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    I need to know how to perfect my tilting on my opponent. The thing is, every time I go for a tilt, I grab a two on one and take him to the side im on, but I usually end up laying on my back next to the guy and he really isn't tilted. I need to learn how to use this tilting to my advantage as I see in college it can be very effective. Please enlighten me.

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    Watch alot of tape. That what helps me. I'm a stud on top just from watching tape then trying it at the practice.

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    One way to get better tilts is instead of just relying on the 2 on 1 start trying to work the rebar and then going for it. Gives you a little more control of the guy.

    Other than that, make sure your hips are tight to the guy as you take him over. You should be sitting to one hip, not to your butt as you take him over. Then make sure you're elevating his hips with your leg that you aren't sitting to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JensenS View Post
    One way to get better tilts is instead of just relying on the 2 on 1 start trying to work the rebar and then going for it. Gives you a little more control of the guy.

    Other than that, make sure your hips are tight to the guy as you take him over. You should be sitting to one hip, not to your butt as you take him over. Then make sure you're elevating his hips with your leg that you aren't sitting to.

    Along with this make sure you have your head lower than his torso as you roll. Get the 2 on 1 or rebar and before he flattens out start to put your head on the mat. Then sitting to one hip, not to your butt as you take him over. Then make sure you're elevating his hips with your leg that you aren't sitting to. As Jensen S Said.

    You can also try to walk the 2 on 1 like a chicken wing towards the head or step to the other side and walk to the head.

    If you can get tilts down and are good with them you can score points all day long.

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    The suggestion of feinting at running around the head to get him to raise his farside hip up is a very good one too.

    Makes it easier to take him up and over when you jump to the other side to actually tilt him as it gives your hips space to get up under his.

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    drive forward over his shoulder like you would on a gut
    "Whoever said winning isn't everything probably lost."

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    Quote Originally Posted by MatEater View Post
    drive forward over his shoulder like you would on a gut

    I usually get one side a chicken wing, and the other I go around his stomach and grab that same wrist I have the chicken wing on, then hop to the opposite side and tilt, but I usually don't position myself right while doing the tilt......like leg placement and hip placement.

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    By driving forward before you hop over to your tilt it helps create space.

    It drives his face and shoulders into the mat and picks his hips up a little bit giving you more room to get your hips up under him.

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    With a 2 on 1 the main thing to remember is to bring your knee in front of his near knee. Crowd his hips, turn that knee up and rotate him to his back with your hips crowding his

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