Ever blown your arms out trying to finish your opponent with a guillotine? How did you let that happen? Locking a guillotine should always be a done deal. It should be, that is, if your opponent doesn’t happen to get their arm in between your own, and around your hip, instead of letting you lock a clean grip around their throat. You squeeze and squeeze but nothing happens, not even a gurgle. Sound familiar? You’ve seen this move work on YouTube. But when you do it, something just doesn’t seem right, and the more you squeeze your opponent’s neck the more tired your arms become and the closer your opponent gets to escaping and passing your guard. And the worst thing, you let it happen!
How would it feel to know you were guaranteed to finish any opponent at any level with the guillotine, no matter what they did? To the untrained eye, it may look like you only have to grab the neck and squeeze, but the truth is, there’s a heck of a lot more you need to do if you wanna get the tap. So what better way to learn everything you need to know about cutting your opponent’s head off than by mastering the game of one of the best to ever do it.
Heads will roll: Master the blade and chop your opponent’s head off with jiu jitsu’s most notorious executioner! (IBJJF Nogi World Champion, and ADCC bronze medalist.) Enhanced and completely updated: learn the system that struck terror into the hearts of some of the best athletes in the game. Join Josh Hinger, as he reveals the secrets to cutting your opponent’s head off with his world-famous and world-feared guillotine system.
I picked up your Hingertine series from Jiujitsux on what I saw was your birthday, and your competition day, which I loved, btw.
Anyhow, I studied my way through the first few sections where you discussed grips to set up the under hook and subsequent snapdown.
Holy smokes. Me, a terrible wrestler, had immediate success with those techniques! Repeated success, no less.
Excited to continue the curriculum. Thank you for your contributions to the sport as a competitor and instructor. You`re a legitimate life-changer.
Josh holds nothing back in this course, he is incredibly methodical in breaking down all the details of the hingertine system, no stone is left unturned. I had always struggled with the application guillotines previously. The course was enlightening, I now have an intricate understanding of the set ups, control and finishing mechanics for this strangle hold. I can`t thank Josh enough for providing all the ingredients to his "secret sauce".
Phenomenal instructional. I was lucky enough to go to a seminar with Professor Hinger after Christmas and he covered a few of the techniques in this series. It was so effective I knew had to get them s series. It helped expand on what I had already learned and retain what he had covered during the seminar. Really enjoy that the same principles apply from feet to floor. It helps you to be able to implement it into your game quickly. I also really liked the flow chart provided with the series.