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4x Olympic medalist, Bruce Baumgartner, shows you how to control your opponent by securing an underhook. He shows you multiple ways to secure the underhook and not allow the opposition to create any offense. Also, Baumgartner then provides two ways to takedown your opponent from the underhook.
Both of these takedowns come from the same set-up. He shows a single leg and a front headlock takedown from the underhook. He emphasizes the lock and proper technique from both the single leg and front headlock.
Take a look at an additional clip from the DVD, Bruce Baumgartner: Blueprint for Heavyweight Technique – From the Feet. Also, view other Heavyweight Technique DVDs from our extraordinary Wrestling DVD collection!
Winningest coach in amateur wrestling history, Scot Davis, has over 850 victories. Here he educates you on nutrition and diet, and how it is important to learn this information and share it with parents and wrestlers.
He states that it is very important to weigh your wrestlers before and after practice. It is important to know how much water weight your wrestlers lose. He stresses talking with your wrestlers about diet, nutrition, and hydration. Coach Davis talks about and gives examples of what your wrestlers should and shouldn’t eat.
Take a look at an additional clip from the DVD, Coaching High School Wrestling: Strength & Conditioning for Champions: In-Season, Off-Season and Nutrition Guide. Also, view other Scot Davis DVDs from our extraordinary Wrestling DVD collection!
In this eye opening instructional segment, University of Nebraska Head Coach, Mark Manning shows you a chop breakdown. This is an essential breakdown for wrestlers of all levels on the key points in the chop breakdown.
The first key point that Coach Manning stresses is to take your opponents hips toward your hand by using your own hips, arms and back legs. He then states that you should pull your opponents wrist to his far hip. Coach Manning also shows you how to attack the other side of your opponent when they are defending the chop in this video clip.
Former Olympian, Eric Guerrero, provides you with insight for the single leg defense on the ground. In this sequence, Coach Guerrero has one athlete in the attacking role and one athlete in the defensive role. The defensive athlete is working the skill.
Defense to the single leg begins with the defensive wrestler sliding the attacked leg down and away, “straighten the attacked leg, bend the other leg.” The attacked wrestler needs to rotate his/her hips so the straight and bent legs switch and attacked leg is straight, down and away from the opponent. Second, make sure the hand lock slides up the defensive wrestler’s thigh. Finally, circle away from the locked side.