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  • 09/23/18--22:00: Defending Leg Riders
  • with Mike Moreno,
    University of Northern Colorado Assistant Coach;
    2x All-American for Iowa State University

    Finding yourself trapped underneath a good leg rider can be one of the most intimidating places to be in a wrestling match if you don't understand the mechanics of leg riding.

    In this video, two-time All-American Mike Moreno shows how to beat leg riders in a multitude of situations. Moreno has built a system of leg riding defense based around "forcing the sit and clearing the pocket," maintaining superior position and reacting to the opponent's actions. His system emphasizes scoring out of your opponent's leg ride.

    Coach Moreno demonstrates fundamental techniques to defend and score against an opponent's leg ride, as well as common scenarios from the position, such as power halves, double boots and being flat on your belly. This video will show how to get reversals that will also lead to back points.

    Creating a Superior Defensive Position

    Moreno demonstrates "forcing the sit and clearing the pocket" and creating a superior position in which to attack the top rider and score backs and potential pin falls. He demonstrates how to create and maintain a position that will maximize offensive opportunities. You'll learn techniques including:

    • Forcing the sit: Establishes a superior defensive position from the bottom in which to attack the leg rider.
    • Clearing the Pockets and Creating Hip Separation: Ideal position to limit offensive opportunities for your opponent.
    • Attacking the Foot: Helps to pin the opponent's hips to the mat and allow for better movement from the bottom wrestler.
    • Vaulting the Hips: Creates and maintains constant pressure on the opponent.

    Beating Tough Leg Riding Situations

    A tough leg rider can be dominant at the high school and youth level. Coach Moreno covers some of the most common leg riding situations and provides you with a plan of attack to not only defend against these turns, but to create your own scoring opportunities, including:

    • Crossface: Moreno shows two options to reverse the opponent to their back when they try to crossface while in a good sit position. Includes when the opponent has you going toward the direction they want.
    • Being Pulled Back: Defend against being pulled back, without giving up back points, and reverse your opponent.
    • Power Half: Learn a low-risk swim technique that will get a quick reversal with a possible near fall.
    • Flat on the Mat: Discover how to transition back to the good sit position or free your leg when flat on the mat with one or two legs in. Once back in the good sit position, all the previous options become available again.

    Coach Moreno does an excellent job explaining the "whys" and "hows" of the technique and application in various scenarios. Having the knowledge to defend and beat leg riding is invaluable. The techniques and positions shown by Moreno will be a game-changer for the developing bottom wrestler.

    50 minutes. 2018.


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    with Tucker Lane,
    University of Northern Colorado Assistant Coach;
    4x NCAA Qualifier at heavyweight for the University of Nebraska;
    4x NWCA All-Academic team

    Mindset and strategy, regardless of stature, are just as important for victorious heavyweight wrestling. Tucker Lane was able to compete and win at heavyweight despite being at a size and strength disadvantage in many matches using the mindset and strategies taught in this video!

    Creating Scoring Opportunities with Aggressive Head Control

    Constantly moving and controlling the head forces a heavyweight to move, fatiguing them and presenting more opportunities to attack later in the match. Coach Lane demonstrates drills to develop the feel of how to effectively control the head. This pressure, applied constantly in the early rounds of a match, will lead to big dividends (scoring opportunities) in the latter stages of the match.

    Control Ties: Underhooks

    Once a wrestler has worn their opponent out with head pressure, it's time to focus on getting into a control tie so the athlete can attack their opponent. Lane focuses on three control ties:

    • Collar Tie
    • 2-on-1
    • Underhook

    He explains the objectives and reasons why he likes the collar tie and 2-on-1, but spends the majority of this segment showing attacks from the underhook.

    Heavyweight wrestlers have monstrous hips and thighs, making it easy for them to defend bad shots by simply sprawling back. Lane shows why attacks from the underhook are ideal, because they don't put wrestlers in a precarious position when attacking, and, offer a high reward as the finishes are easy to execute.

    The underhook is a dominant tie up, and no decent wrestler will just give it up, so Coach Lanes show you how to get into an underhook from two scenarios - when you have a collar tie and when an opponent over-extends. He also details the ideal head position from an underhook to maximize scoring opportunities.

    After getting the underhook, four solid attacks are covered. These attacks complement each other and build a varied and highly successful strategy for heavyweight competitions:

    • Snap down to a front headlock
    • Execute a throw-by
    • Hit a far knee pick
    • Get a snatch single

    Coach Lane goes into detail on how to execute and finish a snatch single, and why it should be a heavyweight's bread and butter move from this position on. After getting the snatch single, Tucker explains the more dynamic finishes from the single leg that don't work that well at heavyweight, and instead, shows how to elevate the leg to finish.

