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Josh Hinger - The Hingertine

Josh Hinger - The Hingertine

As one of the oldest and most veteran members of the Atos Competition Team, Josh Hinger has earned the respect of his teammates and opponents through years of grit and hard work. He may not have had the same sudden rise to glory many of his younger teammates have, but the 35-year-old grappler has certainly earned his place amongst the best in the world. Last year, Hinger won his first No-Gi World Championship and has been on the warpath ever since, finishing his matches in 2017 with over an 80% submission rate.
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Josh Hinger - The Hingertine
  • Diving Hingertine Variation 1 - Josh Hinger

    Josh has set up the Diving Hingertine just as he did above, however this time when he kicks his legs free in Step 5, his opponent decides to turn hard into him instead of away. When your opponent has this reaction, you can still finish him with the Hingertine.
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  • Diving Hingertine - Josh Hinger

    Sometimes when Josh attempts to sit his opponent up in De La Riva, the opponent will resist and want to keep his back on the floor. When this happens, Hinger goes for the Diving Hingertine. He shows three variations based on how his opponent reacts to his diving guard pass and submission attempt....

  • Hingertine Against DLR Guard - Josh Hinger

    Usually when Josh breaks the Closed Guard and goes to his feet, his opponent will switch to a De La Riva Guard. From here, he can set up the pass and the Hingertine at the same time.
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  • Hingertine Grip - Josh Hinger

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  • Diving Hingertine Variation 2 - Josh Hinger

    Sometimes when you dive for the Hingertine your opponent won’t turn either way to escape. He might be savvy to the submission and choose rather to stay on his back and fight your grips. When this is the case, you can roll back into the mount and finish the choke from there.
    - Issue 57

  • Opening The Closed Guard - Josh Hinger

    Hinger avoids being in the Closed Guard at all costs and believes it’s the worst place to be when you’re on top. Sometimes, however, it’s inevitable to find yourself in the Closed Guard and needing to get out. This guard break puts a lot of pressure on your opponent’s back, and he will eventually...