Brandon Escobar provides a complete guide to the best wrestling techniques for MMA
- Take a detailed look at the over under 50/50 position and learn how to quickly get to the back of your opponent and capitalize on the position.
- Use the underhook to the Russian tie variation and manipulate your opponent's movements before they ever see what’s coming.
- In addition to these high level attacks, build your defensive game using these techniques to properly defend against the front headlock and other compromising positions.
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Improve Every Aspect Of Your Game By Incorporating This High Level Wrestling Tailored Specifically For MMA Into Your Arsenal And Become More Effective With Your Grappling With Brandon Escobar
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What Will You Learn?
In terms of MMA, striking is only half of the puzzle. Having proper wrestling and grappling is becoming more and more important as the bar of talent continues to rise. Grappling for MMA has some major differences from traditional wrestling and Jiu Jitsu as being hit is an additional threat. In this series, Brandon Escobar has developed a series of wrestling techniques that are specifically designed to protect yourself while improving your position to attack for MMA.
Take a detailed look at the proper entries into the over under 50/50 position, and learn how to properly use both overhooks and underhooks to your advantage. Master a series of transitions to some of the most controlling positions such as the Russian tie and the front headlock, and always know in the back of your head exactly where you are going next.
Getting to your opponent's back is one of the most dominating and controlling positions you could be, especially in an MMA fight. Brandon devotes a ton of time and technique in this series to making sure you know the best avenues to the back from all sorts of positions such as the front headlock or double underhooks. He also provides numerous effective takedowns such as the inside trip and fireman's carry that also help ensure you land in a dominant position.
Incorporating techniques from multiple different forms of martial arts, Brandon has developed a wrestling method that covers every base of what is needed to be successful in MMA. Finding the best routes to the most controlling positions while setting up high level attacks in addition to protecting yourself at the same time. If you train or fight MMA, these are techniques that you can not go without. Invest in yourself and check out his instructional now!