Six-time NWCA Coach of the Year Jeff Swenson shows you the "Augsburg way" to finish your single leg takedown attempts - both on your feet and on the mat.
Part 1, From the Mat: Discover eight ways to beat the defenses your wrestlers will see from the mat. Learn essential techniques like far ankle, quad load, windmill, bump, hip pull and more. Put these techniques to work with Swenson's live action practice drills.
Part 2, From Your Feet: Learn 10 easy, yet effective, finishes from the feet such as the toe trip, Demery Finish, Run the Pipe, Okie, High Outside Finish and more. For the first time on video, Swenson reveals Augsburg's signature move: the shoulder pummel set-up. Two former Augsburg All-American wrestlers demonstrate each technique step-by-step, highlighting the keys to making each move work.
Don't let your wrestlers settle for a stalemate - these finishes will give your wrestlers more options to score.
58 minutes. 2009.
I was either going to get this one or John Smith's "Finishing the High Single". I chose this one because of the shoulder pummel, which I didn't know much about previously, and the on-the-mat finishes, including beating the ankle whizzer, a position I have had trouble with. Note: coverage of beating the standing whizzer with leg on the outside is minimal; Just one technique. I believe this is because the shoulder pummel is supposed to keep your opponent off-balance and makes it difficult for for him to get a whizzer in the first place. Also, he does not discuss Iranian-style finishes on the mat where you lift and go through the back door. Overall, I am happy with the purchase.
This video is exactly what it says it is. The whole thing is focused on single-leg finishes. Most of the finishes are from a standing position, when the offensive wrestler has a leg in the air. But some low-level mat finishes are included as well. The sheer number of finishes shown allows you to pick the ones you want to concentrate on. The best part is the shoulder pummel technique, which can be used to set up a standing or a low-level finish. If you teach a lot of single leg, this is definitely the video for you.
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