Marti Malloy - Turn Over Transition
Grappling • 1m 29s
On a failed take down attempt by your opponent, this technique will help you get your opponent from the turtle position to their back. You can work this position for time to see how efficient you can be with the movement, or do it for a set number of reps and then switch.
Judo | Sweep | Partner Drill | Ground Work | Partner Drill
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