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Creative Counter Offense

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Features & Benefits
with Cory Cooperman,
Rutgers University Assistant Wrestling Coach;
former Cornell University Assistant Coach;
3X All-American at Lehigh University

In college, Cory Cooperman had great success turning his opponent's offense into points for himself. Here he covers the secrets to his successful counter offense techniques. Cooperman starts with a review of the basics, focusing on the down block and how to use it to score against high crotch and single leg shots. From there he moves into his "funk" style of counter offense, showing how to defend against a crack down. Cooperman goes in-depth on his cross block technique, showing five different takedown counters from it. He thoroughly covers each move, showing it from different angles while pointing out the key steps to making each move successful. An excellent DVD to add to your takedown arsenal.

46 minutes. 2008.

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Ratings & Reviews

Creative Counter Offense
on July 26, 2012
  • Currently 5/5 Stars.
5/5 Stars

by chrisd

This is probably the best DVD I've bought from Championship Production (and I own probably 20+). Many of the defensive DVDs I've seen cover very basic stuff - for example John Smith's DVD (which, don't get me wrong is very good). Those DVDs are good if you are (1) relatively new to wrestling or (2) want to see a very thoroughly broken down dissection of techniques you already know by a noted technician. On the other hand, there are DVDs like Askren's Funk Defense, which covers funk, and Buckley's Scrambling DVD which is moderately funky, but mostly deals with counters once guys are in deep.

Cooperman's DVD is a bit different. He covers a lot of unorthodox defense, but I wouldn't exactly call it "funk" or scrambling - for the most part, these are different variations of counter offense once you've stopped a shot, that is, they go beyond butt drags, front headlocks and that sort of thing. This isn't exactly for beginners, but these techniques are, for the most part, more effective for scoring against quality competition than the basic counter offense, and can be absolutely devastating against guys who are unfamiliar with them - and they probably will be, as I have yet to see them anywhere else.

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