Fanatic Wrestling Podcast - Stealing From The Greats and Hand Fighting Sharks with Johnni DiJulius
We talked to Harvard wrestling coach and noted Wildman Johnni DiJulius about his new series, how just fought a shark, learning and applying FAF, stealing from the greats, what makes Ohio State different, how the team handled learning and culture, using stress to your benefit in a match, how he developed sick front headlock defense, great advice from men like Tom Ryan and Tervel Dlagnev, craving certainty and uncertainty, dealing with fear, how losing a parent inspired his risk taking, how Kyle Snyder forces himself to be uncomfortable, how Tom Ryan created culture at tOSU, winning nationals as a team on a special day, keeping wrestling on the table, innovating his JDJ special, leg riding principles, base jumping, and more.
Get Johnni’s technique series on Fanatic Wrestling right now, Systematic Wrist Exchange Attacks. Find all these and more at https://www.fanaticwrestling.com.
Fanatic Wrestling was started by a pair of black belts (Bernardo Faria & Michael Zenga) who feel that nothing is more important than improving your grappling skills as much as possible in the least amount of time. Their aim was to create a shop for students of the game, who don’t look at wrestling as a sport – but as a lifestyle.