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Magic Mat Work by Hudson Taylor

Finally Have The Secrets And Tricks Behind Hudson Taylor’s Magic Touch On The Mats Revealed In This 8-Volume Mega Series

  • After one of the best NCAA pinning careers ever, All-American and ACC Champion Hudson Taylor is here with a full masterclass on how to manage a match and turn anyone
  • Hudson Taylor is now joining with Fanatic Wrestling to show the mat work and match management that led him to being one of the top-10 NCAA pin leaders of ALL TIME
  • In this new 8-volume instructional series, Hudson goes through every detail you’ll ever need to pin at the highest levels of the sport. The former Terrapin brings an incredible wealth of knowledge for the viewers
  • No matter how you prefer to ride on top, there is a highly detailed system here that gives you combinations of moves that you can keep cycling through, always chain wrestling while you work from referee’s position
  • Whether it’s cradles, tilts, half nelsons, or with boots in, build out your skill set and start picking up back points asap with Hudson’s help


Course Content

Volume 1

intro 0 - :38
intro to 8 positions of control :38 - 6:51
stance, motion, hand fighting 6:51 - 12:24
trips, throws, and slide bys 12:24 - 16:53
high level offense and defense 16:53 - 22:49
low level offense and defense 22:49 - 28:23
front headlock 28:23 - 34:05
rear standing position 34:05 - 38:39
referees position 38:39 - 45:15
flat 45:15 - 53:39

Volume 2

match strategy 0 - 14:33
practicing with a purpose 14:33 - 19:20
hip buckle mat return 19:20 - 22:59
counter to baby stand up #1 22:59 - 26:39
counter to baby stand up #2 26:39 - 29:46
counter to baby stand up #3 29:46 - 34:18
mat return when opponent gets standing 34:18 - 37:59
turning mat return when opponent is standing 37:59 - 41:15
rear standing to double leg 41:15 - 43:32
claw turk 43:32 - 48:36

Volume 3

stack from single wrist ride 0 - 5:20
single wrist ride to half 5:20 - 10:58
single wrist to arm out on back 10:58 - 16:06
far side cradle 16:06 - 20:50
lazy man cradle 20:50 - 26:02
3/4 cradle 26:02 - 31:38
roll through cradle from front head lock 31:38 - 35:34
cross wrist tilt 35:34 - 40:03
the saylor 40:03 - 43:03
cross wrist tilt when opponent is flat 43:03 - 46:13
lambercht tilt 46:13 - 49:42
gillespie tilt 49:42 - 54:05
claw tilt 54:05 - 57:53

Volume 4

power half turn from legs 0 - 6:13
the moneymaker 6:13 - 13:05
moneymaker 2.0 when facing a bendi-flex 13:05 - 16:35
half Nelson to counter the quad pod 16:35 - 21:03
seat belt turn 21:03 - 25:06
the pin up 25:06 - 28:23
riding legs recovery 28:23 - 32:36
2 on 1 tilt from double legs 32:36 - 36:01
head and arm tilt 36:01 - 40:20
inside out legs 40:20 - 43:07

Volume 5

intro to bottom 0 - :50
bottom wrestling philosophy :50 - 3:38
stand up escape 3:38 - 6:36
knee slide 6:36 - 10:51
changeover 10:51 - 15:15
defense to far knee far ankle 15:15 - 19:01
iron frog drill 19:01 - 20:50
recovery after mat return 20:50 - 25:15
standing granby 25:15 - 29:59
granby from the mat 29:59 - 32:26

Volume 6

elevator 0 - 3:21
cross hand wrist roll 3:21 - 6:23
claw counter 6:23 - 9:35
the wave 9:35 - 12:05
bi-pod leg counter 12:05 -16:49
counter to banana split 16:49 - 20:16
counter to power half 20:16 - 25:46
defending legs when opponent laces ankles 25:46 - 29:02
defending legs when opponent grabs own ankle 29:02 - 32:31
counter when we're flat and opponent has one leg in 32:31 - 35:05
counter when we're flat and opponent has one leg in variation 35:05 - 38:42

