"When the fundamentals are done right, they're unstoppable. Here are the details you've never been taught, for every position in Jiu-Jitsu, to give you unstoppable fundamentals too."

 

Have you ever wondered...

 

Have you ever wondered how Kron Gracie was able to set a world record 51 consecutive matches won by submission as a Brown Belt, with the simple techniques and fundamental strategies taught to white belts (and did you know I was Kron's coach during that time)?

 

Or how Roger Gracie was able to cut through the open and heavyweight divisions of the 2009 World Jiu-Jitsu championship like a hot knife through butter...

 

Finishing 9 consecutive opponents with the exact same submission that could have been found in any first-6-months of Jiu-Jitsu curriculum: choke from the mount?

 

Did you know Roger called it out, like Babe Ruth hitting home runs, that he was going to finish everyone with the same choke before he did it?!

 

Every one of his opponents knew what was coming, and yet... nobody could stop it. 

 

Or how about how Rickson Gracie has gone his entire adult life undefeated, humbling even world champions decades younger than himself, and being compared to fighting many men at the same time?

  

“I’ve never seen a Jiu-Jitsu like that in my life!

I have trained with the toughest guys formed by Carlson Gracie.

They were all great and I for sure don’t want to diminish anybody, but I have to say that no one ever did to me what Rickson Gracie has done during training these last days. 

I have no doubt that Rickson Gracie is the best ground fighter of all time. I bet on him against any athlete of today.”

 - Paulo "Ely" Filho, MMA and BJJ Champion

  • World Champion (1997 purple, 1999* brown, 1999*)
  • Brazilian National Champion (1996 blue, 1998 brown, 2000*)
  • ADCC Brazilian Trials Champion (2005)
  • Brazilian National Silver Medallist (1999)
  • WEC Middleweight Champion

 

Or this:

 

"Rickson is more than just one man—he feels like 5 when you’re fighting him."

 

- Fabio Gurgel

  • 4x World Champion (1996, 1997, 2000, 2001)
  • 3x European Champion (2007 and 2009 in senior 1 Division, 2010 in Adult Division)
  • Brazilian National Champion (1996)

 

And actually, there's an old quote from an English author named G.K. Chesterton that gives away the secret:

 

"A man engaged against a brilliant duellist may fancy that the sword of his foe has turned to ten swords in his hand.

 

But this is not really because the man is playing with ten swords, it is because he is aiming very straight with one."

 

The secret is this: if you master the simple fundamentals, they're unstoppable and overwhelming no matter who you're fighting.

 

Because you don't need to study 10,000 techniques.

 

You need to master a few fundamental techniques, and aim straight with them. 

 

It's like Bruce Lee said...

 

"I fear not the man who has practiced 10,000 kicks once, but I fear the man who has practiced one kick 10,000 times."

 

This is why I believe...

 

When the fundamentals are done right, they are simply unstoppable. 

 

And if you'd like this power for yourself, then read below to discover how I spent 2 years of my life organizing a 58-week online video course you can access from any mobile device with an internet connection...

 

So that you can learn the exact same advanced fundamentals Blue Belt curriculum I taught as the head instructor at Rickson Gracie's academy on Pico Boulevard. 

 

If you've heard the stories of black belts being absolutely amazed by a simple hip bump escape, learning details they had never seen before in 10, 15 or even 20 years of training for this simple move...

 

Then you're in the right place because I am going to show you EVERY mind blowing detail to every position and situation you're ever likely to face in a fight, inside this course. 

 

In fact, this knowledge is so electrifying, so utterly game-changing, that I get messages like this sent to me all the time, from black belts who have been training over 10, 15, even 20 years, telling me they burned their training notes and are only focusing on what I teach now...

 

Or how they're pissed they've never learned any of this before even after dedicating 20 years or more of their life to the art:

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With this option, you get access to the complete unstoppable fundamentals course, the White Belt to Blue Belt curriculum for two payments of $277, charged 6 months apart.  

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Here's a sneak peak at just some of what you'll learn in White Belt to Blue Belt:

Week 42 Bonus Video - Using the cross collar choke and armbar in combination from the closed guard.

