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Dear Fellow Grappler,
If you want to have unstoppable takedowns (even against a seasoned college wrestler), increase your sweep finishing percentage by TRIPLE, and never worry about getting embarrassed by a wrestler again, then this may be the most important letter you will ever read.
Man oh man, I swear to God, and I hate to swear, the best AND worst thing that ever happened to me was coming into grappling with a wrestling background.
It was great because I had exceptional mat awareness and I could takedown 98% of the grapplers I faced down (so I could play on top whenever I wanted basically).
BUT it sucked because I relied on my wrestling solely until I was a purple belt.
When I finally realized how to fuse wrestling and grappling together is literally when my life began to change.
Since fusing my background in wrestling (where I was a College Division I Wrestler) with my grappling, I was able to win an Adult Pan Am Title as a brown belt (literally just by fusing my wrestling and grappling together).
And the way I fused them together was easy-as-pie.
The advantage you now have is learning from someone who knows both and can teach you the correct way to not only learn takedowns but to fuse them easily with your grappling without having to spend 15 years like I did on each.
And this system is dummy-proof.
2 Notable People I coached were DJ Jackson and Dan Boyle.
In 2012 I coached DJ for 30 days and changed his takedown game around completely.
He ended up winning a No Gi Black Belt World Title (at the time one of only a few Americans ever to do so). Then he also won AGAIN in 2015 using much of what I taught him.
I also coached Dan Boyle, a Brown Belt at the time with ZERO wrestling experience. I taught Dan how to use takedown finishes to finish his half guard and butterfly sweeps. Dan basically used his half guard (using takedown finishes) to get a Silver Medal at Brown Belt No Gi Pan Ams. I spent no more than 2 weeks preparing Dan and in the quarter finals he beat a wrestler whom he lost to previously.
Say what you will.
It ain't braggin' if it's true, right?
So in this system...
You will learn the "Ins and Outs" of takedowns, how to basically TELEGRAPH wrestlers. And you will now not only be able to sweep wrestlers who have incredible balance BUT you will actually gain your own sense of incredible balance in less than a month (no matter your fitness level or experience level, I've taught this to brand new beginners even in their 40s)- GUARANTEED!
Sound like something worth at least 5 bucks (15 years of knowledge basically)?
Then read on below...
Here's a sample of what you'll get inside:
Takedown Set Ups Booklet
- You'll learn the "right"way to stand and how not to stand. This can literally make all the difference between getting a takedown or getting taken down. Even the way your fingers are positioned is crucial as you will see. Takedowns Set Ups Booklet, pgs. 2-4
- Learn the "Miyagi" armdrag set up. This will make your armdrag not only more efficient but much more difficult for your opponent to re-drag you. You will have complete control when on the attack from this position. Even if you don't hit it you will still be in great position to re-attack. Takedowns Set Up Booklet, pgs. 5-7
- Killer detail for getting the double elbow pop that is rarely touched upon but makes all the difference. How to level change, drive through correctly, and proper head positioning to not only assure the takedown but stay out of submission danger. Takedown Set Ups, pgs. 8-9
- Subtle set up that will bait your opponent into giving you an easy and deep double leg takedown. Honestly, just viewing this will implant this technique in your head whether or not you drill it. It's one of those little tricks that you will slap your forehead thinking to yourself "That's so simple." Takedown Set Ups Booklet, pgs. 10-12
- Amazing collar and wrist duck under set up that I used in college and grappling on about 60% of the people I went up against. This technique is so simple and what I would call a "gimme" because everyone pretty much gives up the position from the get go then you surprise them by going for a fake then hitting it on other side. It's smooth. Takedowns Set Up Booklet, pgs. 13-15
- How to quickly set up and get deep on an underhook from the feet. The way you circle the underhook and then the detail you use to hold the position will allow you to be in full control of this position without worry of a nearside counter. pgs. 22-23
- Learn how to set up and use proper head position so you can be in a position to attack and not be attacked. The final photo in this sequence details how it can be used on the mat for grappling situations, which will keep you out of guillotines. This is a MUST for tie up and grappling situations. pgs. 37,38.
- Leverage the tie up to use a snap down situation that is commonly used at the elite college level. Setting up a shot by snapping the head in this manner gets this type of reaction about 90% of the time which will lead to your opponent's leg being exposed and extremely vulnerable for your takedown attack. pgs. 47-49
- Plus much more...
