Henry shows some game changing concepts on the importance of proper posture when in your opponent’s guard. He emphasises the use of hips much more than arms. For him, proper posture will keep you safe from submissions and sweeps.
Henry Akins is the third American to receive a Brazilian Jiu-jitsu black belt from legendary fighter Rickson Gracie. Akins trained under Rickson Gracie for 15 years. Akins became the head instructor or “Professor” at the Rickson Gracie Academy from 2005 to 2008 before resigning due to a back injury.
Akins has recently released an instructional website called Hidden Jiu-Jitsu where for the first time ever, he reveals the secret details that nobody outside of the Gracie family has been taught.
Some of Jiu-Jitsu’s best moves contain hidden details that are hard to teach, Henry Akins teaches the unteachable!
- Blend between multiple attack sequences including the classic armbar, cross-choke, and americana to consistently find submissions from the mount!
- Find complete control over your opponent when you attack with a complete game plan.