Instructions for the Bicep Slicer (or Bicep Crusher) - Submission Technique

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Instructions for the Bicep Slicer (or Bicep Crusher) - Submission Technique

This page provides details on how to do Bicep Slicer (or Bicep Crusher). This submission technique is used in martial arts systems such as Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and Mixed Martial Arts. Similar "slicer or crusher" techniques include the calf crusher.

All grappling techniques are potentially dangerous and should only be practiced under the supervision of a trained martial arts instructor.

For more submission techniques, please visit our main Submissions & Grappling Techniques section.

How to do a Bicep Slicer

How to do a Bicep Crusher

Instructions for a Bicep Slicer

Instructions for a Bicep Slicer








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