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The Snap Down

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6 comments
Al says July 26, 2017

Is snapping down from the undertook less effective. Only asking because I like to go right to the pancake

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    David Avellan says July 27, 2017

    Not really. I suppose it would be slightly less effective than with a closed grip or classic grip because those grips prevent their posting arm from posting, whereas the under hook wouldn’t do as good as a job. However, that has no effect on the actual snap down. Rather, it would be how he bases once he is snapped down.

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Roy says October 11, 2017

Do you have a video with potential submissions from this move? I guess a North South Kimura maybe? (I have your KT system.)

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    David Avellan says October 17, 2017

    Check out http://frontheadlock.com for a lot of possible options here.

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Marlon Hodges says July 10, 2018

Kool

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William Weber says February 12, 2020

As always I love your teaching skills and instruction. Look forward to them everyday in my email!!!

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