  • Why the cross collar choke in the first place? (Hint: if you get your initial grip the way I show here, it’s impossible to stop.)
  • How to turn your chest to give yourself a major advantage, and take away your opponent’s ability to drive forward.
  • ​What to do with your weight to make the cross collar 10x more effective 
  • ​What to do with the elbow of the arm that’s not attacking, that will help make this feel effortless 
  • ​And of course, the two elements you need to easily take the arm if they use this common defense against the cross collar 

Week 27 Bonus Video 3 - Timing the step for the elbow pluck armlock.

  • ​What NOT to do with your hips, from scarf hold, if you want this armlock to work
  • What you SHOULD do with your hips to prevent your opponent from getting his arm back - and how to do it.
  • ​What you can do to develop your "feel" to get the perfect timing for the elbow pluck armlock  
  • Why, if you have your hips in the right place, this timing trick always works, no matter who you’re fighting 
  • ​When you should NOT go for the elbow pluck armlock - and why. 

Week 17 Bonus - Using the Cross Collar Choke and transitioning to the Americana

  • How to get your opponent’s arm to the ground to attack the Americana with your elbow instead of your hand - and why you should always do this.
  • ​How to quickly transform your cross collar choke grip - to the perfect setup for the Americana 
  • ​Why attacking the cross collar is so perfect for opening up the Americana
  • ​How to connect your arm to your opponent’s arm that gives you amazing control - without even using your fingers
  • ​What you need to do with your hand to transition from the Cross Collar to the Americana to maintain control throughout the entire movement
  • ​How to use your entire body weight against his arm, instead of battling arm strength vs arm strength

"The stuff Henry was teaching, I call it Advanced Basics... Even my black belts were raving... I cannot recommend him enough... you will get better in one night, trust me!"

Chris Savaresse, 3rd Degree Black Belt at NJBJJ.com

Click the video to see what Chris had to say!

 

Week 8 Bonus Video - Clearing the gi grips to clinch - and 3 very effective takedowns

  • How to deal with an opponent holding you out at arm’s length, when you can’t connect your hip, you can’t catch his ankle, and you can’t get close enough to do any of the other traditional takedowns
  • How to move through to the back so you don’t get caught in the guillotine
  • ​How to secure the double leg, if you’d prefer that to taking the back
  • ​How to make sure you don’t fall into his guard when you go for the double leg
  • ​How to trap your opponent’s hand to give you even more control
  • How to set up the single leg from the side, that Demian Maia uses all the time
  • ​Why the single leg is not done effectively by driving forward, and what to do instead

Week 14 Bonus Video 1 - 100% Pushing drill with no technique

  • A critical drill that should be constantly practiced - from white belt to black belt - your whole career
  • How this applies to untrained opponents, and why this is so important in that context
  • ​Why this is so important to do often - and a demo of how easy it is for an untrained opponent to throw you right off the mount if this skill isn’t razor sharp
  • A demo of how effective all 4 methods of maintaining the mount can be when you do practice them regularly
  • ​Why this is such a good thing to know if you’re fighting somebody bigger than you (hint: watch how fast the person on bottom gets tired when you can maintain mount for even just one minute!)

Week 45 Bonus - Game changing concept for open guard

  • ​Two adjustments you can make to make it impossible to pass your open guard
  • How, specifically, to do each one of these adjustments in different scenarios, and how to link them with sweeps and back takes, so you can lay irresistible traps to advance your position effortlessly.
  • ​What element does he need to pass your guard? It’s actually just this one thing, that’s so easy to take away from your opponent, once you understand, no matter what awkward phase of the guard pass you may find yourself in.
  • ​If you fail with one leg, how to make the other leg do the same job before it’s too late.
  • ​Why it doesn’t matter which side they pass to, if you understand how to use BOTH legs to make the timing work for you (hint: it’s very similar to balancing an equation in algebra, and will be easy once you get the hang of it. Devastating to them though.)

"I can't recommend him highly enough..."

Robin Geiseler, 5th Degree Black Belt under Relson Gracie and Jeff Hudson, head instructor at Gracie Ohio in Columbus, Ohio. 

Click the video to see what Robin had to say!

