Congratulations on making the decision to get started with Kettlebells for grapplers! You won't regret it (but your training partners will)
Because you have chosen to get started today, you have a one-time only opportunity to get your hands on a few more products that will help you enhance you overall grappling performance.
This DVD includes 7 of my favourite no-gi takedowns I use in both freestyle wrestling and submission grappling tournaments. Included is a firemans carry and a smooth double leg takedown. This DVD is great for anyone looking at entering some no-gi tournaments and is interested in learning some easy takedowns.
This download includes the 3 best ways to release the arm when attacking with juji gatame. After knowing these arm releases you will never waste a great finishing opportunity ever again - and your partners will hate you for it.
A daily food journal is a great way to achieve your nutrition goals by recording everything you consume on a daily basis. If you are looking at moving up or down a weight division or you just want to stay healthy, this journal will help keep track of your daily food habits.
The Beginners Guide to Grappling includes in-depth explanations of various Ne-waza positions as well as easy to follow step-by-step photos of various throws and submissions in both and no-gi situations. Also included are basic guard passes and transition techniques from Tachi-waza into Ne-waza.
This handbook is designed to give basic technical advice and demonstrate how Judo can be utilized in various situations.
This video download demonstrates the correct way to approach a turtled opponent and more importantly, how to create an opening for a quick and effective attack. The skills covered in this video are a must for anyone looking at gaining the upper hand in the Tachi waza to Ne waza transitions.
This video download is jam-packed with simple and innovative ways to stop your opponent from securing a good position in Ne waza. Included are quick and easy Judo specific strategies to pull guard or stall your opponent until the referee intervenes.
With these techniques in your hands you will become a lot more confident at defending whilst in Ne waza.
Attacking while in the turtle position is a fantastic way to gain an advantage or even a submission. Drilling these attacks will ensure your opponents will think twice before engaging you in ne waza.
In this Video download Matt shows you 5 super nasty neck cranks you can use in ADCC and some no-gi grappling tournaments. He also show you his nifty quarter nelson that will help you hold and control anyone of any size in side control.