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.
Pick up tips from Ken Chertow, former coach at Ohio State University and Penn State University. In this clip Coach Chertow shows you how to score from the “over/under” position. He shows two different techniques from the “over/under” position. The first technique that Coach Chertow shows from this position is the “throw by”. Coach Chertow shows two ways to secure the position and how to score. He also emphasizes key points so that you will execute the move with high efficiency and not get countered. The second move that Coach Chertow shows from this position is the “knee block”. Coach Chertow shows you how to secure the lock and win shoulder position. He also shows you several different positions where you can execute this move. There is also live match footage of this technique being used at the NCAA Division I Championships.