So What's On This Series?
Become A Brutal Takedown Artist And Always Be In Control With This Brutal 2-On-1 Series
It’s time to start winning those takedown battles by giving yourself a new weapon in your arsenal, and the Russian tie can be that answer now. Learn how to get into the Russian tie from distance or from a lock up, and how to do it the RIGHT way, giving yourself every little bit of leverage that can make or break the position. From there, it’s about attacking to every level. Dan shows the adjustments he makes to attack the body with hip tosses and firemans, or how to clears out those ties to get to singles, doubles, ankle picks, and even a sneaky little foot sweep that has underrated power. Once you have the offense down, Dan leads you through how to clear and counter these same ties, so that you never end up caught in your own traps. This is a perfect series for anyone who needs that new attacking style from the feet, so they can really start scoring points in bunches the next time they enter a tournament.
Dan’s knowledge and expertise doesn’t just stop when he gets in on the takedown, he is a master at finishing against even the most stubborn athletes. His key? Relentless attacks and bulletproof technique, getting his whole body in the right positions so that he is using leverage and not brute strength to accomplish his task. The single leg takedown can be one of the hardest to complete on a scrambling opponent, so be sure to watch and learn all of the details that you need as Dan goes through finish after finish. From elevating the ankle (and keeping them from starting the scramble), to finishing quick mid-level, or how to turn bad, stretched-out shots into real points with some clever backdoor elevations, Dan shows a single leg that will work for you the next time you can’t seem to turn that attack into 2. He even gets deep into the dreaded crackdown, showing how to keep from getting stalemated and stood back up, and instead ending up on top and in control consistently and cleanly.
Any offensive wrestler needs a strong short offense game, and Dan gets deep into the front headlock series that he perfected in the Penn State room all those years ago. Getting to the front headlock and going behind may be simple at the youth level, but as you get older, it gets more and more complicated. By using these moves, and playing them off of each other, you can still end up behind for your 2 points. With pressure, precision, and patience, every front headlock can become a takedown or a fall, with this series from Dan Vallimont.