Hidetaka Aso – Submission Arts Wrestling Instructional Pack
Hidetaka Aso, founder of Submission Arts Wrestling, was born in Hiroshima Prefecture, Japan on Octuber 29th, 1950. Aso, a student of Karl Gotch, is a two times All Japan Wrestling Champion and a Sambo World Champion (1981 Sambo World Championship held in Spain). One of his most notable victories came during the Sambo American Championship of 1979, where the heavyweight claimed 1st place after defeating all of his 8 opponents. A 5th degree black belt in Kodokan Judo, knowledgeable catch wrestler, author of many textbooks, and chairman of prestigious martial arts federations and committees; Hidetaka Aso is highly regarded as a guru of the science of submission wrestling.
Submission Arts Wrestling (SAW) is a modern Catch Wrestling based Japanese Martial Art and Combat Sport that incorporates elements from Sambo and Judo. Founded in the 1980s by Hidetaka Aso, a student of Karl Gotch, SAW constitutes a NO-GI grappling system that focuses in forcing ones opponent to submit by employing chains of chokes and joint locks. One of the trademarks of SAW are its many variations of devastating leglocks. Like its predecessor, SAW supports the belief that a submission can be obtained by establishing either a position or a hold. The practice of Submission Arts Wrestling relies on solid technical principles, live sparring sessions and specific conditioning.
Instructionals on this Torrent
01 – Hidetaka Aso – The Submission Bible
02 – Hidetaka Aso – The Kansetsu
03 – Hidetaka Aso – The Urakansetsu
04 – Hidetaka Aso – The Gyakukansetsu
05 – Hidetaka Aso – Joint Lock Encyclopedia
06 – Hidetaka Aso – 100 Submission Arts
07 – Hidetaka Aso – Best Grappling
08 – Submission Arts Wrestling – The Real Game (09-22-1991
09 – Submission Arts Wrestling – Champion Road (09-26-1993
10 – Rob Kaman & Hidetaka Aso Seminar at Tokyo Budokan