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    I believe he was a state runner up last year.

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    How do you defend against this move (cement mixer, twister, gator roll)?

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    i think you just post a leg the way he wants to roll you, or just stand up to your feet

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    I think i've been taught this move... except my coach just said it was "Basically a russian roll to a DG"
    He told me when your opponent wants to hit one on you, make your base really wide also helps.. if your knees are close its gonna be easy to get pulled over

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    Quote Originally Posted by b3brougher View Post
    How do you defend against this move (cement mixer, twister, gator roll)?
    first off this is not a gator roll. this is something that really gets on my nerves. a gator roll is an entirely different move all together, as it's only for freestyle and greco. you do not want to stop your momentum with a gator roll but with this you do. i know that every move has multiple names but in this case these ppl are just renaming this b/c they don't know what to call it. it's either a cement mixer or twister. don't use the name of a different move on a move that you never seen or heard before.

    now i got that out, here are the defenses. don't go to your knees first off b/c once you hit your knee that's the easiest time to hit this. next you want to circle towards the do'er's hips, make sure you circle opposite of the direction your opponent drops(if he drops on your right side, you circle to your left side) to as you will likely kill yourself if you go towards where he rolls. if you do happen to get caught in this move, treat it as any other counter to a roll and roll in the direction he takes you as fast as you can. keep in mind he needs to stop the momentum, if you speed it up he can't stop it and you'll just wind up in a modified front headlock again at least buying you a couple more seconds to possible scramble out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by APT View Post
    i think you just post a leg the way he wants to roll you, or just stand up to your feet
    Quote Originally Posted by jesse lazo View Post
    I think i've been taught this move... except my coach just said it was "Basically a russian roll to a DG"
    He told me when your opponent wants to hit one on you, make your base really wide also helps.. if your knees are close its gonna be easy to get pulled over
    if the guy knows how to actually hit this move, your leg posting will not make much of a difference. if you post the leg in the direction I want to roll, i'll just shuck you a couple times to get that knee down or jam you so you fall on your butt and I can do a judo style guillotine or snake/cow catch you. the big thing is staying on your feet and keeping your head up. if you happen to get on your knees you need to start circling b/c this move is not effective if you and your opponent are in any sort of angle.

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    This is one of the first moves I learned for pinning. But why is it popular in PA and not so much in other states?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigteeth96 View Post
    This is one of the first moves I learned for pinning. But why is it popular in PA and not so much in other states?
    this is an easy answer only b/c I started teaching this move this past year and after a few weeks all the other schools started teaching it. needless to say the other schools were not as successful as mine was with hitting this move. a lot of those kids did it as a roll and failed miserably. those failures were quickly followed by their coaches saying "I told you that move doesn't work" or "that move is only used when you are losing and need to pin". All the schools that I seen attempt this move and tried it on my kids got pinned b/c they treat it as a roll and just fall down on their side hoping the other kids goes over. it's so popular in PA b/c they teach it correctly and the kids have success with it. while in other states it's taught as either a desperation move or incorrectly and those kids fail at it and never try again.

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