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  • chillaplata
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    Originally posted by bodhisattva View Post
    Chillaplata:

    Randy Couture "Wrestling for Fighting" is only $35 at barnes and noble.

    It's great.
    Thanks for your very helpful replies, Bodhisattva -- I will certainly check out that book.

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  • 7r14ngL3Ch0k3
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    touch touch go!

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  • bodhisattva
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    good book

    Originally posted by chillaplata View Post
    As a non-wrestler and BJJ beginner I don't even know enough about setting up takedowns to have specific questions. The few articles my quick google search turned up were interesting and potentially helpful, but not exactly comprehensive:

    www.lockflow.com

    http://videos.mmaweekly.com/member-tipoftheweek.php

    Any good links or pointers you could share would be much appreciated.
    Chillaplata:

    Randy Couture "Wrestling for Fighting" is only $35 at barnes and noble.

    It's great.

    Leave a comment:


  • bodhisattva
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    Another set up - hit right then hit it left.

    Originally posted by jubaji View Post
    How do you like to set up a double, single, throw, or anything else?


    Since set-ups are arguably THE most important part of offense, what works for you?


    Also, what questions about set-ups do any non-wrestlers have?
    another of our favorite setups is to hit the move to his left, and if he ties off his left, then hit right away to his right side.


    Single legs, duck under, and major outer reap all work well like this.

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  • bodhisattva
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    Setups for wrestling / fighting

    Originally posted by jubaji View Post
    How do you like to set up a double, single, throw, or anything else?


    Since set-ups are arguably THE most important part of offense, what works for you?


    Also, what questions about set-ups do any non-wrestlers have?
    At the training circle, we work set ups both attached and unattached.

    So we work in the swim drill, pummeling, and find a single leg and a double leg from each of:

    Arm Drag
    Two on One
    Duck Under
    Head Snap
    Slide By
    Shrug

    And also to take their back on some of them.

    We also work setups from biceps control and elbows control for the single and the double.

    Typically, we work at least one judo throw from each of those positions as well.

    So my guys will pummel for a duck under and either do:
    Single Leg
    Double Leg
    Minor Outer Reap

    Or they will go to Two on One and either:
    Single
    Double
    Major Outer Reap
    Or hit a duck under or an arm drag

    Etc.

    We do that almost every workout.

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  • chillaplata
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    As a non-wrestler and BJJ beginner I don't even know enough about setting up takedowns to have specific questions. The few articles my quick google search turned up were interesting and potentially helpful, but not exactly comprehensive:

    www.lockflow.com

    http://videos.mmaweekly.com/member-tipoftheweek.php

    Any good links or pointers you could share would be much appreciated.

    Leave a comment:


  • jubaji
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    Set ups

    How do you like to set up a double, single, throw, or anything else?


    Since set-ups are arguably THE most important part of offense, what works for you?


    Also, what questions about set-ups do any non-wrestlers have?
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