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Discover the almost magical ability to take down opponents on demand...
Every martial arts expert on the planet agrees
Taking down a resisting, athletic opponent is the most difficult of all fighting techniques.
In fact, even many Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Black Belts (the BEST grapplers on the planet) default to pulling guard as opposed to launching an all out attack to take their opponent down HARD.
But imagine if YOU had that very power?
The power to throw another man (no matter how big, how strong, or how mean) right there down on the floor. Just lying there too stunned to move as you move in for the kill if necessary.
Sound like a fairy tale? It doesnt have to be...
Let me help you quickly and easily master the art of takedowns with a strategy that likely defies everything you currently THINK you know about fighting!
The Dirty Little Grappling Secret You NEED To Know...
Martial arts instructors HATE teaching and practicing throws and takedowns.
The sad truth is that takedowns HURT, throws can cause MASSIVE injury, and (as I mentioned before) it all traditionally takes A LOT of practice.
Three things that cause students to quit training and in turn cause those martial arts instructors to lose money.
Even traditional judo schools these days focus more on ground fighting for fear of student injury.
But ignoring the problem NEVER solves anything. Dont you agree?
Introducing Arm Drag Judo: The Quickest, Easiest Way ToTake ANYONE Down, Safely and Effectively!
Knowing the truth about this problem, I decided to provide a solution to help martial artists, athletes, and real people like you enjoy the satisfaction of having a complete set of takedown skills.
Using sound, proven principles and real-world experience, rather than simply ignoring the problem.
So I took everything I know about Judo, wrestling, and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, and put it into a simple sequence of techniques that you can use to take even the most accomplished stand-up fighter down to the groundFAST.
This is that very sequence as well astheexact step-by-step method to practice, implement, and use it.
See you inside!
Professor ChrisPizzoUpdated on 14 November, 2018