Volume 7

defending double boots when we're flat 0 - 3:43
defending near side single wrist 3:43 - 7:24
defending the cross wrist 7:24 - 10:33
countering when ankle is trapped 10:33 - 14:03
knee slide from flat 14:03 - 18:14
octopus escape 18:14 - 22:26
octopus escape from cross wrist ride 22:26 - 25:31
counter to far wrist control when flat 25:31 - 28:43
cross wrist reversal from flat 28:43 - 33:53

Volume 8

intro to unconventional techniques 0 - 1:04
the sampson 1:04 - 4:28
X tilt 4:28 - 7:03
X stack 7:03 - 10:05
X grip to double grapes 10:05 - 12:59
wheelbarrel turn 12:59 - 16:57
hurdeler turk 16:57 - 21:02
sankaku turk 21:02 - 25:02
reverse cross face from legs 25:02 - 28:56
4 finger control from top 28:56 - 33:20
calf slicer tilt 33:20 - 36:55
reverse single leg to bow and arrow turn 36:55 - 41:51

Magic Mat Work by Hudson Taylor

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Finally Have The Secrets And Tricks Behind Hudson Taylor’s Magic Touch On The Mats Revealed In This 8-Volume Mega Series

  • After one of the best NCAA pinning careers ever, All-American and ACC Champion Hudson Taylor is here with a full masterclass on how to manage a match and turn anyone
  • Hudson Taylor is now joining with Fanatic Wrestling to show the mat work and match management that led him to being one of the top-10 NCAA pin leaders of ALL TIME
  • In this new 8-volume instructional series, Hudson goes through every detail you’ll ever need to pin at the highest levels of the sport. The former Terrapin brings an incredible wealth of knowledge for the viewers
  • No matter how you prefer to ride on top, there is a highly detailed system here that gives you combinations of moves that you can keep cycling through, always chain wrestling while you work from referee’s position
  • Whether it’s cradles, tilts, half nelsons, or with boots in, build out your skill set and start picking up back points asap with Hudson’s help


Course Content

Volume 1

intro 0 - :38
intro to 8 positions of control :38 - 6:51
stance, motion, hand fighting 6:51 - 12:24
trips, throws, and slide bys 12:24 - 16:53
high level offense and defense 16:53 - 22:49
low level offense and defense 22:49 - 28:23
front headlock 28:23 - 34:05
rear standing position 34:05 - 38:39
referees position 38:39 - 45:15
flat 45:15 - 53:39

Volume 2

match strategy 0 - 14:33
practicing with a purpose 14:33 - 19:20
hip buckle mat return 19:20 - 22:59
counter to baby stand up #1 22:59 - 26:39
counter to baby stand up #2 26:39 - 29:46
counter to baby stand up #3 29:46 - 34:18
mat return when opponent gets standing 34:18 - 37:59
turning mat return when opponent is standing 37:59 - 41:15
rear standing to double leg 41:15 - 43:32
claw turk 43:32 - 48:36

Volume 3

stack from single wrist ride 0 - 5:20
single wrist ride to half 5:20 - 10:58
single wrist to arm out on back 10:58 - 16:06
far side cradle 16:06 - 20:50
lazy man cradle 20:50 - 26:02
3/4 cradle 26:02 - 31:38
roll through cradle from front head lock 31:38 - 35:34
cross wrist tilt 35:34 - 40:03
the saylor 40:03 - 43:03
cross wrist tilt when opponent is flat 43:03 - 46:13
lambercht tilt 46:13 - 49:42
gillespie tilt 49:42 - 54:05
claw tilt 54:05 - 57:53

Volume 4

power half turn from legs 0 - 6:13
the moneymaker 6:13 - 13:05
moneymaker 2.0 when facing a bendi-flex 13:05 - 16:35
half Nelson to counter the quad pod 16:35 - 21:03
seat belt turn 21:03 - 25:06
the pin up 25:06 - 28:23
riding legs recovery 28:23 - 32:36
2 on 1 tilt from double legs 32:36 - 36:01
head and arm tilt 36:01 - 40:20
inside out legs 40:20 - 43:07

Volume 5

intro to bottom 0 - :50
bottom wrestling philosophy :50 - 3:38
stand up escape 3:38 - 6:36
knee slide 6:36 - 10:51
changeover 10:51 - 15:15
defense to far knee far ankle 15:15 - 19:01
iron frog drill 19:01 - 20:50
recovery after mat return 20:50 - 25:15
standing granby 25:15 - 29:59
granby from the mat 29:59 - 32:26