    Defensive Techniques on the Mat

    At heavyweight, a lot of easy points are given from the front head lock position. Coach Lane shows a simple method to get out of the front head lock by adhering to the principles of:

    • Tripoding up
    • Keeping arms close
    • Grabbing the hand that's controlling the neck
    • Getting the head across the chest
    • Continuing to circle until you get out

    When it comes to tactics on the mat, Tucker keeps it simple and shows why the best way for a heavyweight to get off their belly is to simply use their inside knee to get up into the referee's position, and pressure themselves to stand up from there. The technique is taught clearly, allowing even the most uncoordinated heavyweight to understand what they need to do. On top, you will learn how to counter this position to maintain top position and potentially rack up riding points.

    Coach Lane provides all the techniques, positions, and strategies needed to be successful competing and winning in the heavyweight division!

    66 minutes. 2018.


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    with Zac Dominguez,
    President and Head Coach of MWC Wrestling Academy in Omaha (NE);
    former University of Nebraska Omaha Assistant Coach;
    President of USA Wrestling Coaching Council;
    Freestyle and Greco Director for Nebraska USA Wrestling;
    2013 USA National Developmental Coach of the Year;
    2007 USA Wrestling Coach of the Year;

    and Dr. Grove Higgins,
    Human Performance and Rehabilitation Clinic Director (CO);

    Coach Dominguez covers how a coach can keep a practice structured and fun at the same time by using drill games. The games not only keep practice fun and exciting, but also develop skill. Games include:

    • Quad Hand Fight: Teaches wrestlers how to keep the pressure off their hands and put the opponent's weight on their hands.
    • Go to Back Drill: Teaches a wrestler how to back arch by falling backwards.
    • Foot Tag: Develops level change and quickness.
    • Double Reverse Lift: Emphasizes a wrestler getting their hips underneath them in order to lift their opponent off the mat before their opponent lifts them.
    • Hand Fighting on the Knees: Teaches wrestlers to fight for position and move their opponent just by using their upper body.

    Questions and Answers

    Coach Dominguez answers questions from other coaches who are in attendance. Topics covered include:

    • How to open lines of communication for wrestlers of all ages.
    • The biggest issues youth wrestlers face and how to overcome those issues.
    • How to control parents and have them fit your system as opposed to having your system fit them. This includes dealing with other sports they may be playing.
    • How to develop unorthodox techniques that kids may use that are not normally taught.
    • His year round program development.

    Lecture: Improving Mobility and Adaptation for Athletes through Repetition

    Dr. Higgins provides the insight for any coach or athlete to unlock their potential to increase overall performance. This will also directly translate into wrestling by allowing an athlete to learn technique quicker due to having a greater ability to move, decrease injury potential, and increase overall performance.

    Shin Box

    Dr. Higgins introduces the 'Shin Box system' that coaches and athletes can use to assess and train mobility. He also covers the prescription, progressions, and instruction of the mobility drills within the system. This system is a game-changer in the world of sports performance because it can drastically increase performance in an athlete.

    Questions and Answers

    Higgins opens the floor for a variety of questions and answers. Some of the most common questions relate to pain management in the lower back and the wrist, were he addresses three specific drills:

    • Squat and Twist: A simple and effective drill to eliminate back pain.
    • Arm Bar: Utilizes a kettlebell to release tension around the spine.
    • Wrist Rolls: Helps realign the bones in the wrist and hand in order to decrease pain.

    Dr. Higgins breaks down performance to the most basic level so that you will understand how to improve mobility and maximize the performance of your athletes.

    Produced at the 2017 USA Wrestling Silver Coaches Clinic in Lincoln (NE).

    185 minutes (2 DVDs). 2018.


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    with Mike Duroe,
    Cornell College Head Coach; winningest coach in Cornell history

    and Mike Clayton,
    USA Wrestling National Coaches Education Program Manager;
    Former Head Coach at Stevens Institute of Technology;
    2008 NCAA Division III Rookie Coach of the Year

    and Joe Russell,
    US National Freestyle Assistant Coach;
    former George Mason University Head Coach and Assistant Coach at the University of Minnesota

    Mike Clayton and Mike Duroe take on common problem positions for youth and high school wrestlers. This is a wonderful training video where both coaches take insightful questions from the field and answer them on the spot.

    Joe Russell has an extensive background in wrestling and coaching. Along the way, he has put together a guide book that goes out to each of his athletes. This helps all parties to be on the same page and a true part of the program.

    On the Mat: Coaching Techniques

    Coaches Clayton and Duroe field questions regarding technique, but also cover finishing and countering a head inside single. Their focus is on when to let go of the leg as well as how to counter this shot.

