Set de DVD Neckbreaker 2 con Erik Paulson
Erik muestra una vertiginosa variedad de manivelas, bloqueos faciales, estrangulaciones, configuraciones de manivelas para el cuello y sumisiones que se pueden realizar mediante manivelas para el cuello (por ejemplo, barras para los brazos) desde el suelo y de pie. Incluyó variaciones para competición pero también para la calle.
Como dice Erik, "estas técnicas no son agradables" y están diseñadas para hacer que incluso los oponentes más duros cedan.
El material adicional incluye estiramientos en profundidad y una gran parte de la "Rutina definitiva para el cuello" personal de Erik. ¡Además, vea a Erik abrirse camino a través de cinco oponentes en vivo seguidos durante una sesión de entrenamiento real en la sede de CSW en Fullerton, California!
The first DVD is a chiropractic instructional in itself for the neck. The second DVD gets into the instruction. I have most or a lot of Eric Paulson's excellent instructionals and I took a leglock seminar with him. His Killer Leglocks 1, 2 and 3 are must have instructionals.
Anyway at the end of the second DVD Erick does some cool rolling.
good information here, but some more explanation would have been nice. personally i didnt like the majority of the first disc since it is mostly warm up and "chiropractic adjustments" to keep a persons neck healthy. i would rather not try chiropractics on some one since i am not a chiropractor. bottom line yet another dvd where paulson shows why his level of knowledge is almost unmatched.
This is a difficult one to review. While some of the instruction is limited, it is after all not a subject for beginners. If you've got Paulson's Student Level series or Bas Rutten's Big DVDs of combat, you'll know enough to get the most out of these DVDs.
What makes this really stand out is the way it shows neck cranks IN CONTEXT. Rather than a neck crank tutorial, it's more about how to add neck cranks to your game. It shows how to go for neck cranks when they defend conventional submissions, how to set up arm and leg submissions with neck cranks and so on. It's a real education in the "physical chess" of grappling, and fascinating to watch.
Agreed, much like The Mount DVD, this 2 disc set leaves something to be desired. Still has some decent info though...just not worth the price and time to find it.
The good: extensive warm-up, stretching, and strengthening section; neumerous entries were demonstrated.
The bad: the DVD pretty much consisted of Paulson running through somewhat repetitive submission chains against his training partners, only rarely stopping to elaborate upon WHAT he was actually doing.
Decent, but definitely lacking.