How to Completely Dominate The Most Misunderstood Position In Jiu-Jitsu!
Here's what people are saying about Henry Akins' Hidden Jiu-Jitsu: 
" Now picture this: anytime you find yourself in the top or bottom of the turtle position, you easily take your opponent down and take the cross side, the back, the mount or... submit them right there, and they can't even see it coming.

Best part? You do NOT have to be an explosive, athletic wrestler to pull this off. 

In fact, in these 34 videos, you'll learn how to use unbelievably simple techniques to completely nullify your opponent's strength and explosiveness and beat them to the takedown - every time.  
From the desk of: Henry Akins
Dynamix MMA
8:41 PM PST

I've been getting emails and Facebook messages about this non-stop. 

Rumors have been getting out I have a different approach to the turtle position. 

And the rumors are true. 

In fact, I believe the turtle position is easily the most misunderstood position in all of Jiu-Jitsu. 

It makes sense. 

Because there is a doctrine that even though we should be able to fight from our backs, the top position is considered universally superior to the bottom position in a fight. 

A lot of this understanding came from MMA, where it's commonly said wrestlers are now dominating where Jiu-Jitsu guys can't hack it, because wrestlers are better at controlling the fight. 

Well, to the extent that's true, a big reason is takedowns and standing are being practiced less and less in Jiu-Jitsu gyms, where everyone starts rolling from their knees. 

Also, a proper understanding of the turtle position, where you escape cross side or the mount and get to your knees, is almost non-existent over most of the Jiu-Jitsu world. 

And actually, in the case of the turtle position, I believe being on the bottom of turtle is more dominant for achieving the takedown. 

You see it in wrestling all the time. 

Wrestlers are always looking to drop their level and penetrate so they can get the takedown. 

Well, I will show you how to use this principle to your advantage, but from a Jiu-Jitsu perspective, that still takes submissions into account. 

That last part is very important, because from the top of the turtle position, there are all kinds of ways to quickly take the back or submit your opponent right there, that most BJJ black belts aren't even aware of. 

And from the bottom of the turtle position, you can use what many wrestlers or takedown artists consider "dominant" hand positions and turn them against your opponent to take the top position yourself. 

The bottom line: the turtle position is THE dominant position to take your opponent down and achieve the mount or cross side. 

And when you learn to use the turtle position properly, you will have an incredible advantage in every transition your ever find yourself in, especially after you escape cross side or mount, to take your opponent down, no matter how explosive or athletic they are. 

That said, here's a little more detail about what's in the course: 
34 Videos Show You Every Hidden Detail You Need To Know To Dominate The Turtle Position From The Top Or Bottom:
  • Connecting the head and shoulder for the takedown
  • Backing out to deal with the sprawl
  • Drill moving in and out on the bottom to setup the takedown
  • Dealing with the neck grab Guilloteen grip
  • Freeing the arm and attacking the neck.
  • Dealing with the chin strap choke
  • Takedown and counter from the D'Arce grip
  • Sit back takedown from D'Arce grip
  • Shoulder lock from the anaconda grip
  • Shoulder lock from the anaconda grip out take
  • Takedown from chest grab 
  • Sit out to the back from chest grab
  • The D'arce defense.
  • Trapping the arm and sitting back when they grab around the chest and sprawl
  • Swimming to the back with the elbow when they transition to the side
  • Arm trap and roll when they transition to the side
  • Arm trap and roll when they transition to the side out take
  • Alligator roll when they go to the side. 
  • Siting down and taking them over when you cant trap the arm
  • Guard recover when they get behind you
  • Learning how to move and destabilize your opponent when they try to get hooks 
  • Driving them over the ankle when they wrap with the over hook
  • Pulling the hips towards the ankle when they wrap the over hook
  • Dropping down for the low single when they base out with the over hook
  • Using the leg to throw them back to crosside using the over hook grip
  • Grabbing the arm and throwing them back to the cross side
  • Inverted bow and arrow
  • Top - Chin strap choke
  • Transitioning to the side
  • Setting up the crucifix and attacking the arm. and the neck
  •  The clock choke
  • The Wallid Ismael Clock Choke
  • Pulling the hips down to put the person back on their back
  •  Getting the hooks in
  •  Turtle position dealing with the whizzer
  • Going front the whizzer to the low single
  • Takedown from the under hook and chin strap
This course is designed to be as simple, easy and convenient as possible.
You can watch these videos on any device, anytime you want. 

You can rewind, pause and rewatch whatever you need, as many times as you need, on your own time, in your own space. 

The videos are recorded in HD, and you can ask questions or comment on every video. 

I will personally answer any questions you have (as my schedule allows), and you will have lifetime access to future updates, which I post often, to all my courses, in response to your feedback. 

Like I said, sharing this incredible knowledge has become my life’s work, and it makes me truly happy to hear stories about how this knowledge changes lives for the better. 

I’m not sure if you can imagine a couple months from now, after you’ve taken the time to really practice and hone your skill, how great it will feel to know it’s damn near impossible for anyone to escape your takedowns from turtle.

Or, if you find yourself in the top of the turtle position, how you can easily take the back or submit them right there, and they can't even see it coming.  

And when they do, you’ll have such a deep understanding of all this, you’ll know exactly what to do to fix it quick. 

I hope to hear your story soon, of how this knowledge has helped you, changed your understanding of Jiu-Jitsu, and made everything effective and easy for you. 

Few things make me happier than to know my work is changing lives, keeping people safe, and giving them a sense of power and confidence they didn’t even know was possible. 

Henry Akins
P.S. - if you're skimming and just want to see what the offer is... for only $97, you get lifetime access to Henry Akin's personal Hidden Jiu-Jitsu library of all the videos, commentary, feedback, Q & A and future updates for the Turtle System. Literally everything you will ever need to know to master the turtle position, THE dominant position to get the takedown and take the top position.   
Hidden Jiu-Jitsu - 2018 - Turtle System