Here's a simple position counter for if all else fails and the takedown succeeds, should ideally give you the back or the disengage if that's what your gameplan is. Check it out, as always like-share-subscribe to original poster.
Friday, November 28, 2014
Thursday, November 27, 2014
Here's what all the jiu-jitsu guys and gals have been waiting for, some submission counters to the double leg takedown. First the most obvious, the guillotine, and a setup in case the guillotine counter fails. Check it out and don't forget to check out other videos by the original poster.
Oh I almost forgot, Happy Thanksgiving!
Wednesday, November 19, 2014
Creative double leg takedown counter throw. Starts out later than you ideally want to defend a takedown, the opponent is already penetrated through the mid-range and is already into a takedown. It's already too late to sprawl, think of this as a last ditch counter.
EDIT: Additional Technique
EDIT: Additional Technique
Just came across this double leg takedown counter throw, it's similar in concept to the previous throw, however this is more ideal as the reaction comes before the opponent has penetrated your defensive range. Don't forget to check out the original posters, like/subscribe/share ect
Monday, November 17, 2014
Difference in double leg takedowns, the basic shot vs the lower shot that is more effective for wrestling (i.e. lower levels and no striking) also not recommended because of the energy required to perform the shot each time.
Friday, November 14, 2014
Dan Gable goes over the double leg takedown, keep in mind these setups are for wrestling, so you have to adapt them for mma, aka protect yourself, watch for knees and initiate with striking. The form and posture are correct for getting the takedown no matter the setting, ie. grappling, mma, or wrestling. Pay close attention to the posture and level change as well as the multiple setup attempts before the actual takedown attempt.
Wednesday, November 12, 2014
Double leg takedown defense, an advanced sprawl technique in addition to a crossface to help disrupt the posture of the practitioner in order to shut down the takedown.
Monday, November 10, 2014
Some perspective as well as technique work, thinking of a double leg as similar to a jab. Seeing it as a weapon, but also as a tool to set up other techniques. Good points also about posture, changing levels when you're attempting a lift in order to get the practitioner's hips and legs engaged instead of the back and arms, which relies too much on strength rather than technique. remember to like and subscribe the the OP.
Thursday, November 6, 2014
A couple variations on the double leg, by the Hall of Famer Tito Ortiz. The first is an outside variation with built in technique to avoid the opponent's guard. The second variation is a head outside, double leg (the opponent sprawls then turn the corner) that lands the practitioner in back mount, which is advantageous for obvious reasons.