This is the only clip I could find on youtube. It's a good clip, but doesn't highlight his incredible "invisible jiu-jitsu" details. Salamone's "Wrestling Plan For The Jiu-Jitsu Man" is amazing. I've never seen so much detail packed into one instructional. He spends entire DVDs telling you what to do with your arms, your balance, your weight, etc. when you drop and shoot on someone's legs. And these aren't worthless details: they're basically details you would naturally pick up after years of wrestling. Maybe this DVD series speaks to me in particular because I've been doing some of these things on my own, even though no one ever told me to do them, because it seemed like the only way to make my shots faster and harder. For the last little while I've been trying to incorporate Jack Dempsey's drop step from Championship Boxing into my shoots because it seemed like it would fix a lot of my problems. Imagine my surprise when I find an entire DVD series dedicated to every possible detail of shooting with a drop step. All this time I thought I was just doing some bullshit thing to compensate for the fact that I couldn't shoot properly. Just like Dempsey, he says you must make contact with your opponent before you hit the ground. He tells you how to prime your shot using your balance and to how to shoot your hands out to gather maximum momentum when you explode forward. He tells you a million little things that, once lined up, immediately change the entire game. I literally can't believe how fast I am now. My 220lbs body is flying through the air like a little guy. Unreal. I highly recommend you get your hands on this series.