Sunday, July 25, 2010

Scientific Wrestling Certification Class

Scientific Wrestling Logo September 4th and 5th is the next scheduled Scientific Wrestling Certified Catch Wrestler audit.

Jake Shannon from Scientificwrestling.com has been successful in coordinating material from the original style of Catch-as-Catch-Can wrestling into a course that has been approved by legitimate Catch-as-Catch-Can wrestlers. 

Coach Billy Robinson will oversee the implementation and training of the next audit this September.  Coach Robinson is a heavily sought after Catch Wrestling instructor who just recently finished a seminar at Xtreme Couture’s in Las Vegas. Billy Robinson is noted for coaching MMA legends such as Josh Barnett and Kazushi Sakuraba.

I had the good fortune of attending the last audit in March and was impressed by the level of instruction that was taught. Coach Robinson methodically broke down each technique step by step. Coach Robinson taught for two full days and we only scratched the surface of what Catch Wrestling has to offer to any level of grappler. 

I am looking forward to learning new techniques as well as fine tuning the ones that I learned from the Level 1 audit.

7 comments:

  1. Great blog header, keep up the good work!

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  2. Great Site! Just what the sport needs in NY, a dedicated wrestler to promote the sport. Looking forward to signing up when you start classes!

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  3. We are holding practices at my place on tues and thurs, 6pm. We have a small group of guys looking to improve their grappling game.

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  4. great site Alex good luck

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  5. Great Coaching, Great Site, and Hardcore Training! My game has increased considerably since training with you guys at nycatch. See ya at practice tonight coach, and thanks for everything.

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  6. Hello Alex. It is Edd from Edmonton. I had a great time in Salt Lake with you and the Boys. I try to get my guys to practice the flow of wrestling, recognizing opportunities when they happen and trying stuff. I think that is what is different about catch and BJJ at certain points. Catch always seems to be moving like two dogs going at it in a fight while BJJ is not like that at all. Just my feeling about the difference. Keep up the good work and hope to see you soon. Edd

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  7. I'm going to be moving back to NY back the end of this month, and would like to get involved with your classes. Where are you located? When you get this message, please send me an email - guerillgrip@gmail.com.

    I also have a blog as well. Love to hear from you.

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