Adams Newaza: Adapting Under Pressure
Time & Location
Learn how to implement a Plan A, B, C under the watchful eye of the referee.
In today’s game positive progression is the key. Using both his hats as an newaza enthusiast and IJF Referee Supervisor,
Neil Adams will demonstrate the importance of balance and having a portfolio of techniques and entries.
What will I learn?
- newaza techniques that can easily transition into success
- the concept of balance and its importance when applied to newaza
- the movement of newaza: how to keep it positive and progressive
- to effectively drill techniques away from static Uchi Komi, emphasising movement and transition
Why do I need to learn this?
- time on the ground is limited but can be extended with the correct techniques and flow
- gain more time to win the Ippon in the ground with less effort and more efficiency
- understand what referees are looking for and the importance of different interpretations
- through current competition situations and examples
- hands on, small group tuition for increase information retention
Minimum age 14+ Grade: Blue Belt
Only 12 spots available
Save by purchasing the Partner ticket - only 6 available
Further savings if you book the weekend ticket to include February 29th Gripping for Success
Athletes, Coaches & Referees welcome
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Closest airport: Birmingham International (BHX)