 

Week 38 bonus - Taking the back after countering the hip bump sweep

  • Once you know how to shut down the hip bump sweep (covered in another video in this course) you can easily turn any attempt at a hip bump into an easy back take
  • What to do with your knees to make the transition to the back smooth as silk
  • ​What to do with your attacking hand, so you can sneak in your neck attack before your opponent even knows what’s happening
  • ​What to do before you transition to make sure it’s effortless
  • ​Why you sometimes might need to bring your leg back before you step over to take the back - and how to do it well

Pisao - Front Kick - Bonus Video

  • ​The most important thing you MUST do if you want to use the Pisao effectively (hint: it has to do with how you land. Mess this up, and you may as well not use it at all.)
  • What you need to do with your weight as you kick, and why so many people screw this up.
  • ​How this kick can do major damage - if you want it to
  • Why you don’t need to do any damage at all for this to be your most useful tool for closing the distance
  • ​How my friend Anthony Hardonk, an absolute master from the most decorated kickboxing gym in the world, adds an element to this kick to make it 10x more devastating

Week 43 Bonus - Combining the kimura, guillotine and hip bump sweep

  • ​How to combine each of these attacks, in any order, based on your opponent’s reactions
  • How to force your opponent to give you the reaction you need to set up your attacks
  • ​What you need to do with your hips if you’re going for the guillotine in any of these transitions (this will improve your guillotine grip ten fold)
  • ​The detail almost everyone misses for the hip bump sweep you need to know to make it work better and more often
  • ​The timing for when to go for the kimura, and how to set it up

"I would take Henry's stuff and use it as my 'secret Jiu-Jitsu hack' for years... Every time he's here he shows something new, magical, that is game changing."

Ty Gay, owner of Redline Jiu-Jitsu and 13th American Black Belt under the Gracie Family under Rener & Ryron Gracie.

Click the video to see what Ty had to say!

 

Ready to go? There are 3 options to become a member of White Belt to Blue Belt:

Ronin

With this option, you get access to the complete unstoppable fundamentals course, the White Belt to Blue Belt curriculum for only $62 per month

$62 will be charged now, and every 30 days after the date of purchase, for 12 consecutive months. 

Total: $ 744

Click here to get unstoppable fundamentals as a Ronin

Apprentice

With this option, you get access to the complete unstoppable fundamentals course, the White Belt to Blue Belt curriculum for two payments of $277, charged 6 months apart.  

$277 will be charged now, and $277 will be charged again 180 days after the date of purchase. 

Total: $ 554

Click here to get unstoppable fundamentals as an Apprentice

Samurai

The wisest option, and for those with the strongest commitment, you will be rewarded with great savings. 

Get access to the complete unstoppable fundamentals course, the White Belt to Blue Belt curriculum, for only $499

 

Total: $ 499 (save $245 over the Ronin, and $155 over the Apprentice)

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Week 46 Bonus Video - Making your opponent fall forward​

  • ​Why you never, ever allow your opponent to stack you when they stand (and what to do instead)
  • ​What to do with your hands to make them fall forward (not backward like the double ankle grab sweep, but forward, back down into your guard)
  • ​How to make your opponent work like hell just to stay standing (every time you can make your opponent waste energy, and relax while you do it, is a win for you. Here’s how to score a big win from the closed guard when they go to stand).
  • What you need to know about a giant rock that will help you visualize the right motion for this movement. 
  • ​The basic attack options once they fall back down that are yours for the taking.

Week 27 Bonus 1 - The super chill position (cross side with the underhook) and double attack

  • Why you want your outside arm pinching behind his elbow, hand against your face, for the super-chill position - especially in a fight (hint: nobody likes being punched in the face or poked in the eyes
  • ​What to do with your inside arm to increase your control of your opponent dramatically
  • ​A small adjustment you can make against your opponent’s trapped arm that will increase the pressure for the armlock substantially - and make the super chill that much more uncomfortable - for them! You, on the other hand, will be ready to take a nap the whole time…
  • ​How to finish the elbow pluck armlock with maximum leverage
  • ​How to either reach behind your own head to attack the americana, or just take advantage of him attacking you

Week 27 bonus 3 - Timing the step for the elbow pluck armlock

  • ​What NOT to do with your hips, from scarf hold, if you want this armlock to work
  • What you SHOULD do with your hips to prevent your opponent from getting his arm back
  • What you can do to develop your feel to get the perfect timing for the elbow pluck armlock
  • Why, if you have your hips in the right place, this timing trick always works, no matter who you’re fighting
  • When you should NOT go for the elbow pluck armlock

"Henry is one of my very favorite people in the world to train with. I look forward to every single opportunity I get to learn from him and exchange ideas with him, because this is the type of Jiu-Jitsu that I'm interested in."

