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Ricardo Migliarese Wrist Lock Series
Right now you can finally get this unique Broken Butterfly guard game that will give you the supreme edge on your opponents in Ricardo Migliarese’s New Instructional Program just released with JiuJitsu.com.
If you want to actually start defeating those guys that currently run all over you on the mats… this will have you raising your hands in victory.
Ricardo ACCIDENTALLY developed this cool unorthodox sweeping and submission game from an injury he had that limited his ability to do butterfly guard after a knee injury.
At first Ricardo was thinking this was a disadvantage until he realized that only using one leg started to confuse his opponents and started to put together a really cool series of simple and effective sweeps and submissions that were working like wildfire because no one was expecting and used to this style.
Ricardo kept using it and ended up winning like crazy and catching tons of people with this. He dubbed it the Broken Butterfly Guard and even got an article about it in Tapout Magazine.
Now for the first time ever Ricardo has put together his best sequence of techniques the “go to” moves that work like a charm over and over again that you too can start to use.
You don’t have to be injured to use this game and seize the opportunity to catch people by surprise and take victory in your matches.
Learn how to sweep, submit and control opponents with this unique single leg half guard game that your opponent will never see coming.
Utilize the element of surprise with the Broken Butterfly Guard. This is a slick and easy game to learn that anyone can use (even with injuries) to start sweep and submitting people like mad.
In this instructional you will get the sweeps, set ups, submissions and recovery details on how to add these moves to your game.
You will learn how to:
– Set up the Broken Butterfly
– Sweep From the Broken Butterfly
– Catch High Percentage Chokes
– Transition into the X-Guard
– Catch sneaky leg locks and knee bars
– Recover from the most common defenses
– Plus… much much more!