6 Vids To Send You Down An Outside Step Rabbit Hole
Jun 9, 2020This is a good place to start.
Why You're Probably Not Drilling Outside Steps Enough
Jun 8, 2020Over the course of the last 15 years of teaching, coaching, and traveling for this sport, one of the things that makes me scratch my head the most about wrestling in this country is the fact that more coaches are not teaching and reinforcing an outside step single leg. How much is this overlooked? Watch the video above.
Far Ankle Pros And Cons
Jun 1, 2020If you have never seen the benefits of far ankle defense, you may not have been paying very close attention to wrestling in the last 20 years, because the trend probably goes back that far, maybe even further.
The Six Slickest Elbow Control Scores
May 19, 2020Stevan Micic shoots an inside reach single that looks like a high crotch at first. Very sneaky, Stevan.
We're Currently In The Middle Of An Elbow Control Renaissance
May 18, 2020Hyperbolic? Possibly, but you're still reading, aren't you? The truth is, as a tie-up, elbow control attacks ARE actually in the midst of a renaissance as of late.
Six Wild 2-On-1 Defenses You Need To Start Drilling
May 13, 2020Start drilling this Frankie Chamizo technique that Zach Tanelli shows — you’ll thank me later.
7 Sure-Fire Ways Of Scoring From A 2-on-1
May 12, 2020PD3 covers a lot of options is less than a minute in this video, so pay close attention and get the pause button ready.
A Beginner's Manual For 2-on-1s
May 11, 2020Let me start with a strong declaration: IT'S A TWO-ON-ONE (2-on-1), NOT A RUSSIAN.
Six Cradles That Will Get You A Pin From Every Position
Apr 28, 2020One thing that I’ve been spending more and more time on is not just what to do, but when to do it. Joe Heskett does an incredible job explaining it here.
Six Sick Scrambles That Made It On Behind The Dirt
Apr 22, 2020Mason Gibson wasn’t even in high school when he did a round-off out of a fireman’s carry in the Super 32 finals.
A Brief History And How-To On Scramble Wrestling
Apr 20, 2020Most wrestling fans recognize Ben Askren as the Godfather of Funk Wrestling — and rightfully so. His match with Jake Herbert in the NCAA finals caused a paradigm shift in the sport that we’re still talking (and writing) about. While Ben was one of the first to introduce scrambling as a valid style of wrestling to the mainstream in the modern era of wrestling, he was by no means the first person to innovate the sport in that way. If you ask the old-timers and people in the know who some of the funkiest wrestlers in history are, a lot of them will point to a skinny kid from Oregon named Rick Sanders.
Are There Holes In Your Baseline Defense?
Apr 13, 2020Baseline D is back, and it’s back in a big way. If you believe in drawing lines through history as I do, then stay with me for a minute.
5 Filthy Double Leg Techniques That'll Help You Jump Levels
Apr 8, 2020Any time you can learn a new way to hit a double leg, you should do it. Below are five different looks at a double leg brought to you by wrestling's best.
Doubles Are Worth The Trouble. Which One Is Best For You?
Apr 5, 2020Is it important to have a good double leg? Yes and No.
The 6 Best Ways To Get To Your Head Outside Single
Apr 1, 2020JohnMark Bentley goes over basic hand fighting technique to get a collar tie off and start getting to your offense.