    Clayton begins with basic understanding of when a good time is to hang onto the leg and let go of it. This sequence leads to discussion on the importance of having good mobility in order to finish and some complete finishes from a head inside.

    He also discusses the importance of connecting with your athletes and including them in the teaching aspect of coaching as well as sitting down with your assistants and getting their involvement or technique to assist the athletes. Clayton completes with some finishes and how to coach young kids.

    Coach Duroe discusses the importance of position and how to integrate it into a practice. He firmly believes in having high and low level guys in the room at the same time in order to grow everyone. He also discusses how getting up off the mat is of primary importance after hitting a shot. This leads into several ways to get to a single and how hand fighting makes that easier.

    From a more technical aspect, Duroe covers basic positioning for his short offense and how he continues to win those positions. Finally he fields a question about crossfacing; when, how, and the most important aspects of it. Coach Duroe has a good pedigree in coaching athletes at the highest levels of the sport.

    Lecture: The George Mason Way

    Coach Russell provides a description of materials that he provides to each of his athletes to ensure they are all on the same page and know what is expected. He also goes through some of his general team philosophy of technique

    The first part of his guidebook is a section on general expectations and priorities. This gives a rough outline to his philosophy, the team culture, and some principles of success. He talks about how important it is to take care of each other and how to "Maintain excellence in everything we do." He stresses time management and his code of conduct that holds athletes accountable.

    In the second section, Russell focuses on technique strategy. This includes the general items that are practiced during the season as well as all the "fun stuff" that will be gone over in the off-season. He outlines the difference between high percentage and low percentage technique and why it's important to differentiate between the two. Finally, he goes through his philosophies in each position on the mat.

    As a conclusion, Coach Russell writes about his off the mat strategies. This includes items such as life skills, "How do we win in other areas of life," and "Fake it until you make it." This is a great section because typically, if our lives outside of wrestling are squared away, the wrestling part is easier!

    157 minutes (2 DVDs). 2018.


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    WRD-05368A: with Mike Duroe,
    Cornell College Head Coach; winningest coach in Cornell history

    and Mike Clayton,
    USA Wrestling National Coaches Education Program Manager;
    Former Head Coach at Stevens Institute of Technology;
    2008 NCAA Division III Rookie Coach of the Year

    and Joe Russell,
    US National Freestyle Assistant Coach;
    former George Mason University Head Coach and Assistant Coach at the University of Minnesota

    Mike Clayton and Mike Duroe take on common problem positions for youth and high school wrestlers. This is a wonderful training video where both coaches take insightful questions from the field and answer them on the spot.

    Joe Russell has an extensive background in wrestling and coaching. Along the way, he has put together a guide book that goes out to each of his athletes. This helps all parties to be on the same page and a true part of the program.

    On the Mat: Coaching Techniques

    Coaches Clayton and Duroe field questions regarding technique, but also cover finishing and countering a head inside single. Their focus is on when to let go of the leg as well as how to counter this shot.

    Clayton begins with basic understanding of when a good time is to hang onto the leg and let go of it. This sequence leads to discussion on the importance of having good mobility in order to finish and some complete finishes from a head inside.

    He also discusses the importance of connecting with your athletes and including them in the teaching aspect of coaching as well as sitting down with your assistants and getting their involvement or technique to assist the athletes. Clayton completes with some finishes and how to coach young kids.

    Coach Duroe discusses the importance of position and how to integrate it into a practice. He firmly believes in having high and low level guys in the room at the same time in order to grow everyone. He also discusses how getting up off the mat is of primary importance after hitting a shot. This leads into several ways to get to a single and how hand fighting makes that easier.

    From a more technical aspect, Duroe covers basic positioning for his short offense and how he continues to win those positions. Finally he fields a question about crossfacing; when, how, and the most important aspects of it. Coach Duroe has a good pedigree in coaching athletes at the highest levels of the sport.

    Lecture: The George Mason Way

    Coach Russell provides a description of materials that he provides to each of his athletes to ensure they are all on the same page and know what is expected. He also goes through some of his general team philosophy of technique

    The first part of his guidebook is a section on general expectations and priorities. This gives a rough outline to his philosophy, the team culture, and some principles of success. He talks about how important it is to take care of each other and how to "Maintain excellence in everything we do." He stresses time management and his code of conduct that holds athletes accountable.

    In the second section, Russell focuses on technique strategy. This includes the general items that are practiced during the season as well as all the "fun stuff" that will be gone over in the off-season. He outlines the difference between high percentage and low percentage technique and why it's important to differentiate between the two. Finally, he goes through his philosophies in each position on the mat.

