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Technical Takedown Finishes by Jason Nolf

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Jason Nolf‘s Technical Takedown Finishes

Description of Instructional:

Becoming confident in your takedown finishes is one of the most necessary skills you can gain in wrestling – whether you’re a wrestler, jiu jitsu player, or an MMA fighter. Getting to the legs is only the start of the battle!

Nolf is known as one of the most successful and creative offensive wrestlers of all time. In this instructional, Jason will teach you how to execute technical takedown finishes to increase your odds of finishing your leg attacks and other takedown attempts. If you can’t consistently finish your takedowns, the odds of winning your match significantly decrease.

Jason covers different finishing opportunities from all of the common positions you’ll find yourself in, including a how to finish a double leg takedown, single leg takedown, a high crotch (aka head outside single leg), low single legs, and from the seatbelt position.

Statistics tell us that a single leg takedown is the most common leg attack at almost every level of wrestling. If you’re looking to becoming even better at your  best single leg takedown, this Instructional is perfect for you.

Buy Jason’s instructional today and start finishing your leg attacks more consistently!

Overview of Instructional Chapters:

  • Single legs
  • Double legs
  • High Crotch
  • Low Singles
  • Seatbelt Position

Jason Nolf’s Bio:

Jason Nolf is widely regarded as one of the most exciting and creative offensive wrestlers in recent history of the sport. His takedown game of why he’s been able to score so many points and pins in his career. Jason Nolf is one of the most decorated wrestlers to ever come out of the state of Pennsylvania and in NCAA history.

Jason is a 3x Pennsylvania state champion and compiled a high school record of 176-1. In college, Jason was a 4x NCAA finalist and 3x NCAA Champion and compiled a career record of 117-3 at 157 lbs while at Penn State.

Jason was also an integral part of the Penn State team’s dominance over the last several years, securing 4 team titles while on the roster.

On the Men’s Senior Freestyle stage, Jason currently competes at 74 kgs and is a member of Team USA. Jason has won several national and international tournaments and has medaled at many more. Jason will compete for the 74 kg starting spot for the 2024 Olympics.

Nolf has recently announced that he plans to pursue a career in mixed martial arts in the not-so-distant future, so keep an eye out for his debut! We have high hopes that Jason will be just as exciting in MMA as he was in wrestling.


  • 2x Men’s Freestyle US Open Champion
  • 3x NCAA Champion
  • 4x NCAA Finalist
  • 4x NCAA All-American
  • 3x PIAA State Champion
  • 4x NCAA Champion Team Member
  • 2x Big Ten Champion
  • 4x National Team Member
  • Gold Medal Zagreb Grand Prix
  • Silver Medal Ivan Yarygin Golden Grand Prix

Training out of/Affiliations:

  • State College, Pennsylvania
  • Nittany Lion Wrestling Club/Penn State University

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Approximate Length of Instructional: 

  • 59 Minutes

Suggested Skill/Experience Level:

  • All Skill Levels

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Technical Takedown Finishes

Student Ratings & Reviews

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5 days ago
1 year ago
One of the best NCAA wrestlers ever breaks down not only what made him successful, but also what he's working on now in freestyle. Get all his courses because they all flow together. Just one is good but not enough!
1 year ago
Awesome instructional with so much to learn from! I appreciate the small details you explain with your technique. Cool to see a high level guy being creative and encouraging creativity with the single leg and grabbing the foot behind your own leg. My favorite part is 44:30 with the detail on the single finish. Very important details that Jason Nolf describes really well!
2 years ago
I’m loving this course!