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2008 NCAA Champion at Cornell, Jordan Leen, goes over a set-up called the ‘Chop Opposite Side Boot’. When executing this move, be sure to focus on Coach Leen’s phrase of “using the feet like hands” to get leg control.
Check out an additional clip from the Championship Productions’ DVD “Championship Signature Move Series: Jordan Leen’s Safe Leg Series.” If you’re interested in more Wrestling videos on Riding, CLICK HERE.
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.
Former All-American and current Head Coach at Virginia, Steve Garland, will show you how to secure more double leg takedowns. The ‘Trail Leg Drill’ is something your wrestlers can practice to work on the setup phase of a double leg.
Avoid going on both legs and using just your arms to get a double leg takedown.
Steve Garland is entering his eighth season as Head Coach for the University of Virginia. Garland guided the Cavaliers to the 2010 ACC title and was named 2010 ACC Coach of the Year. In his videos you will see new, creative and fun ways to work on old positions as well as develop techniques to defend against the leg riders.
In the third video below, Alex Clemsen, will teach you how to be more aggressive on the mat and improve your defensive skills. He is entering his fifth season as an Assistant Coach for the University of Virginia. As a wrestler, Clemsen was an All-American at Edinboro and a four-time NCAA qualifier.
Congratulations to Brian Boland and the Virginia men’s tennis team on their 2013 NCAA National Championship! Now you can see the ins and outs of the Championship team’s matches! This is an incredible opportunity to see how a high level tennis team performs in a live game. Check out this one of a kind Tennis DVD below: