ESP RAW 168
The Elevator Operator
Position, Part 2
This volume picks up right where we left off on RAW 167. This is the Post-Aggression Phase of the Mount Escape Material.
Tactics & Drills Covered Are:
- What to do when the Go-To Sweep has been denied by an opponent with great base or long arms putting that far-post out of our evil little hands.
- We will then chase them down with a little evil called a Belly-Vator Hook-Up.
- From there we will hit three versions of the old-school JudoSankaku. [Usually this works well with a gi and a little less so flash-on-flesh, but there are two tweaks that put this back in our old-school hands.]
- We'll go into great detail as to when and where to use the 3 variations AND much of it has to do with lower-body control. If you don't make your Ankle-Pick Switches in the right order-fuggedaboutit.
- We'll discuss three ways each Sankaku can be finished depending on the circumference of your opponent and the length of your own limbs.
- And...for those of us with short legs, do not despair there is a nifty way to make all three of these transition into neck-breakers/spine-locks so you can skip some of the finesse work.
- Next we discuss how to deal with an opponent who crashes your Elevator Operator.
- We'll fight back with the Rock & Kick...
- The Gate-Crasher Sweep...
- And the Double-Ankle Reap.
- Speaking of that Reap, if you've been thinking you've not been seeing any leg-locks from this old man in quite sometime...the wait is over.
As per usual, this volume comes with a printed syllabus for gym use.
ESP RAW 168 can be had the month of October 2016 for $32 (S & H included--Domestic & International) at the end of the month the price goes to $42 Domestic/$52 International. [Of course, it's only $26.50 for the RAW Crew.]