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  1. lklawson is offline

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    Early forms of the Single Leg takedown

    ...sometimes called the "leg dive" and the like.































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    Yet another awesome thread on WMA, Kirk. Awesome pics, as usual. I have a question: is this Lancanshire Catch-As-Catch-Can?
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    Quote Originally Posted by judoist View Post
    is this Lancanshire Catch-As-Catch-Can?
    No, not specifically. These were culled from a number of sources. The photos were mostly from generic CaCC/Scientific Wrestling manuals. #1 is from Charles Atlas and #5 is from Farmer Burns, for example.

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    The elbow and leg hold has a smooth transition into fireman's carry (kata guruma in Judo). I'll try it in tonght's class and write about it later.
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    I've seen the move in Position 55 end in a shin to the groin:
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    fantastic. where's the last one from?



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    Quote Originally Posted by tim_stl View Post
    fantastic. where's the last one from?
    Wrestling - Part Two by Billy Sandow and Ed "Strangler" Lewis

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    Quote Originally Posted by CodosDePiedra View Post
    I've seen the move in Position 55 end in a shin to the groin:
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    Yup. You may note that Farmer Burns (pic #5 in this montage) specifically says not to do it that way. :)

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    Fabian von Auerswald has a single leg take-down and a fireman's carry as well. I can't seem to get the image from the pdf to copy though. cuz I tarded.
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    Self indulgent derail

    Quote Originally Posted by lklawson View Post
    My go to takedown in H.S. wrestling was a cross body arm drag to fireman's carry or kata guruma which is almost exactly what is pictured there. The only difference being that I grab my opponent's tricep with my arm above the plane of my shoulders. In other words, my arm is in the Americana, rather than the Kimura position like in the photograph.

    When you pull one of his arms across his body before you enter for the throw your opponent can't pancake you back into the crucifix position. See photo again.

    Pictures like these and the "Origins of grappling" thread cause me to wonder how many times people have rediscovered throwing and grappling techniques throughout history.
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