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The Hook and Sickle is a great option to use when your opponent defends your Push Pull Sweep. There are a couple of dynamic pieces to this sweep that need to be repped out in order to have success. The hardest part of this move is going to be the whip like motion where you switch your hips and catch your opponents back leg with your leg. Be sure to get your rib cage and leg off the ground as your rotate. The increased friction from your rib cage and your leg on the ground will make it almost
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