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Defense is essential to be successful at any level of wrestling. Three-time NCAA Champion, Eric Guerrero, teaches you how to stop your opponent’s double leg and also counter attack from this position.
Instruction: From a double leg attack by the opponent, Coach Guerrero sprawls and locks a front chest lock. From this position, post the opponent’s knees to stop him from getting his hips in and back straight. Next, work to go behind by blocking one arm with your outside knee. Once the arm is blocked, finish the go behind.
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3X NCAA Champion, Eric Guerrero, believes strongly in having his athletes regularly practice getting off their backs. Use these over and under scenarios to help you and your wrestlers see how to avoid getting pinned.
In part one of this sequence, the practicing athlete gets into a back bridge and “walks” in a full circle. In part two, the partner (A) throws partner (B) to his back and (B) bridges and rolls through then works to score his own takedown. This is not a live situation, it is a drill in this sequence.
Kerry McCoy, Head Coach at the University of Maryland and 2X Olympian in Freestyle shows you how to perform tilts in the top position. Learn the proper techniques of the tilt with the thigh pry and tight waist breakdown.
Once the opponent is flat, use the waist hand to secure the cross wrist and keep the elbow hand on the elbow. Next, block the near knee with your front knee and drive over the near arm/shoulder to “load up” the opponent in your lap. Then scoot your body so that your chest is perpendicular to his chest elevate the bottom leg and use the controlled arm to keep him/her in nearfall. Push if he rolls into you and pull if he rolls away.
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Presented in this segment, is a duck under position by coach and former wrestler at the University of Iowa, Terry Brands. In either style, Coach Brands demonstrates how to take your opponent directly to his back for nearfall points in folkstyle or a 3 point takedown in freestyle.
Coach Brands demonstrates taking the opponent to his back from a double leg. Finally, Terry shows how to go directly into a tight waist tilt from these positions if the opponent is able to belly down. This technique will also work in both folk or freestyle.
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