Stephen Whittier, 3rd Degree Black Belt under Roberto Maia, "One of the most decorated martial arts instructors in the country."

 

Click the video to see what Stephen had to say!

 

Week 20 Bonus - Using the umpa after defending the Kimura grip from mount

  • A clever escape from the kimura grip that immediately clears your arm from any danger, and sets up a perfect situation your can use the umpa to take the top position.

  • What to do with your head to get the perfect angle for this escape 
     
     
  • What to do with your trapped arm as you move to keep it safe 
     
     
  • What to do with your legs to make it all happen smoothly 
     
     
  • The direction to bridge once you’re in the “safe” position 

Week 28 Bonus 1 - Breaking the grip when they grab to defend the Kimura and switching to the straight armlock

  • How to take the arm quickly, easily and effectively (meaning he can do nothing about it) when your opponent is grabbing his own leg
  • What to do instead, when your opponent is grabbing his belt rather than his leg (the grip is harder to break, so there’s another armlock we can do - just as devastating) 
  • What you need to do with your knee when switching to the straight armlock, when your opponent is grabbing his belt… and why this is so crucial 
  • Which angle to fall at, when you go for the straight armlock, that makes all the difference in the world
  • How to shut down the hitchhiker escape fast, as you finish the straight armlock 

Week 25 Bonus 3 - Preventing the back take from the step over mount.

  • 3 reasons you should never lead with your knee when going for the step over mount 

  • Why it’s so easy for your opponent to take your back if you’re light on your rear leg as you step over 

  • Where to slide your rear knee to really tighten this up 
     
  • How to be heavy on your rear leg so you don’t get your back taken 
     
  • What to lead with instead of your knee as you step over that will prevent all of these problems 

  • What to do with the heel of the foot that steps over 

"It's the purest form of Jiu-Jitsu I've been exposed to, other than Rickson. It's amazing. Great guy...

 

Shows every single micro detail, so it's really not about athleticism, it's about how to apply leverage, space, time..."

Kola Ajose, 3rd Degree Black Belt. Owner KolaBjj.com

 

 

Click the video to see what Kola had to say!

 

Week 7 Bonus Video 2 - Countering the High Pummel

  • Being able to use the high pummel is rare, but in case you face someone who does use the high pummel against you, here’s how to counter it so you don’t end up in a stalemate 
  • The two things you must do together to create space to pummel in 
  • Why your elbow is the key to this movement, even though you’re really using your bodyweight and not your arm 
  • What to do with your hand AFTER you move your elbow 
  • Once you understand this, the high pummel will be easy for you to counter

Week 14 - Bonus Video Maintaining the mount against pushing.

  • Pushing from the bottom of the mount is always a mistake - here’s how to make them pay for it.

  • What you need to do - with both hands - to maintain base, in all the different situations 

  • What to do with your hips to soak up the space, to set up the armlock 
     
  • What to do with your knees to finish the armlock super tight, and super fast 

  • How to counter the push and simply maintain the position - without a submission (this is a great strategy if you’re looking to gas your opponent)

Week 15 Bonus Video 3 - Guillotine from a bear hug in mount position

  • How to take one of the most common defenses for strikes from the mount - the bear hug - into a fatal mistake, and finish an easy guillotine, because the moment he bear hugs you, he’s practically giving you the guillotine!

  • How to base out to give yourself a ton of space to get your grip (hint: don't use the other arm)

  • What to do with your elbows to get maximum leverage 

  • How to clear your opponent’s head to easily set up the guillotine, without using arm strength 

  • What to do with your own head when setting up the guillotine from the mount - and why

"When people ask me what the seminar is going to be on, I told them it doesn't matter. Because no matter what Henry focuses on, your level of understanding is going to grow ten fold."

