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Get a Pin from Whizzer Position!

By Kevin Fitzpatrick - Last updated: Friday, April 1, 2016

Mentality is everything in wrestling according to University of Virginia head coach, Steve Garland. In this clip, you’ll watch Coach Garland teach you how to get a fall from seat belt position, which is a spot that many wrestlers aren’t aggressive from and don’t take advantage of when they have an opportunity.

Pinning Drill

Drill Summary: From seat belt (whizzer) position, if you’re the one with the seat belt hold across your opponent’s back, step up with your outside foot and go high by taking your other arm over the opponent’s neck. After that, take them to their back/shoulders for the fall. Being aggressive is a mentality!

This video came from Championship Productions’ video “The New Rules of Attack: Cradle from Anywhere.” Browse through other world class Wrestling videos at Championship Productions.com!

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Foot Fight to Prevent the Opponent from Locking!

By Kevin Fitzpatrick - Last updated: Wednesday, July 1, 2015

University of Virginia head coach, Steve Garland, says his favorite drill of all-time is the “Foot Fighting Drill”. In this clip, coach Garland shows you the drill and how to move your feet to keep opposing wrestlers from riding your legs.

Foot Fighting Drill

Drill Summary: This drill is to be used to prevent leg riders from ever getting a lock on your legs. Without an opponent on you, work on a “windshield wiper” movement with both of your legs, moving them back and forth with your hands and knees on the ground. Add an opponent and have them try to lock either of your legs, then work on sliding your feet under theirs and avoiding the lock.

This video came from Championship Productions’ video “Find Your Escape: Defense Against Leg Riders.” View other world class Wrestling videos!




Score Big Points with a Cradle from the Single Leg!

By Kevin Fitzpatrick - Last updated: Sunday, March 1, 2015

In this clip, 2010 ACC Coach of the Year Steve Garland shows you how to hit a cradle from an inside single leg. As a former ACC Wrestler of the Year, Garland has been able to use the cradle from just about any position, including the offensive neutral position, top position and when an opponent decides to shoot.

Cradle from Head Inside Single

Drill Summary: From the head inside single position, execute a “knockout punch” (throw the arm down) to get the opponent on the mat. Expecting the opponent to come up, the wrestler relocates their grip to the knee. If the opponent stays down, the wrestler drives their knee through the opponent’s face, brings their other hand over the opponent’s head and drops the knee into the cradle.

This video came from Championship Productions’ video “The New Rules of Attack: Cradle from Anywhere.” View other world class Wrestling videos!




A Safe and Easy Single Leg Scramble Drill for Your Wrestlers!

By dustin.moscoso - Last updated: Tuesday, July 1, 2014

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.

Low Single Leg Scramble Drill

Your wrestlers will get comfortable with defending a low single leg attack by going on the attack immediately.

Watch and learn more from this Championship Productions’ DVD “Drills, Drills and More Drills.” VIEW other world class Wrestling videos!




Learn How to React to Your Opponent’s Attack!

By nate.landas - Last updated: Thursday, May 1, 2014

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.

Re-Shot Position Drill

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.

Watch and learn more from this Championship Productions’ DVD “Drills, Drills and More Drills.” Take a look at additional Wrestling videos on Drills.




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