In this course, Head Coach Carl Adams of Boston University Wrestling demonstrates the a takedown technique series and shows how to develop a system of attack. A) Front Headlock, B) Russian Two on One, C) Under Hook Series D) Head Snap and Control. Approximate running time of entire course is 60 minutes.
|1||Introduction to Special Takedowns 03:21|
|2||Setting Up your Man for a Tie Up 05:02|
|3||Techniques to Attack from Tie Up Positions 01:13|
|4||Head Snap 01:19|
|5||The Underhook Series 01:34|
|6||Controlling the Underhook 02:53|
|7||What Direction to Move When You Control the Underhook Position 03:09|
|8||Techniques to Use from the Underhook Position 06:29|
|9||Defending the Underhook 05:12|
|10||Offensive Moves from the Russian Tie Position 02:34|
|11||Defending the Russian Tie 02:22|
|12||The Front Headlock Series 01:38|
|13||How to Control the Headlock 06:41|
|14||Techniques after Getting your Man on the Mat 09:29|
|15||Attacking your Opponent on his Feet 10:26|
A+W Wrestling actually started over 33 years ago. Carl Adams has been introducing innovative wrestling products to the market for over 33 years. His World Class Wrestling Institute is considered by many to be the finest wrestling camp in the world. He has written three very popular instructional wrestling books and his 9 instructional wrestling videos have been the most popular instructional wrestling videos over the past 17 years. Over 100,000 of his videos are being studied worldwide.
Carl also invented the "ADAM" Takedown Machine 30 years ago. The "ADAM" Takedown Machine is considered by many to be the finest takedown training device ever for the sport of wrestling. That is, until now.
During September of 2003, Carl Adams, a former four time National Champion and college coach for the past 34 years, felt that there was a tremendous need for what is now called the Snap and Shoot Takedown System. Carl and one of his former wrestlers, Dr. Earl Walker acted on their belief of what this piece of equipment could do for wrestlers at Boston University and for wrestlers all over the country. Hence, A+W Wrestling Equipment Inc. was formed.
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