You may lose some matches but you'll win more than you have ever before once you understand these grip fighting secrets.
Why am I doing this? I'm giving you these huge savings as my way of supporting you and helping your gripping game improve!
Dear Judo Enthusiast,
Learning tachiwaza and how to throw is only the first step in the judo process. Before you can reap the rewards, of throwing people in high level competitions, you must get your grip fighting game tight, and that means embracing that grip fighting is a skill that needs to be trained just like your throws…
...For years—decades maybe—we’ve known that if you cannot grip, you cannot throw. We've seen several preople with "great" judo who get beat by people who do not have "great" judo but have great grip fighting. Having great judo will help you win many Kata competitons but it will not stop you frm getting thrown on your head in randori or getng beat in shiai.
But none of that will matter to YOU if you don't get your hands on my Grip Fighting Library. Because cannot throw what you cannot grip!
Let’s face it, you already know enough to throws to demonstate the whole Gokyo No Waza. . You can demonstrate your favorite throw during nagekomi practice, you can uchikomi your tokui waza to death and you can throw some people with it.
You know your stuff.
And so do a lot of people.
So, what's holding the development of your judo and countless others back?
Well, it's 2 things. One, simply put... is grip fighting.
Grip Fighting is just a matter of putting your hands in the right place at the right time and knowing how to keep them therre so that you can execute your tokui waza on ANYBODY. AND most importantly, to make sure that they can't throw you.... AT ALL!
The second is... most people just don't know where to start.
Clearing the Confusion Surrounding the Grip Fighting Landscape
Look, we’ve all been there. You have work. Some of you have school, children and responsibilities. You have things to do and you just want to go to martial arts class and learn and then test your skills at a few tournaments every know and then.
The last thing you need is to add a grip fighthing learning curve to your task list. But I’m here to tell you, if you don’t tackle this job, your judo, your takedowns and your transition game (tachiwaza into newaza) will forever suffer while you keep on getting promoted and keep on learning "judo." But you wil NEVER, and I mean NEVER, throw anybody who understand where to put their hands and why. And your judo will be good but it will never be as good as it can be unless you download this information into your body's "judo cells."
And most of all, you won’t have the ability to help others along the way as much as possible with their development. Your ability to uphoald the banner of "mutual welfare and benefit" will suffer because you won't have the information so that others can mutually benefit.
Clearly, you owe it to yourself—and your training partner—to be the best you can be. This will raise the quality of practice, of training sessions, of judo in your area and your judo as well. And I bet you will also share this information once you have and and put it in the hands of those who need it most.
And I have just the thing to help you do that...
There’s Nothing Magical About Grip Fighting It doesn’t require a degree in exercise science or technical expertise. And unlike just a few years ago, it no longer requires a huge investment.
But it does require that you have a solid understanding grip fighting, proper information, and a bit of a time investment.
Here's Everything You're Getting Right now...
1. The Core of This Special "Subscriber Appreciation" Deal is My High Level Basics Of Grip Fighting Training Lessons. ($7.00 Value)
You will receive a total of 7 educational modules which will show you exactly what to do and why you must do it this way. You will be walked into the domain of the elite and you will understsand grip fighting as you have not understood it before. You will understand why you must have your hands in a certain location, position and orientation. And you will know when to attack and when attacking is not a good option.
2. The Second Portion of This Special "Subscriber Appreciation" Deal is My Cross Gripping Blueprint Training Lessons. ($97.00 Value)
In this video series you will DISCOVER:
3. The Third and Last Portion of This Special "Subscriber Appreciation" Deal is Lefty Vs. Righty: The Definitive Guide To The Kenka Yotsu Situation Training Lessons. ($297.00 Value)
There are 17 educational modules in the "Lefty Versus Righty: The Definitive Foundational Guide For The Kenka Yotsu Situation" course. And each module can stand alone on its own merit as each one lays down an important piece of the lefty vs. righty grip fighting foundation upon which the rest of your judo game development in tachiwaza depends.
I'm more than confident that you'll learn how to make your grip fighting game so robust that you will win matches and dominate randori sessions even if you suck at throwing and even if you can't do an uchimata to save your life.
Do I want you to get better at throwing? Hell YEAH!
But there's no reason why you should lose wlhile you're getting better. You can AND SHOULD win while learning. Winning while getting better is the key. And you should have the option to do that because that's what all of the winners do -- They put themselves in a position to win while they keep developing.
So here's what you get with "Lefty Vs. Righty: The Definitive Guide To The Kenka Yotsu Situation"