Single Leg Takedown Booklet
- A simple yet powerful way to enter into the single leg that will make it tight, efficient, and highly effective if you can penetrate on your opponent's leg (and with the Takedown Set Up Booklet you now can with relative ease). I learned how to finish the single leg this way from a 4 x Iowa State All American (Steve Hamilton) and have been using it and teaching it ever since. I have been around the block lets just say, been to tons of seminars, watched days worth of videos, and seen hundreds of different ways to finish. This by far to me is the best way. pgs. 1-4
- When people generally "run the pipe" on the single leg there is often a HUGE mistake that can happen. Sometimes, it isn't noticed due to the lack of skill of the adversary it's being performed on. Hey, sounds but it's true. regardless, this book will show you a very effective, technically sound way to finish the single leg when your opponent has their leg stuck in between your legs AND you will also learn an alternative just in case your opponent has a rare sense of balance and simply just doesn't fall to their back. pgs. 12-18
- A very common occurence when in deep on a single leg (on the feet) will be that you opponent will be pushing down on your head. This is a great technique but it is not impossible to stop. In fact, the details seen in this book will go over it and show you a very logical and easy way to counter it and finish the single leg. pgs. 19-20
- You'll learn what I call a single in the air finish and what some others may call a tree top finish. Thsi technique may actually be your go to finish when on the feet because it takes into a counter taller and more flexible grapplers who may not fall victim to your prior finishes. The detail of keeping your should to your ear and how you lift the leg will make all the difference between getting the takedown and not. I first saw this being performed well at the PSAC college championships many years ago when a very good wrestler had trouble finishing on a taller more flexible opponent so then he adjusted and kept finishing with this. Let's just say it works very well when done right! pgs. 37-41
- Plus much more...
High Crotch/Double Leg Takedown Booklet
- You'll dive right into it. The foundation to the high crotch to double leg takedown consists of a few very important details. First you have to have the correct distance. Then your posture has to be correct. But the difference that I show here is how to snake the leg with your arm and attack the far leg at the knee instead of the hip. This was taught to me by the head coach at the then University of Northern Iowa back in about 1997 (if I'm not mistaken) and I still find it to be the most effective way to finish this technique against the very best. pgs. 1-4
- I learned this technique way back in college and we had to drill it everyday, literally. I remember when I finally hit it a few months into it on a pretty good guy. No BS, it was the most effortless, smoothest takedown I had ever hit and it sticks in my head to this day. If you position yourself correctly and keep good posture (and use your hips to lift), you will find this to be a technique that is very difficult to stop. The best way to takedown a squirmy or flexible opponent is to lift them off their feet. This is a great way to do just that. pgs. 7-9
- Crackdown off a of high crotch will allow you to finish this takedown when it hits the mat. I often use this in grappling scrambles and find that my opponent is often completely lost when I do this to them. the simple positioning and weight distribution will make this an iron-clad way to not give your opponent much room to breathe when you are on the attack. pgs.10-12
- Hopping side to side is not only a great way to pass the guard but it can also be critical when finishing a high crotch on the mat. This move does not take that much dexterity if done right and can even be used interchangeably when passing the guard. pgs. 15-17
- Plus much more...
Front Headlock Booklet
- How to get the front headlock combined with the ankle pick takedown. The key here is to get the weight on the far foot (and the importance of how to release the front headlock thereafter). You can hit this on all levels as long as you can us eteh front headlock effectively (which you now can). This is a high percentage move when done right. pgs. 1-2
- The Cross Knee Tap (2 techniques showing an alternative as well) is a great way to misdirect your opponent and it also looks super-slick when you hit it. Very effective and simple. Most people who aren't highly-skilled (and actually even skilled-veterans can have this issue too) will have their knees on the mat while underneath your headlock. When their knee and head are in the same line, this takedown works great. Follow the simple steps for this and you're golden! pgs. 5-10
- You'll learn "The Opposite Hand Run Around". You probably never heard of this technique. I learned it from my high school wrestling coach and it has many great uses for wrestling and grappling alike. When you have teh front headlock thsi opportunity 9 times out of 10 presents itself and is really easy to use for a back take situation. You can see for yourself how it can be applied to other scenarios, it's a great way to control someone. pgs. 15-17
- The best part of this booklet is that you now have a defense for the front headlock that is very high percentage from the worst spot imaginable. When you are on your feet and you are caught in a front headlock, the pressure on your back may be insurmountable. This technique will relieve this pressure immediately and put you in a very powerful position to attack. pgs. 24-26
- Discover how to defend and counter-attack from the front headlock after your opponent takes you down to the mat. Some people like to get tight with the head and arm guillotine or use it as a front headlock. the best part is that the tighter it is the easier for you it will be to get out and counter-attack. You'll see what I mean and if there is any technique that you should drill in this booklet, it's this one. It's saved my butt many times. pgs. 27-29
- Plus much more...
