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Tune In For LIVE Q&A With Travis Stevens and Colton Brown!
Keep up with Team USA representative Colton Brown, as Travis hosts another live Q&A from his YouTube Channel TONIGHT at 9pm EST. We’ll link the video below!
Travis takes questions from the chat, and covers a wide range of topics with his guests. He recently had Kayla Harrison and Angelica Delgado on to discuss their competitive futures. The Q&A usually runs over an hour and can provide some interesting insight into the world of Judo. Be sure to tune in!
Colton Brown had his dreams come true when he was selected to represent Team U.S.A in the 2016 Olympics in Rio. He also recently released his first instructional with JudoFanatics.com!
Sasae Tsurikomi Ashi is 4-part systematic approach to making this technique a center part of your game. Take a look at a quick breakdown from this top-notch material below!
Sasae Tsurikomi Ashi To Harai Goshi
Colton uses the Sasae as a key component in his attack strategy. Not only is he really good at this technique, but it lends itself well to combinations. As you can see in the demo, Colton uses Sasae to force a reaction out of his opponent. This leaves him one step ahead for the next attack, which in this case is a beautifully executed Harai Goshi.
As effortless as Colton makes this combination look, there are many working components that make it look this smooth. Thankfully Colton has a way of pointing out crucial concepts like how to maximize your high collar grip, and where to place your planting foot. Key tips like this are littered throughout Colton’s first instructional Sasae Tsurikomi Ashi.
Sasae Tsurikomi Ashi is packed full of combinations that thrive off of a good Sasae set up. Of course Colton dives in on how to be proficient with Sasae Tsurikomi Ashi on it’s own as well. Check it out TODAY!