The Cradle Formula: From One Of The Best Cradlers & Wrestlers in American History: Ed Ruth From Penn State
This is your total roadmap for dominating on the mat with the cradle from Nittany Lion legend Ed Ruth
Score cradles from everywhere with Ed's innovative entries into some of his most effective pinning combinations
See how to get the turn no matter where your opponent wants to take you. Once it's locked, points are coming!
Ed's cradle series was feared and scouted but no one could learn his secrets until now
Tilt and rack up points in bunches with some of Ed's tilts from top, a sure set of back points when you need them
The Cradle Formula: From One Of The Best Cradelers & Wrestlers In History: Ed Ruth From Penn State
This Is Your Roadmap For Dominating On The Mat With The Cradle
Catch cradles from everywhere with the help of Ed Ruth, one of the best cradlers of all time! The 3-Time NCAA Champion shows all the cradle series’ that he used as he put up huge points in his career at Penn State and beyond. Learn turns for days from the top position and always have an answer ready for every counter, and snatch up opponents from the feet with crunching turns for match-ending pins. In one of the most complete cradle games in the country, Ed is the man to learn from if you want to lock up those cradles and put up pins in big numbers next season.
Learn One Of Ed's Best Cradles, The Drop Cradle
As the owner of one of the best cradles ever, Ed Ruth knows the position inside and out, and has a counter for every counter. He explains, step-by-step, how to cradle and crunch someone over, working through any resistance to get the easy fall. Also see all the ways Ed has found to get into the lock, from high to low (and even jumping over someone’s back!). The next time you lock up a cradle, know you are ready to pin because you have done the work learning from the best.
See One Of The Tilts Ed Used In The NCAA Finals!
In four years at Penn State University, Ed Ruth was a wrecking ball at 174 and 184 pounds, using his slick takedowns and unstoppable top work to put up huge points on his way to 3 NCAA Championships, 4 All American honors, 4 Big Ten Championships, and more. Simply put, Ed won the big matches and he did it with bulletproof technique. Now, you can learn how he was able to turn and score and become a cradle machine yourself.
In addition to Ed’s filthy cradle series’, see how you can combine that with some of the tilts and turns that Ed used as a Nittany Lion to rack up bonus points at staggering rates. For four years, Ed terrorized people from top, and now you can learn every hidden detail behind the tilts and bars he specialized in. With these tilting series from top, you can start turning way more people, including opponents with more size and experience!
Score Big And Pin With Ed's Head And Arm
Wrestle on top with a game plan and a new go-to move with Ed Ruth’s signature top-work series. With cradles, tilts, and front headlock turns, this is a full system made around how to turn and pin anyone, with one of the NCAA’s most accomplished wrestler’s ever. As one of the best cradlers of all time, Ed is just the man to teach you the next time you want to learn how to pin the right way.
So What’s On This Series
Start with Ed’s bread-and-butter, his number one pinning combination in college, the crossface cradle. Learn all the ways to get to your lock, the little details behind making this position as tight as possible, and then how to finish things off from the pin. Ed’s got a full series from here, and you can learn what he does no matter where his opponent goes. Finally, you can see the technique that NCAA coaches spent hours breaking down, the Ed Ruth cradle, Ed’s unique turn that he used in huge matches against some of the best in the nation.
With attention to detail, Ed leads you through how he turns takedowns into pins with the use of some of the sneakiest cradles you’ve ever seen. From the single leg, double leg, and front headlock, every takedown can now be a match-ender with Ed’s help. With cross wrist tilts, bar arm tilts, tilts from his days at Blair Academy, and more, always have the right stuff to roll through and bring someone’s shoulders with you. Finally, finish strong from the front headlock, as Ed shows you the combinations he relies on from there to stay a step ahead.
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