The reality is that the majority of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu athletes are bad at wrestling. And not just when it comes to their offense, but their defense as well – for example, their reaction time when someone takes a shot.
One of the best ways to take down your opponent in grappling and jiu-jitsu is undoubtedly through the use of single and double legs. However, although these takedowns are often regarded as “fundamental,” they can be tough to set up against tougher opponents. This is because a good shot will always include a level change and a penetration step, which can be very hard to get to against athletic opponents in a good stance.
If you’re in a search for super useful takedowns – ones that you can actually use in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu – then you’re going to love this technique from Pat Downey!
Here’s how to get it done:
Send Your Next Opponent Through The Air With These Air Downey Takedowns.
- Learn the technique secrets behind one of America’s most unique wrestlers, World Team Member Pat Downey.
- Lock people up and send them through the air for high amplitude moves from all of Pat’s favorite positions.