The Bonebreaker Joint Attack System
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The Ultimate Joint-Attack System!
Welcome to the BoneBreaker Instructional – No Limbs left Behind!
The phenomenal new submission system created and conceived through the eyes of BJJ black belt and BJJAfter40 founder Mike “Spider Ninja” Bidwell.
Featuring over 4 hours of the most progressive and creative grappling submissions ever seen.
This video series is a companion piece to the HeadHunter Choking system. While Headhunter is a complete strangulation system, BoneBreaker dives deep into the world of joint-locks and limb-manipulations.
You’re going to ‘lose your mind’ on the wrist locks alone!
- Featuring world-class, detailed instruction with multiple angles and close ups to make you feel like you’re right in the action!
- We tackle everything in this video filled with tons of never before seen wrist locks, high percentage arm and leg attacks and more!
- Each body part we cover comes with a review video that works as the perfect study tool for when you’re ‘on the go’ and you want to hit some mental reps! It’s conveniently available as a DVD set or digital download that can be viewed anywhere!
- Tons of Gi & No Gi moves – almost everything is translatable to submission grappling and BJJ
- Enjoy clear, concise easy-to-follow instruction – Perfect for all levels. Includes the fundamentals of each attack plus advanced set-ups and details.
The BoneBreaker Instructional Chapters:
Chapter 1 – Welcome to the BoneBreaker / BoneBreaker Teaser
Chapter 2 – Americana Foundations
Chapter 3 – Americana Side Control set up
Chapter 4 – Bicep Slicer from americana
Chapter 5 – Bicep Slicer from kimura
Chapter 6 – Bicep Slicer handcuﬀ series
Chapter 7 – Ude Garami basics & counters
Chapter 8 – Ude Garami from north south
Chapter 9 – Kimura from mount
Chapter 10 – Modiﬁed Ude Garami from guard
Chapter 11 – Modiﬁed Ude Garami from mount
Chapter 12 – Juji Gatami (cross arm lock) from mount
Chapter 13 – Juji Gatami from Guard with counters
Chapter 14 – Side Control Arm Bar series (2 parts)
Chapter 15 – Twisted Sister Arm Bar
Chapter 16 – When Turtles Attack!
Chapter 17 – Turtle Review sequence
Chapter 18 – Omoplata framework
Chapter 19 – Omoplata from Mount
Chapter 20 – Omoplata Variations from guard
Chapter 21 – Omoplata Full Review sequence
Chapter 22 – Tekubi Waza (wrist) & side control attacks!
Chapter 23 – Tekubi Waza (wrist) Attacks from mount
Chapter 24 – Tekubi Waza (wrist) Attacks from the back
Chapter 25 – Tekubi Waza (wrist) Attacks from the arm bar
Chapter 26 – Tekubi Waza (wrist) Attacks from kimura
Chapter 27 – Tekubi Waza (wrist) Attacks while mounted
Chapter 28 – Tekubi Waza (wrist) Attacks from within the guard
Chapter 29 – Ezekiel wrist lock counter
Chapter 30 – Wrist Bliss! Full Tekubi Waza review sequence
Chapter 31 – Ashi-Garami (leg) Guard Foundations
Chapter 32 – Imanari & Open Guard Leg attacks!
Chapter 33 – Calf Slicer from the half guard
Chapter 34 – Ashi-Garami (leg) full review sequence
What is Martial arts ?
Martial arts are codified systems and traditions of combat practiced for a number of reasons such as self-defense; military and law enforcement applications; competition; physical, mental, and spiritual development; entertainment; and the preservation of a nation’s intangible cultural heritage.
Although the term martial art has become associated with the fighting arts of East Asia, it originally referred to the combat systems of Europe as early as the 1550s. The term is derived from Latin and means “arts of Mars”, the Roman god of war. Some authors have argued that fighting arts or fighting systems would be more appropriate on the basis that many martial arts were never “martial” in the sense of being used or created by professional warriors.
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