Volume 6

elevator 0 - 3:21
cross hand wrist roll 3:21 - 6:23
claw counter 6:23 - 9:35
the wave 9:35 - 12:05
bi-pod leg counter 12:05 -16:49
counter to banana split 16:49 - 20:16
counter to power half 20:16 - 25:46
defending legs when opponent laces ankles 25:46 - 29:02
defending legs when opponent grabs own ankle 29:02 - 32:31
counter when we're flat and opponent has one leg in 32:31 - 35:05
counter when we're flat and opponent has one leg in variation 35:05 - 38:42

Volume 7

defending double boots when we're flat 0 - 3:43
defending near side single wrist 3:43 - 7:24
defending the cross wrist 7:24 - 10:33
countering when ankle is trapped 10:33 - 14:03
knee slide from flat 14:03 - 18:14
octopus escape 18:14 - 22:26
octopus escape from cross wrist ride 22:26 - 25:31
counter to far wrist control when flat 25:31 - 28:43
cross wrist reversal from flat 28:43 - 33:53

Volume 8

intro to unconventional techniques 0 - 1:04
the sampson 1:04 - 4:28
X tilt 4:28 - 7:03
X stack 7:03 - 10:05
X grip to double grapes 10:05 - 12:59
wheelbarrel turn 12:59 - 16:57
hurdeler turk 16:57 - 21:02
sankaku turk 21:02 - 25:02
reverse cross face from legs 25:02 - 28:56
4 finger control from top 28:56 - 33:20
calf slicer tilt 33:20 - 36:55
reverse single leg to bow and arrow turn 36:55 - 41:51

 

What Is On This Series? 

Learn A Full System Around How To Stay In Control, On Top, And Working For The Pin With ACC Champion, All-American, & D1 Coach Hudson Taylor

-Introduce yourself to Hudson’s detail-oriented way of wrestling by first learning his 8 positions of control. Each one, escalating from on the feet and not touching to a broken down opponent on the mat, brings with it a new set of challenges that you can only master when you have identified them. By getting this in mind, you can get more out of your practice time, match management, and positional control. Also learn, with examples and definitive time demands, how to manage a match and the clock while you wrestle (including exactly how fast into each match you should be shooting for takedowns!). Your mindset will always lead the matches, so learning the exact way that one of the best pinners ever thinks and practices is really valuable information for any wrestler or coach serious about leveling up.

-Add into your skillset every turn and pin that Hudson used in one of the most successful bonus point careers in history, from high school through NCAA. During his time as a National Prep Champion at the legendary Blair Academy, Hudson developed one of the best single wrist rides ever, chaining it to stacks, halfs, and armbars from everywhere. Now you can finally see the series that has made Blair one of the best programs in history! In addition, go deep into how to cradle like a this ACC Wrestler Of The Year, from nearside, farside, even rolling across your own back. Once you are ready to light up the scoreboard, add in the high volume tilts you can be using to destabilize and take the base out from anyone in the bracket. Each tilt has its own specifics, but you can master each with the instruction given here, including the Gillespie tilt, the Lambrecht tilt, the cross-wrist tilt, and the Saylor tilt.

-Once boots start coming in, a lot of wrestlers start clamming up, not sure what to do. You can leave all that in the past, because even as a 197-pounder, Hudson was always prolific with his hooks in, including with his dreaded moneymaker variation on the power half. Learn how to put your boots in and score big, or how to clear them out and escape every time. This no longer has to be a dreaded situation, it can be your points consistently!

 -Escaping from bottom comes down to two things: your mindset and how much space you can create. Now you can learn both at once, on these 8-volumes. In systematic fashion, learn the small movements, then the techniques, then the counters you need to wrestle through anything you see from bottom. With escapes, granby rolls, and standups that are as bulletproof as they are technical, never get ridden out again.

 -We couldn’t bring in an innovator like Hudson without letting him go deep into some of the never before shown moves that he has been perfecting and inventing. Hudson developed his wrestling into a super successful grappling style (and became a jiu-jitsu world champion!) With nearly a dozen turns from common positions, you can add in some flash and excitement to the same few top moves, and really catch your next practice partner by surprise.