Russian Arm-Tie (2 on 1) Booklet
- Setting up the Russian Tie is going to be a breeze for you. I show you the easiest yet most effective method that will totally take advantage of your opponent's collar tie, no matter how strong they have it on (in fact the stronger the better). Once you establish control you can move into this heel pick with the near leg. It is really that easy as you will see (simply because this type of control puts their weight on their far leg). pgs. 1-3
- You'll learn a 1-2 punch process where you go for one technique and if it's not there you will get the reaction to hit another technique. This technique right here is a great example of that. There's pretty much only two things your opponent can give you in this situation and now you have the options. pgs.4-6
- The Russian Tie Stiff Arm. One of my college coaches showed me this. He was a heavy weight and used this all the time. Why? Because heavyweights often lean their weight on you (while trying to defend) and it makes it easier. The thing is though I hit this on light guys all the time. This technique is money and if you start using the Russian Tie this will give you some serious bang for your buck. pgs. 7-9
- A simple way to counter-attack off of the Russian Tie using what I call the "Saitiev Limp Arm". I saw this technique being used in the 1996 Olympics and it literally blew my mind. This is a great way to counter the Russian and immediately attack their leg while they are off balance. pgs. 13-15
- Learn the Russian Tie To Re-Russian. When I was in college I came back and trained at a high school practice (not my high school, one nearby). There was this kid at my weight who was a 2-time state champion. He was very very skilled. I mean, I was a bit worried but felt a need to show I could handle him. After all I was in college and he was in high school so admittedly, I had my pride on the line, ha ha. The first thing he does is use the Russian Tie and in a second I used this move on him and took him down. It really works! pgs. 22,23
- Plus much more...
Takedown Defense Booklet
- Discover an effective way to sprawl that will put you in a good position and able to take advantage of your opponent's position. Too often people sprawl and an opponent will re-attack their leg. The way this technique is shown will alleviate this problematic scenario once and for all so that you can feel supremely confident whenever someone starts to attack your legs. pgs. 1-3
- Defeating a strong collar tie isn't easy if you use your upper body strength. This technique will detail the proper way to use your feet and hips (and shoulders) to easily break free from even the strongest collar-tie and put you in a position to counter-attack smoothly. pgs. 4-5
- You'll effectively learn the 3 lines of defense. Even the last line will prove to be effective and in my opinion is often overlooked. Learn these 3, drill them or simply be aware and able to implement, and your defense will be stronger than ever. pgs. 11-16
- Learn the ins and outs of defending the high crotch from the feet and from the floor. Utilize a guillotine and a back-take sequence that will leave your opponent feeling pretty desperate and weary about attacking you with this shot. pgs. 20-37
- Secret little details to getting the whizzer to work on deep leg attacks. The arm positioning, hip positioning, and head positioning will be key to making this work on a number of leg attacks. How you come out of it can be the difference between getting a good counter attack or getting attacked again. Learn this well and your opponent will not only have a hard time taking you down, they will ahve a hell of a tiem trying to sweep you when they attack a leg independently as part of their sweep sequences(which is common). pgs. 47-54
- Plus much more...
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I remember when I got here from Brazil and I met Ken Primola. We became friends and Ken was a great training partner for me. Ken helped me out a lot for my tournaments.Robson Moura, 8 X World Champion, Head of RMNU and Member of Nova Uniao
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Had an awesome training session with Ken. Ken tuned up my takedown game and made me that much more dangerous.David Avellan, 4 x ADCC Competitor (has victories over Xande Ribeiro and Rener Gracie)