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.
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By nate.landas - Last updated: Friday, August 16, 2013
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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By nate.landas - Last updated: Friday, January 18, 2013
Finding success in the bottom position is crucial for championship wrestling. To help you build success on the mat, 2009 NWCA Coach of the Year, Tom Ryan teaches you drills to build proficiency from the bottom position. See what great concepts you can learn from this video.
The first drill in this segment serves the purpose of developing the ability in the bottom wrestler to maintain a base. The top man will push and pull the bottom man for the duration of the drill. The bottom man must adjust his body in reaction to the pushing and pulling by his partner. The second drill begins with the bottom man flat on his belly. The bottom man works to keep his elbows in and wrists pointed out to avoid giving up wrist control while in the bottom, prone, position. To return to his base, slide the outside knee up toward the chest and then push backward over that knee. The bottom man will then return to the prone position and repeat for the duration of the drill. Both of the skills developed in these drills are essential in the bottom position.
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