Jason Bodi, Owner at Bay View Jiu-Jitsu, Black Belt under Professor Chris Blanke and a Certified Instructor in the Pedro Sauer Curriculum

 

Click the video to see what Jason had to say!

 

Ready to go? There are 3 options to become a member of White Belt to Blue Belt:

Ronin

With this option, you get access to the complete unstoppable fundamentals course, the White Belt to Blue Belt curriculum for only $62 per month

$62 will be charged now, and every 30 days after the date of purchase, for 12 consecutive months. 

Total: $ 744

Click here to get unstoppable fundamentals as a Ronin

Apprentice

With this option, you get access to the complete unstoppable fundamentals course, the White Belt to Blue Belt curriculum for two payments of $277, charged 6 months apart.  

$277 will be charged now, and $277 will be charged again 180 days after the date of purchase. 

Total: $ 554

Click here to get unstoppable fundamentals as an Apprentice

Samurai

The wisest option, and for those with the strongest commitment, you will be rewarded with great savings. 

Get access to the complete unstoppable fundamentals course, the White Belt to Blue Belt curriculum, for only $499

 

Total: $ 499 (save $245 over the Ronin, and $155 over the Apprentice)

Click here to get unstoppable fundamentals as a Samurai

Week 10 Bonus Video - Solo Drill for the Sit Down Sweep

  • Why the sit down sweep is one of the most powerful takedowns you can develop
  • How the mechanics of the sit down sweep are unique - in that it’s one of the few takedowns you can develop real competence in with a solo drill 
  • Why your back should never hit the ground with this sweep - and how to roll instead 
  • Why your legs don’t move during this drill 
  • How to use rotation - rather than pulling strength - to achieve this sweep more effectively 

Week 6 Bonus Video - Standing in Base Pushing and Pulling Drill.

  • Why you cannot practice this drill enough - it’s that important.  
  • How to stand in relation to your opponent, to give yourself strong balance in ALL directions 
  • The one small detail with your hips that will make you like an unmovable wall - without using any muscle or strength whatsoever 
  • A second way to use your hips that makes you even MORE difficult to move, and will help you stay perfectly balanced no matter whether you are moving, or your opponent is moving 
  • The understanding you need about your head and shoulders, in relation to your hips, that will help you shut down SO many takedowns 
  • How to take an easy ankle pick if he insists on pulling you so hard you have to go low to keep your base 

Week 13 Bonus Video 1 - Von Flue Choke

  • When you pass to crosside and your opponent wraps your neck, here’s how to turn it into an easy finish 
  • How to trap your opponent’s arm - the one wrapping your neck - to instantly shift to the feeling of control - so they begin to panic 
  • What to do with your feet - and knees - to prevent the guard recovery, as you slide all of your weight directly onto your opponent’s neck 
  • What to do with your shoulder - so that even if they tuck their chin to defend the choke, it won’t matter 
  • How to use both hands together if your opponent begins to turn on you 

"The thing I love about the whole, you know, Hidden Jiu-Jitsu style is... you got Jiu-Jitsu whether it's sport, street, self-defense, MMA... I fight MMA... it works no matter what it is... in a gi, out of a gi, same grips, same pressure, same everything... it's beautiful, and very useful."

Thor, Black Belt, Chicago, Illinois 

 

 

Click the video to see what Thor had to say!

 

Week 7 Bonus Video 2 - Getting comfortable with the George Foreman defense and walking in base

  • Why I prefer the George Forman defense to some of the other methods of protecting the head while clinching 
  • Why it’s better to use heavy open hand strikes to train this drill 
  • How this drill will train you to walk in base perfectly, so you’re totally solid, from every angle, as you move 
  • How this drill will help you develop absolute super powers for judging distance (you’ll see what I mean when you watch the demo) 
  • How to time your underhooks so you’re effective - if you get this wrong, you can easily be knocked out and/or lose your clinch 

Week 7 Bonus Video 4 - Connection drill when Clinching

  • A fantastic drill to develop your ability to stay connected to your opponent when clinching 
  • Why we don’t grab our opponent or establish underhooks for this drill - and how it will help you become a much better fighter 
  • How this will help you develop such strong base, you will be like a giant, unmovable rock in every direction.  
  • How to use your footwork to follow your opponent even if he’s suddenly faster than you 
  • How this drill will allow you to be an inescapable force of Jiu-Jitsu nature as soon as you decide to clinch (there will be no escape for your opponent once you get the hang of this, even if you can’t get underhooks right away) 

Week 12 Bonus - Using the Teeter Totter and the 4 ways of getting back up to the feet.

