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Youth Wrestling: Escape Fundamentals
Youth Wrestling: Escape Fundamentals
with Eric Akin, East Kansas Wrestling Club Head Coach; United States Olympic Team Alternate (1996 and 2000); USA World Team member; 3x Big 8 Champion and 4x All American for Iowa State University; 3x Kansas High School State Champion Four-time All American Eric Akin has compiled a video full of essential techniques that wrestlers need to be tough on the mat. Starting at square one, Coach Akin shows you stance and hand position skills in order to build a good stance on the bottom, which are essential to maintaining a base and defending attacks by the opponent. You'll learn how to be light on your hands to get hands and feet up quickly. The hip heist is a fundamental skill for escaping and reversing on bottom, and Akin demonstrates a hip heist drill series to learn how to feel comfortable executing the technique. He then moves on to the fundamentals of a stand-up, switch, and finally the complex Granby Roll. The techniques you'll learn include: How to attack a hand and cut out for an escape. Hand control and cutting out to face the opponent are the foundation needed to finish to a stand up. No points are earned by the bottom man until he cuts out and faces the opponent. Sit out and head post. This is a great escape for developing wrestlers who struggle with stand up. A unique take on the switch. Coach Akin shows mistakes he believes are commonly taught on the switch and demonstrates a technique that may improve the switch from bottom. And much more! He completes the DVD with several different counters to the highest used turns from the top position. Coach Akin uses youth wrestlers of varying abilities to demonstrate the technique and drills that he uses in his own room. He has made this basic level series very easy to learn or teach. 54 minutes. 2014.
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Championship Productions
AAU Wrestling Skills Series: Counter Offense
AAU Wrestling Skills Series: Counter Offense
with Eric Guerrero, Oklahoma State University Head Assistant Wrestling Coach; Distinguished Member of the National Wrestling Hall of Fame (2014); 3x NCAA Champ at Oklahoma St. (4x All American); 2004 Olympian; 2003 World Cup Champion; 2x USA FILA junior world freestyle champion; head coach for the USA at the 2009 FILA Junior Freestyle World Championships Defense is the cornerstone to excellent wrestling. Eric Guerrero is known throughout the world for his dominate wrestling style from his feet. As a World Cup Champion and 3x NCAA Champion, he knows how important defense is and how it can be used not only to stop your opponent, but also create opportunities for you to score. In this video, Guerrero shows you how to develop a defense from your feet that will help give even novice wrestlers a chance to beat more advanced opponents. He shows eight different skills and drills that are essential for any wrestler. Head position is your first line of defense and a great way to create counter offense. You'll see a variety of drills that demonstrate how effective head position can be in defending against leg attacks and how it can create counter offensive opportunities. You will learn four drills that emphasize head and body positioning. Coach Guerrero provides a variety of techniques that can be used to defend common scenarios and create counter attacks. He also demonstrates drills to help train these techniques. From the knees Learn to score using a variety of methods from headlocks to go-behinds. From the mat Opponent has your leg? Check out these defensive techniques. Leg in the air With one leg in the air or both legs wrapped in a double, your opponent might think he has you. That's when you score! You'll learn excellent, but rarely demonstrated defensive counter moves that result in scoring. The barrel-roll double leg counter, high-chest step around when you are locked around your opponent's chest, and a single-in-the-air counter which results in a 5-point score. Defense on your feet is key in wrestling. You cannot become a dominate wrestler if you can't stop your opponent from scoring. These techniques will allow you to create more opportunities and a variety of ways to score. This series of videos was produced by Championship Productions in association with AAU (The Amateur Athletic Union). 41minutes. 2013.
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AAU Wrestling Skills Series: Scoring from the Bottom Position
AAU Wrestling Skills Series: Scoring from the Bottom Position
with Eric Guerrero, Oklahoma State University Head Assistant Wrestling Coach; Distinguished Member of the National Wrestling Hall of Fame (2014); 3x NCAA Champ at Oklahoma St. (4x All American); 2004 Olympian; 2003 World Cup Champion; 2x USA FILA junior world freestyle champion; head coach for the USA at the 2009 FILA Junior Freestyle World Championships The bottom position can either be a defensive position that drains a wrestler's energy or an outstanding opportunity to score points. Bring former Olympian and 3x NCAA Champion Eric Guerrero into your wrestling room to show you how to get out and score from the bottom position. Coach Guerrero not only emphasizes the techniques used to get out, he also trains the motor skills you need to properly perform these moves. What makes this video different from others is the focus on chain wrestling putting multiple moves together before escaping. You rarely score on your first move, but it creates separation from your opponent, so that successive moves will have a higher rate of success. Guerrero starts with several drills to develop the necessary motor skills to perform bottom wrestling techniques. A key drill you'll see is the Roll Drill. It improves a wrestler's ability to know where he is on the mat and improves his ability to land belly down. Motor skills for chain wrestling include: Back Arch and Rotate Roll Drill Stand-Up Drill Hip Heist Drill Cross Hand Sit Out Drills (both a hip heist and cutback) Granby Roll You will learn what it takes to go from being stuck on the bottom to getting out and scoring points. Guerrero does a great job breaking down and simplifying technique, so coaches and athletes can understand and execute quickly. He covers: Stand-Up To become a champion wrestler, the ability to get back to your feet is essential. You'll learn the basic technique for executing a standup, how to use your opponent's pressure to stand-up, and clearing away without putting yourself in a high risk situation. Sit-Out Without proper technique, your opponent will chop you to the mat before you can even try these moves. Guerrero shows you how to maximize your success with the sit-out to a hip heist and a sit out cutback. Granby Roll With the proper movement and momentum, a well timed Granby is very difficult to stop. Switch Learn the nuances to execute a proper switch. There are many key components that make this move effective, but they have to be in place to be devastating. Coach Guerrero believes that bottom wrestling is the great neutralizer in a match. This video is a great tool to develop young wrestlers and to correct basic errors in veteran wrestlers. Implement these techniques into your arsenal and you will become great off the bottom! This series of videos was produced by Championship Productions in association with AAU (The Amateur Athletic Union). 39 minutes. 2013.
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