Learn about the Calf Crusher or Calf Slicer - Submission Technique

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Learn about the Calf Crusher or Calf Slicer - Submission Technique

These videos provide details for the grappling technique known as the Calf Crusher (or Calf Slicer, Calf Crush, etc.). This submission technique is used in martial arts styles such as Mixed Martial Arts and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.

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

For more techniques, please visit the main Grappling Techniques section.

How To Do A Calf Slicer

How To Do A Calf Crush

Calf Crush from Rear Mount

How To Do A Calf Crush From Turtle Position

Calf Crush from Inside Guard

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