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3x ALL AMERICAN Wrestler Hudson Taylors 2 Best Moves For BJJ

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Learning Wrestling Is The Perfect Way To Cross Train For Brazilian Jiu Jitsu! Nobody Understands This Better Than 3x ALL AMERICAN Wrestler Hudson Taylor Who Uses Wrestling To Beat All The Top BJJ Guys!

Hudson Taylor is the founder and executive director of Athlete Ally, a former wrestling coach at Columbia University and a prominent straight ally and civil rights activist of LGBT rights. Hudson Taylor was a rare breed of division one wrestler and thespian. As a three time All American wrestler at the University of Maryland, he was ranked 2nd in the country heading into his senior season. He also secured the most pins and the most wins in the history of collegiate wrestling at the University of Maryland, College Park and is ranked among the top five pinners in NCAA wrestling history.

With this in mind, let’s explore how cross training Wrestling can be an effective methods for improving your Brazilian jiu jitsu game!

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Hudson Taylor has a lot of interesting techniques that you can use for all types of grappling including Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. His instructional series, “Wrestling For BJJ” includes all the information you need to adopt a wrestling based system for BJJ that guys just can’t defend, giving you a huge competitive edge. Let’s check out 2 of Hudson’s best moves for Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. Here we go!

#1: How To Defend The Double Leg Takedown

The double leg take down is one of the most common take downs in grappling. This is a really impressive double leg take down defense. Remember that timing is important when defending the double leg.   When your opponent is looking for a double leg take down the first thing you want to do is stop his momentum. Hip check your training partner as soon as he shoots and come over with a cross face to turn his head to the inside. This now means that you no longer have to fight both of his arms. Now sprawl and cover his head with your hips. The next thing you do after you sprawl is reach for a seat belt grip under your training partner’s stomach, pushing his head down and tipping him over, finishing directly in side control.

#2: The Umbrella Guard by Hudson Taylor

This guard is a bit different than many traditional guards. Taylor’s primary goal with this guard is to set himself up take his opponent down using wrestling. The umbrella guard allows Hudson Taylor to come up to his knees in a way where he remains facing his opponent. This enables him to start some type of take down. There are opportunities for single leg, double leg, or other positions often used in wrestling. This is a great technique, especially if your primary grappling experience is wrestling. By setting yourself to get into positions you are familiar with, you give yourself a huge advantage, especially against an opponent who is only familiar with Brazilian Jiu Jitsu techniques.

Wrestling is one of the oldest grappling forms there are literally hundreds of its methods used in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu competition. The essence of Jiu jitsu has been around for many years in these age old arts. Wrestling can help you in many different ways, as demonstrated here by Hudson Taylor. If you liked these two techniques and you want to learn more then check out Hudson Taylor’s instructional series, “Wrestling For BJJ” available exclusively right here on BJJFanatics.com!

Wrestling For BJJ by Hudson Taylor

Learn The Wrestling Based System For Jiu Jitsu That Other BJJ Guys Can’t Defend. Hudson Taylor’s Wrestling System Can Be Adopted By Anyone To Takedown & Control Younger, Stronger Or Higher Belt Opponents – Even Black Belts.

Hudson can show you the easiest takedowns that give you the most bang for your buck. With just a little practice you should be able to takedown virtually any BJJ opponent. Why? BJJ guys don’t practice wrestling takedowns! Doing them or defending them! They are making major errors that you can exploit easily – once you know how! 

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