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Escape from the Bottom Position with the Sit and Roll!

By dustin.moscoso - Last updated: Friday, August 1, 2014

In this segment, 4X All-American Eric Akin and his youth wrestlers demonstrate a sit out and head post. The Sit and Roll Drill will help your wrestlers escape from the bottom position.

Sit and Roll

The sit out begins with a step out with the outside leg followed by a hip heist. Next, the bottom man grabs control of the waist hand, posts the opposite elbow on the mat, then kicks the waist side leg over to a head post. The bottom man rotates on his head and “cuts through” for an escape. Coach Akin emphasizes the need for a strong leg kick and for the arm not controlling the waist hand to go straight up to block him, as the bottom man rotates and cuts through for one. Finally, if the top man is able to follow as the bottom man rotates on his head, the East Kansas youth wrestlers demonstrate how to execute a side roll from this situation.

Watch and learn more from Championship Productions’ DVD “Youth Wrestling: Escape Fundamentals.” VIEW other world class Wrestling videos!




Learn How to Score Back Points with the Rebar Tilt!

By dustin.moscoso - Last updated: Friday, August 1, 2014

U.S. Olympian and 3x NCAA All-American, Ken Chertow, covers many successful techniques for turning opponents onto their backs. Coach Chertow shows the Rebar Tilt to turn an opponent, plus how you can use the Figure Four legally to get more control over your opponent.

Rebar Tilt

Watch and learn more from Championship Productions’ DVD “Scoring from the Top: Breakdowns, Tilts, Pinning and Freestyle.” VIEW other world class Wrestling videos!




Teach Wrestlers the Concept of Moving an Opponent!

By dustin.moscoso - Last updated: Friday, August 1, 2014

2x NCAA D1 Champion, Mark Ironside, shares the Push Pull Drill that teaches wrestlers to learn the concept of moving an opponent. This can be tricky for beginning wrestlers, but is necessary for those who would like to excel at higher levels of wrestling.

Push Pull Drill

Watch and learn more from Championship Productions’ DVD “The Art of Hand Fighting.” VIEW other world class Wrestling videos!




Defend the Collar Tie with this Effective Technique!

By dustin.moscoso - Last updated: Friday, August 1, 2014

In this segment, 4X All-American Eric Akin demonstrates one of his best techniques as a competitor: the slide by or shrug. This effective technique will help you defend the collar tie.

Slide By

First, put your fist on your own chest and your forearm behind his arm above the elbow. Next, step outside on the collar tie side. Turn your head away from your opponent. Then shrug, draw a rainbow with your forearm, turn your body as you do so. Finish the move by covering if he goes down to his knees or with a lift and return if he does not. To set up this technique, over-hook the collar tie forearm and pull down as you back pedal.

Watch and learn more from Championship Productions’ DVD “Youth Wrestling: Takedown Fundamentals.” VIEW other world class Wrestling videos!




Maintain a High Tempo Practice with the “Line Drill!”

By dustin.moscoso - Last updated: Tuesday, July 1, 2014

University of Wisconsin La-Crosse Head Coach, Dave Malecek, illustrates the “Line Drill” that allows coaches to check the team’s understanding of different concepts and techniques quickly and easily. It will teach wrestlers to keep moving because there is no particular resting spot.

Line Drill

This is also a flexible drill because almost any set of moves could be used.

Watch and learn more from this Championship Productions’ DVD “Focused and Fundamental Drilling on the Feet.” VIEW other world class Wrestling videos!




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