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Olympic Bronze Medalist, Terry Brands, talks you through the keys of transition wrestling. These are creative ways to keep your opponent guessing. Learn how to wrestle properly, start to finish, and secure your chances of victory!
Use your lead leg-side hand to set-up your opponent and take them down onto the mat. Also, it is important to keep your arm loose and ready to react.
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Dan Gable has collected 15 NCAA titles as Head Coach at the University of Iowa and was the 1972 Olympic Champion in Freestyle. Coach Gable displays how he puts athletes through a workout with a warm up and drilling on the feet.
Get ready for a practice or match with 50 reps of pummeling for an underhook, footfires with stance and motion, high knees, somersaults, army crawls/freestyle par terre position, and hip heists. Next, see snap down drills where one partner is on his knees and pushes into the partner who then executes a snap down.
Looking for great counters to increase your offense? Then listen to 3X NCAA Champion, Eric Guerrero. The Oklahoma State University Assistant Coach gives you tips for your counter offense with the down block drill and a partner drill. Work on head and arm blocking to give yourself a better opportunity to score points.
When the leader or coach fakes, the wrestlers are to drop their head and hands to the mat similar to a three point stance. The second drill is done with a partner. Partner #1 makes a leg attack, partner #2 blocks with the head and hands. If partner #1 stays down on the mat, partner #2 performs a snap and go behind technique. If partner #1 comes back up after the leg attack is blocked, then partner #2 performs a re-shot double leg to a finish.
Check out five ways to defend against the leg ride with former All-American Wrestler at Missouri, Ben Askren. The first three defenses he shows lead to pins. The last two defenses are basic leg ride defenses that lead to reversals. Frustrate the opposition with these first-class moves.
They all come from a position where you have to sit low and wrestle from a tight ball position. He emphasizes being in good position and attacking the head. The third defense is a counter to a power half. These are great defenses to leg rides that lead to offensive points.
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Coleman Scott teaches you the signature double leg takedowns that have made him an NCAA champion and an 2012 Olympic Bronze medalist. This double leg is one of Scott’s most successful moves that will make your wrestler’s double leg attack unstoppable.
Make sure that your hands and feet are moving together in the open double leg, fake from the outside. Pop up and drop the elbows to your hips to create the fake. Drive forward to move in on your opponent after they commit to the fake.
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