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University of Virginia Head Coach, Steve Garland, demonstrates a fun scramble exercise called the Low Single Leg Scramble Drill. This drill gets your wrestlers fighting out of a bad position and puts them in position to score. It is an easy and safe drill for your wrestlers.
Your wrestlers will get comfortable with defending a low single leg attack by going on the attack immediately.
University of Virginia Head Coach, Steve Garland, illustrates a “Re-Shot Position Drill” he has used to develop championship wrestlers. This Re-Shot Drill is a good way to teach your wrestlers how to react to an opponent’s attack while working with a teammate and also getting heart rates up.
Whenever an opponent gets his head down the opportunity to score is there and with Coach Garland’s Re-Shot Drill your wrestlers will be able to capitalize on their opponent’s mistakes and put two more points on the board.
Steve Garland, Head Coach for the University of Virginia, demonstrates the proper position for a single leg and how to keep a good position. This ‘Single Leg Drill’ will eliminate scramble situations and put you into a position to score.
Single Legs are a fundamental element of any successful wrestler and Coach Garland has simplified it so it will work on a high level, but can be practiced by a beginner. The ‘Single Leg Drill’ will teach you how to move your opponent while keeping good position so you can finish the takedown on anyone.
With University of Virginia Head Coach Steve Garland you will learn about the intangibles of drilling and how to drill properly. The ‘Underhook Drill’ shown by Coach Garland is a creative way to get wrestlers warmed up and ready to go without the mindless slogging (slow + jogging) so common in practice rooms of today.
Wrestlers will become much more comfortable with the underhook position and have more fun as the warm up becomes more of a game. Preventing staleness is a key for being successful in wrestling and Coach Garland has shown a great drill to get the room fired up and excited to practice.