J’Den Cox demonstrates The Double Leg Takedown. Learning this will greatly enhance your Jiu Jitsu and Wrestling skills. This is a clip off of his new instructional series “Dynamic Takedowns for BJJ.” J’Den Cox is a 3x NCAA Champion, 4x NCAA All American, 2016 Olympic Bronze Medalist, 2017 World Bronze Medalist, and 2018 World Gold […]

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Ben Askren, 2x NCAA Champion (4x NCAA finalist) is one of the most recognized wrestlers in the world. Ben is notorious for being extremely technical and an extremely great instructor. This Wrestling Move is a clip from Ben Askren’s instructional series “Ultimate Askren.“. Ben Askren was an NCAA D-1 Wrestler and is notorious for being one […]

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To defend the guillotine, you need to have this cartwheel skill. There are a few good drills in this video that can develop your skill and technique.

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BIG 10 Champion Mario Gonzalez and 7x World Champion Rodrigo “Comprido” demonstrating how to properly execute a double leg takedown.

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I know a lot of people who complain about shooting because the impact on their knees. Especially if you are a heavy weight or have a history of knee problems, it can be problematic. Good technique will often take care of most of these issues, but even then, there is of course some impact. Plus, […]

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There are many ways to finish a double leg shot. You can sweep them off their feet in one motion (the classic double leg), you can lift them up and slam (think Matt Hughes), you can trip (think Pablo Popovitch and Marcelo Garcia), or you can sprint and run them over. Each of these finishes […]

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Ben Henderson blasts AJ Agazarm off the stage at Polaris Pro 6. There is no denying that Henderson’s level change, head position and drive step/through is on point!

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Here is a small tip to MASSIVELY improve your double leg takedown in MMA. It is very simple but it can make a lot of difference in your takedown effectiveness.

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In Wrestling a basic name you could use for this would be a High Crotch to Double Leg.

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