Buccaneers veteran defensive tackle Gerald McCoy rarely posts videos of his workouts on social media. But he did so on Thursday.
Via his Instagram account, McCoy posted the below video teach us all a “history lesson” on a defensive lineman move. The video is slowed down to show the move and how it works.
History lesson today people. This move here ladies and gentlemen is best known as the cross chop, club, rip. It’s a 3-part move that’s extremely effective when done right and my favorite pass rush move. It’s been done a lot of ways but was made famous by the individual who taught it to me @warrensapp. And the original name he gave it was the Walter People’s special “I make it up as I go” Preciate it big homie. Don’t be fooled by how easy he made it look. Looks easy but its very difficult to master the timing. Takes reps, reps, reps............
It’s pretty cool that he shared that. Those that often doubt his offseason work, he proves here that he is constantly trying to get better despite naysayers.
Double digit sacks, here he comes!