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Discover three different drills in this segment from 15x NCAA Championship Coach, Dan Gable. These exercises will help you work on leg attacks, setups, and escapes. Take advantage of the opportunity to learn from an Olympic champion!
See the detailed instruction and demonstration of the three drills in this clip above. Each athlete lets the opponent up and immediately takes him down for a set number of repetitions.
Be ready for any situation in your next match with phenomenal training exercises featuring 3X NCAA Champion, Eric Guerrero. Many scenarios can be worked on during training using the competitive drill format in this segment.
Coach Guerrero conducts this drill with one wrestler (A) in a stance on his feet; wrestler (B) shuffles around (A) and attacks the legs when the coach claps; (B) reacts to the attack with a sprawl and go-behind. A second option in this drill is to have (A) attack a single leg and come up off the mat; (B) is then to execute a whizzer and far wrist control to break the lock.
Kerry McCoy, Head Coach at the University of Maryland and 2X Olympian in Freestyle, demonstrates some excellent techniques to improve your wrestling. Watch and learn as McCoy covers his version of a near arm chop breakdown. He gets set in the top position in a way that shifts the weight onto the opponent’s hands and emphasizes having one’s feet in a position to drive.
First, twist and pull in on the near elbow. Next, pry the far thigh and drive with your feet to put maximum chest pressure on the opponent’s back, then drive the rear knee to get the weight forward and to drive the hips flat.
Take a look at an additional clip from the DVD, Heavyweight Technique: Breakdowns, Pins and Escapes. Also, view other Kerry McCoy DVDs from our massive Wrestling DVD collection!
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.
Take a look at an additional clip from the DVD, From Folk to Free: Fundamental Techniques for Building Elite Wrestlers. Also, view other Terry Brands DVDs from our massive Wrestling DVD collection!