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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.
Ken Chertow is a US Olympian and 3x NCAA All American. He was also a highly successful coach at Ohio State University and Penn State University. In these two clips you will learn how to drill the re-shot correctly. These drills will allow your wrestler to score off of his/her opponents shot. These are great drills that will make any wrestler more aggressive and offensive minded.
The first drill is a classic re-shot drill shown by Coach Ian Assael, Chertow Camp Director. Coach Assael emphasizes that you should keep your hands on your opponent and hit your level change and shot as your opponent rises.
The second clip is a sprawl & re-shot shadow drill shown by Coach Chertow. This is a great drill to reinforce the re-shot drill without having a partner.
Get insight on throws and counter attacks from Ken Chertow, former US Olympian and 3x NCAA All American. Coach Chertow runs year round and summer Gold Medal Training Camps to teach youth wrestlers. In this clip Coach Chertow shows what he calls a “Cruncher” from the underhook position. It is a reverse headlock throw that has a very high percentage takedown. Coach Chertow goes over the finer points of the move and stresses that you want to make sure that you keep your opponents head down and into your body. This is a takedown that can be used at all levels and with any style of wrestling.
Listen to take-down instruction from Ken Chertow, former coach at Ohio State and Penn State where his teams won the National Duals and finished in the top 5 at the NCAA Championships 75% of the time. In this video segment Coach Chertow shows how to close the gap with movement and how to secure a “baseball bat grip”. From the “baseball bat grip” he shows both a high and sweep single which are both high percentage takedowns that work for wrestlers at any level of wrestling. Coach Chertow also shows a knee pull-foot sweep finish for the high single and a go behind finish for the sweep single.
Ken Chertow is a former US Olympian and 3x NCAA All American. Get a sneak peek inside Ken Chertow’s Training Center where he teaches youth wrestlers a variety of drills. In this first clip below, Coach Chertow has his wrestlers do stand-up drills. This segment shows three drills. The first drill is a basic stand up drill where the wrestlers drill by themselves. The second drill is an alternating stand-up drill with a partner. The third drill is stand-up to a double leg drill. Coach Chertow emphasizes exploding on the bottom and encourages his wrestlers not to wait on bottom. These are great drills to incorporate daily into a coaches wrestling plan.
In this video clip below Coach Chertow has his wrestlers chain wrestle from the top position. He has his wrestlers do two drills from the top. The first drill is the cross wrist roll series where his wrestlers go from one tilt to the next scoring a plethora of points. The second drill is two turns and a reversal where his wrestlers do two leg turns then the bottom wrestler does a reversal. These are great drills that teach wrestlers to transition from one move to the next naturally.