Combat Sambo "Dynamic Entry!" DVD Review
One of my fighters, "Gumby" here on LF just won his last fight with a nasty Kimura, he was going for the Sakuraba Kimura from when your opponent has your back, and his opponent based out to prevent the flip Gumby stepped over and finished the Kimura anyway. It was a "Dynamic Entry" to win the fight. In the gym, Gumby is always jumping and flipping going for crazy subs, so I asked him to review Reilly Bodycomb's "Dynamic Entry" dvd for Lockflow.
Here it is:
"I like grappling moves with the words "flying", "sliding" and"jumping" in the description. So when I was asked to review Reilly Bodycomb's new video called "Dynamic Entry!, I happily said yes.
I got home from the gym and popped it in my computer right away and I was not disappointed. I loved it right from the first few seconds of 8-bit music and the "please don't pirate my video because it pays for my bills, buys food, and stuff."
This for me, was a great video giving detailed verbal and visual instruction on a number of kick counters, throws, and submissions that were all very slick. Some I had seen before, like the flying triangle or German (belly to back) suplex but "Dynamic Entry" added amount of detail on how to "clean up" the technique.
Others were totally new to me, like the "sliding heel hook" (one of my favorites). There is a good number of various techniques that are shown from multiple angles and each move is broken down when needed.
I do feel that this DVD is definitely NOT FOR BEGINNERS. That being said, it should add a little surprise to anyone's next grappling session or MMA match and I highly recommended it."
Thanks for the review Gumby, your grappling partners better get this DVD to avoid the "Sliding Heel Hook" !!
To get your copy of Reilly's DVD, visit BudoVideos
Dynamic Submission Techniques include:
Flying Armbars (multiple entrances)
Flying Triangle Chokes (multiple entrances)
Rolling Kneebars and Victor Rolls (multiple entrances)
Rolling Shoulder Lock
Scissor takedowns (multiple entrances)
Sliding Leg Locks (multiple entrances)
Standing Guillotines (multiple entrances)
Flying Head Scissor
Trips and Foot-sweeps
Detailed explanations of finishes include:
Leg Knot and leg control details
Submission Chaining with leg locks
Leg Lock defense and counter attacks