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HIGH SINGLE LEG FINISHES

HIGH SINGLE LEG FINISHES

Instruction Video: High Single Leg Finishes ¬† These single leg finishes work in conjunction with the single leg finishes shown in this May 2011 blog post. If running the pipe failed me I went straight to the finishes in the post followed by the finishes shown below. If I was in a tight spot and […]

UNDERHOOK TO INSIDE SINGLE

UNDERHOOK TO INSIDE SINGLE

Instructional Blog: Underhook to Inside Single The underhook to an inside single leg was probably my favorite takedown from this position. It is safe and effective, a combination that is always good for wrestling. Drill this move in combination with the Underhook to Outside Single as well as the Underhook to Kneetap. You want to […]

UNDERHOOK TO OUTSIDE SINGLE

UNDERHOOK TO OUTSIDE SINGLE

Instructional Video: Underhook to Outside Single Underhooks are very effective when used correctly. However if you sit there and don’t use the move you will be in trouble. When an opponent tried to stall with an underhook I welcome it and hit my fireman’s carry. Here is one finish that you can use to avoid […]

SINGLE TO DOUBLE

SINGLE TO DOUBLE

Instructional Video: Single to Double The video below is the next move you would go to if the single to limp arm does not work for you. With the single to double you have to use your opponent’s momentum. This move will take a decent amount of practice as do all of the moves where timing is […]

SINGLE LEG TO LIMP ARM

SINGLE LEG TO LIMP ARM

INSTRUCTIONAL VIDEO BLOG: SINGLE TO LIMP This video shows the importance of chain wrestling or going from one move to the next to the next, as did the previous post on the peak out. It is the same principle. When you shoot a single leg you cannot expect to finish it cleanly¬†every time. The video […]

SINGLE LEG

SINGLE LEG

Instructional Video Blog: Outside Single Leg The thumbless hand grip is very important as is the way I rotate on my right knee to get to the side of my opponent. Once I am there, I push off my trail leg which in this case is my left leg. Be careful not to have your […]