission when your opponent is pushing you off of them from the side position.They actually shoot themselves in the foot when they do this (and most people naturally end up doing this, so it works perfect for your submission). Book 4, pg. 27
- How to take advantage of a HUGE mistake (actually very common too) that people make when breaking your guard that will lead to a simple armlock. Book 5, pg. 10
- A smooth way to pass the sitting guard that leads to a slick choke (this was taught to me by 8 x world champion Robson Moura and trust me, it works). Book 5, pg. 20
- The right way and the wrong way to set up a rolling loop choke (majority of people have no idea how easy it is to set this up). Book 5, pg. 24
- My absolute favorite way to get a cross choke from the open guard that will simultaneously open up your guard and make people have to always pass from a distance instead of risking coming inside your guard (also super easy to transition and get from mount). Book 5, pg. 27
- A sure-fire way to set up your opponent from the mount using your knee to trap their arm that will make all the difference in their ability to resist it (it's subtle & slick). Book 6, pg. 16
- How to use your opponent's mount escape to set up a smooth triangle that they won't see until it's too late and they're in too deep. Book 6, pg. 21
- A simple step-by-step method to smoothly and comfortably set up and finish the clock choke ( a choke generally hard to get on good guys now-a-days but this detail will make it plug & play). Book 6, pg. 24
- Carlson Gracie Style sweep to an armlock that is pretty painful and surprising. This move will cause a lot of people to tap out loud so be careful it comes on quickly. Book 7, pg. 3
- The secret to setting up and controlling the overbook from the closed guard. Exactly how high level competitors set up multiple attack options on elite black belts. Book 7, pg. 6
- The specific way to drag from the bottom that leads to a nasty choke (Hint: It's NOT the choke you think). Book 8, pg. 2
- How to beat the De La Riva Guard by setting up a leg lock on the near leg (the far leg is more common but this way is actually way more simple and very surprising). Book 8, pg. 17
- You'll learn how to not only stop the head and arm choke, but actually get a submission off of it that that they won't see coming. Book 8, pg. 42
- Set up this guillotine from side when your opponent tries to turn into you. They'll ask you who you did that after I'm sure of it. Very high percentage submission. Book 9, pg. 13
- Counter an ankle lock and turn it into your own leg lock that they will actually help you get (they will do this naturally and unbeknownst to them they are setting themselves up). Book 10, pg. 6
- Break the closed guard and quickly get a nasty heel hook that has little chance of being countered. Book 10, pg. 10
- Plus much more...
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"Still Not Convinced? Hear what some of the best in the world say about Ken Primola"
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
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
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)