Henry Akins Hidden Jiu Jitsu - Soul Stealer Sneak Peak!

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How to set up the Soul Stealer from the knees - the position that doesn't exist in a fight, but somehow we all start from in class...
Here's something interesting... 

Go look on YouTube for any street fight, or BJJ breakdown video, and you'll never find a fight starting from the knees. 

Not in self-defense scenarios. 

And not in MMA. 

Yet this is where most people start from in BJJ class. 

So one useful thing to know is: how to train from the knees in a way that benefits your stand-up / take down game. 

This is one of those ways. 

It's also a beautiful set up for scarf hold a.k.a. the Soul Stealer. 

And this is just ONE of the 44 videos already recorded for the course. 


Here's a list of the rest of the Soul Stealer course, so you can see it really does cover everything you will need to know to Steal Souls left and right: 
  • Introduction
  •  Entry into Scarf Hold from Cross Side Escape
  •  Entry to Scarf Hold from Cross Side Head and Arm Control
  •  Entry into Scarf Hold from Cross Side Elbow Pluck
  •  Entry into Scarf Hold from the Mount Position
  •  Entry into Scarf Hold from the Mount Position - Outtake
  •  Entry into Scarf Hold from Top Half Guard
  •  Entry into Scarf Hold from Top Half-Guard - Outtake
  •  Entry into Scarf Hold from the Knees - Stepping Across for the Takedown
  •  Entry into Scarf Hold from the Knees - Grabbing the Head and Sliding into Position
  •  The Dan Hart Reversal from the Bottom of Cross Side
  •  The Dan Hart Reversal from the Bottom of Cross Side - Outtake
  •  Entry into Scarf Hold from Bottom Cross Side
  •  Entries into Scarf Hold from Standing Position
  •  Entries into Scarf Hold from Standing Position - Outtake
  •  Securing the Elbow for Scarf Hold - Even if the Opponent Tucks to Defend
  •  Securing the Elbow for Scarf Hold even if the Opponent Tucks to Defend - Outtake
  •  Controlling the Position - Pinching with the Elbow to Secure Scarf Hold Position
  •  Controlling the Position - Pushing with the Legs to Flatten the Opponent Back Out
  •  Controlling the Position -  Pushing with the Legs to Flatten the Opponent Back Out - Outtake
  •  Controlling the Position - Relaxing the Upper Body and Dropping Weight to the Butt to Counter the Bridge (this video alone has the potential to change your entire Jiu-Jitsu game... this skill of relaxing one part of the body in isolation, while keeping other parts of your body engaged to achieve some goal - is an absolute ninja skill that not 1 in 1000 black belts is even aware of)
  •  Controlling the Position - Relaxing the Upper Body and Dropping Weight to the Butt to Counter the Bridge - Outtake
  •  Controlling the Position - Pushing with the Legs when they try to Sit Up
  •  Controlling the Position - Collapsing the Frame by Diving Towards the Head
  •  Submissions - The Head and Arm Choke after Collapsing the Frame Defense 
  •  Submissions - Body Compression if they Hook the Leg to try to Take the Back 
  •  Creating Pressure from Scarf Hold - Putting Weight on your Opponent - Outtake
  •  Creating Pressure from Scarf Hold - Pulling with the Legs to Create more Pressure
  •  Creating Pressure from Scarf Hold - Lifting the Head
  •  Submissions - Wrist Lock
  •  Submissions - Wrist Lock on Straight Wrist (Fist) Defense
  •  Submissions - Arm Bar - Baseball Bat Break
  •  Submissions - Arm Bar - Baseball Bat Break - Outtake 1
  •  Submissions - Americana Lock whit the Legs
  •  Submissions - Straight Arm Bar using the Lead Leg
  •  Submissions - Straight Arm Bar using the Rear Leg
  •  Submissions - Kimura with the legs
  •  Submissions - Prying the Arm out from the Telephone or the Pillow Defense (now this will be a technique against which there is no defense)
  •  Prying the Arm out from the Telephone or Pillow Defense - Outtake (1)
  •  Submissions - Kimura from the Body Grab
  •  Submissions - Hammer First Choke from body Grab
  •  Breaking the Grips from the Body Grab
  •  Kimura from Body Grab - Outtake
  •  Outtro
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