By nate.landas - Last updated: Friday, October 11, 2013
Eric Guerrero has experience coaching multiple NCAA Champions at Oklahoma State and shows his teaching ability in this clip on transitional bottom wrestling. You will learn how to back arch & rotate, which will help you escape and create a reversal for a pin.
You will also see a good example of how you can use the Back Arch & Rotate technique to out scramble the opponent and create the chance for nearfall points.
By nate.landas - Last updated: Friday, September 13, 2013
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.
Double Leg Counter Offense
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.
By nate.landas - Last updated: Friday, August 16, 2013
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.
By nate.landas - Last updated: Friday, July 12, 2013
Take a look at a hugely popular and useful move called the Hip-Heist. In this video Eric Guerrero, 4X NCAA Division I All-American, has his wrestlers demonstrate a drill that will help your wrestlers develop a hip-heist. The hip-heist is a skill that is essential for escaping from the bottom position.
Coach Guerrero has his wrestler display various scenarios where you have an opportunity to hip-heist.
By nate.landas - Last updated: Friday, June 14, 2013
3X NCAA Division I Champion and current Oklahoma State University Head Assistant Coach, Eric Guerrero, has his wrestlers demonstrate the Stand-Up Drill. This exercise will help your wrestlers perfect their stand-up. It will teach your wrestlers to identify where their opponent’s pressure is and choose the most effective stand-up to execute depending on that pressure.
Coach Guerrero discusses three different scenarios that happen in matches and shows what standups your wrestler should attempt.