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Earn Back Points with These Turns from a Leg Ride!

By dustin.moscoso - Last updated: Saturday, November 1, 2014

U.S. Olympian, Ken Chertow, provides you with several turns from a leg ride. These combinations are a great way to establish control over an opponent and pick up some back points.

Turns from a Leg Ride

This video came from Championship Productions’ video “Scoring from the Top: Breakdowns, Tilts, Pinning and Freestyle.” View other world class Wrestling videos!




Use an Elbow Pass to Set Up a Leg Attack!

By dustin.moscoso - Last updated: Saturday, November 1, 2014

In this segment, Eric Akin, 4X All-American for Iowa State University demonstrates elbow control to an elbow pass set-up. This will help you set-up a leg attack.

Elbow Control/Elbow Pass

Control the elbow, “like a lobster claw pinch” and pull it in above the elbow. If the attacking wrestler is at 12:00, he will move his feet to get to 3:00 or 9:00 position in relation to his opponent. As he creates an angle, he will push the elbow across his face without pulling his head out of positon. Instead, put the head down, “like a chicken pecking corn.” Once the angle is there and the elbow is passed, set the feet in attacking stance. Both hands should be behind his elbow. “Chase the angle”, set the feet, and execute a leg attack.

This video came from Championship Productions’ video “Youth Wrestling: Takedown Fundamentals.” View other world class Wrestling videos!




Improve Your Defense by Clearing Front Headlocks!

By dustin.moscoso - Last updated: Saturday, November 1, 2014

Mark Ironside is a Dan Hodge Trophy winner, 2x NCAA D1 Champion and 4x All-American. Coach Ironside covers Clearing Front Headlocks as an example of his philosophy on defending ties, sometimes it’s better to work with the tie than to fight it.

Clearing Front Headlocks

If you’ve ever experienced the Front Headlock position as the defender, then you’ll know the difficulty and importance of getting out of the situation. Coach Ironside shows you how to save your back, save your neck, and go from bad to good position.

This video came from Championship Productions’ video “The Art of Hand Fighting.” View other world class Wrestling videos!




Learn the Correct Way to Defend the Arm Bar

By nate.landas - Last updated: Wednesday, October 1, 2014

2004 NCAA Champion and Edinboro University Assistant Coach, Cliff Moore, presents how to defend against the arm bar as well as how to get out of an arm bar. Coach Moore emphasizes the importance of pushing the hips away from the arm rather than focusing on just escaping with your arms.

Arm Bar Defense

This video came from Championship Productions’ DVD, Signature Move Series: Cliff Moore’s Push Back Series.  To view more wrestling videos from America’s top coaches and wrestlers, click here.




Breakdown Your Opponent with the Tight Waist Chop

By nate.landas - Last updated: Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Edinboro University Head Coach and 2014 NWCA Coach of the Year, Tim Flynn, demonstrates how to perform a basic breakdown with the tight waist chop.

Tight Waist Chop

Coach Flynn begins the segment by explaining the importance of being ready to run forward when you get on top of your opponent, rather than sitting back on your legs. Once the whistle blows, the top man drives forward chopping the arm of the bottom man. As you start to get extended, you want to take your back knee and drive it between your opponents legs. This is a good basic breakdown drill for any level of wrestler.

This video came from Championship Productions’ DVD, Riding and Turning: A Guide to Offensive Success.  To view more wrestling videos from America’s top coaches and wrestlers, click here.




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