The Wrestling Takedown Machine
ADAM is the most advanced piece of equipment made for the sport of wrestling. ADAM is the only piece of wrestling equipment that provides life-like motion and resistance when attacked. When practicing with ADAM its automatic resetting feature assures that its orginal upright position is assumed after each takedown attempt.
To date finding a partner who would assume a set position time after time and then react in a competitive manner conducive to learning has been a virtual impossibility. ADAM accomplishes these things without a time lag.
ADAM attaches directly to the wall in the wrestling room. It can be easily removed from the wall support after use and set up again in less than a minute.
Many high schools and colleges across the country are now using ADAM as part of their training programs. This includes the University of Iowa, 1999 NCAA Champions, Iowa State University, University of Minnesota, 1999 Big Ten Champs, Oklahoma State University, Big 8 Champs, University of Michigan, Arizone State University, and Central Michigan University, 1999 MAC Champions.