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  1. largeli Orange Belt

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    Anyone hear anything about mark schultz takedown instructionals? It seems to cover a whole lot of aspects of takedowns. 50 bux though.

    http://www.scientificwrestling.com/DVD.htm#Schultz

    Can anyone reccomend this or another good takedown instructional?
     
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    Darrell Gholar DVDs are very good.
     
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    Gholar's set is decent but really only covers a small area of takedowns, namely those from the shoot. I don't recall any takedowns from the clinch though it's been some time since I've last viewed them.

    Karo's set is decent for takedowns from the clinch.
     
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    I really like Darrell Gholar's DVD. He covers takedowns from the clinch, shoot, and against the cage.
     
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    is it comparable to Darrel Gohlars?
     
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    OUCH!!! just checked it out and its 200 bux for the 6 vhs set!!!!
    It may be the holy grail to takedown instructionals but i think ill get the Gohlar one for 30 bux.
     
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    Do they sell it in a DVD version?
     
  13. leto1776 Sherdog Wet Shaver Platinum Member

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    any idea where to pick it up? I don't recall seeing it on budo videos,and they usually carry everything.
     
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    The Van Arsdale and Jackson ones cover everything, Randy Couture and Frank Shamrock have some good DVD's on takedowns as well.
     
  15. dildoo~baggins Orange Belt

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    I've seen both and MVA & KJ'S is better... its MUCH more extensive altho gohlars is great.



    $200 isnt too much to ask for when everything they teach is equivilant to about 20 hour long private lessons with a world class instructor...


    if youre serious, get it!
     
  16. Madmick Zugzwang Staff Member Senior Moderator

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    Oh...my...God.

    See post #8.
     

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