  • How to use kicks to maintain distance as you’re trying to get to your feet from the open guard, when strikes are in play 
  • The first, and most simple option you have to get back to your feet, once you’ve created some distance - and one reason you may not want to use this option 
  • How to use your feet to get more out of your kicks 
  • Where to kick on your opponent’s legs for maximum effect 
  • The second option you have to get up, that gives you a little more distance 
  • A third option to get up, that works for MMA (but you may want to be careful about in a fight without rules), and helps you close the distance fastest 
  • The last, and safest, option of all of these, that creates massive distance quickly 

"Make sure you buy Henry's stuff, he's awesome."

-Phil "Jiu-Jitsu Matrix" Migliarese, 5th Degree Black Belt under Relson Gracie, Owner Balance Studios

 

 

Click the video to see what Phil had to say!

 

Week 23 Bonus 1 - The importance of staying perpendicular to flatten your opponent out.

  • Secrets of the angle - why you want to be perpendicular to your opponent from cross side, and where to put your chin to make this automatic 
  • A detail you should understand about the shrimp escape that’s not often talked about, that will improve your ability to control your opponent from cross side immensely 
  • Which parts of your body that should touch the ground from crosside, and which should not 
  • Why you should never have your legs fully extended from crosside 
  • A simple adjustment you can use to make sure you never have your legs fully extended from crosside 

Week 32 Bonus 1 - Using the movements - guard recovery, and going to your knees - in combination with each other

  • When to use guard recovery, vs when to use going to your knees, based on the direction your opponent is doing 
  • Footage of one of the most beautiful gyms I’ve ever seen 
  • What you should be paying attention to - especially with your opponent’s arms - to let you know when it’s time to use each escape 
  • How to bait your opponent into each escape, so you can use the other one 

Week 28 bonus 2 - Using the two options to mount to set up the Kimura, straight armlock and super chill position.

  • How to begin with the end in mind - and use different positional “bait” to force your opponent to give you want you want to set up your attacks 
  • How to achieve the underhook, and what you should do with your hips and legs, to make getting to the super-chill position easy and simple 
  • How to use knee on belly for an easy kimura, and what to look for when you do. 
  • The reason you want the overhook when you decide to switch your legs to mount 
  • The one thing you should NOT forget to do, after you have your kimura grip, and you switch your leg position to finish

"It reminds you of that, for me, starting Jiu-Jitsu in the 90s, it reminds me of that magic, where Jiu-Jitsu just felt like a superpower!"

-Elliot Bayev, Founder of OpenMat Gym, Toronto Canada, Champion Competitor, Black Belt under Shawn Williams, 3rd Degree Renzo Gracie Black Belt

 

 

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Ready to go? There are 3 options to become a member of White Belt to Blue Belt:

Ronin

With this option, you get access to the complete unstoppable fundamentals course, the White Belt to Blue Belt curriculum for only $62 per month

$62 will be charged now, and every 30 days after the date of purchase, for 12 consecutive months. 

Total: $ 744

Click here to get unstoppable fundamentals as a Ronin

Apprentice

With this option, you get access to the complete unstoppable fundamentals course, the White Belt to Blue Belt curriculum for two payments of $277, charged 6 months apart.  

$277 will be charged now, and $277 will be charged again 180 days after the date of purchase. 

Total: $ 554

Click here to get unstoppable fundamentals as an Apprentice

Samurai

The wisest option, and for those with the strongest commitment, you will be rewarded with great savings. 

Get access to the complete unstoppable fundamentals course, the White Belt to Blue Belt curriculum, for only $499

 

Total: $ 499 (save $245 over the Ronin, and $155 over the Apprentice)

Click here to get unstoppable fundamentals as a Samurai