    As a conclusion, Coach Russell writes about his off the mat strategies. This includes items such as life skills, "How do we win in other areas of life," and "Fake it until you make it." This is a great section because typically, if our lives outside of wrestling are squared away, the wrestling part is easier!

    157 minutes (2 DVDs). 2018.



    WRD-05368B:

    with Zac Dominguez,
    President and Head Coach of MWC Wrestling Academy in Omaha (NE);
    former University of Nebraska Omaha Assistant Coach;
    President of USA Wrestling Coaching Council;
    Freestyle and Greco Director for Nebraska USA Wrestling;
    2013 USA National Developmental Coach of the Year;
    2007 USA Wrestling Coach of the Year;

    and Dr. Grove Higgins,
    Human Performance and Rehabilitation Clinic Director (CO);

    Coach Dominguez covers how a coach can keep a practice structured and fun at the same time by using drill games. The games not only keep practice fun and exciting, but also develop skill. Games include:

    • Quad Hand Fight: Teaches wrestlers how to keep the pressure off their hands and put the opponent's weight on their hands.
    • Go to Back Drill: Teaches a wrestler how to back arch by falling backwards.
    • Foot Tag: Develops level change and quickness.
    • Double Reverse Lift: Emphasizes a wrestler getting their hips underneath them in order to lift their opponent off the mat before their opponent lifts them.
    • Hand Fighting on the Knees: Teaches wrestlers to fight for position and move their opponent just by using their upper body.

    Questions and Answers

    Coach Dominguez answers questions from other coaches who are in attendance. Topics covered include:

    • How to open lines of communication for wrestlers of all ages.
    • The biggest issues youth wrestlers face and how to overcome those issues.
    • How to control parents and have them fit your system as opposed to having your system fit them. This includes dealing with other sports they may be playing.
    • How to develop unorthodox techniques that kids may use that are not normally taught.
    • His year round program development.

    Lecture: Improving Mobility and Adaptation for Athletes through Repetition

    Dr. Higgins provides the insight for any coach or athlete to unlock their potential to increase overall performance. This will also directly translate into wrestling by allowing an athlete to learn technique quicker due to having a greater ability to move, decrease injury potential, and increase overall performance.

    Shin Box

    Dr. Higgins introduces the 'Shin Box system' that coaches and athletes can use to assess and train mobility. He also covers the prescription, progressions, and instruction of the mobility drills within the system. This system is a game-changer in the world of sports performance because it can drastically increase performance in an athlete.

    Questions and Answers

    Higgins opens the floor for a variety of questions and answers. Some of the most common questions relate to pain management in the lower back and the wrist, were he addresses three specific drills:

    • Squat and Twist: A simple and effective drill to eliminate back pain.
    • Arm Bar: Utilizes a kettlebell to release tension around the spine.
    • Wrist Rolls: Helps realign the bones in the wrist and hand in order to decrease pain.

    Dr. Higgins breaks down performance to the most basic level so that you will understand how to improve mobility and maximize the performance of your athletes.

    Produced at the 2017 USA Wrestling Silver Coaches Clinic in Lincoln (NE).

    185 minutes (2 DVDs). 2018.




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    YWVD-04220A: with Greg Strobel, Distinguished member of the National Wrestling Hall of Fame (2012);
    former Lehigh University Head Coach; USA Wrestling's 2010 Man of the Year; '03-'04 NWCA National Coach of the Year; 4x EIWA Coach of the Year; 2000 US Olympic Team Coach; 2x NCAA Champions (and 3x All American) at Oregon State

    Get help developing a multitude of practice plans that will maximize your wrestler's performance on the mat.

    Hall of Fame Coach Greg Strobel is a leader in coaching education. In this video, Coach Strobel shares many insights from his illustrious career that will provide you with a foundation on which to plan your practices. His discussion covers a wide range of topics including practice length, intensity, and the three main aspects of wrestling.

    Identifying your core philosophy will help you to plan your practices (and your program) around what you believe is most important. Coach Strobel emphasizes how your core philosophy drives not only how you run a practice, but what you want your athletes to get out of it. He believes that having fun is extremely important and that you don't have to break an athlete in order to get a top performance from them.

    Coach Strobel is a master at making a practice plan and laying it out in easy to digest bite-sized pieces that can be combined in multiple variations for an unending supply of practices. He then talks about five areas to consider when developing practices: length of practice, intensity of practice, three principles of planning (technical skill, athletic skill, and fitness level), week at a glance, and peaking.

    Strobel then reveals several of his trademark workouts:

    • Pre-Combat Options - Five different combinations of Warm-up and Drilling.
    • Combat Options - 11 different combinations of types of live wrestling.
    • Post-Combat Options - Different choices of cool down exercises.
    Varying practices is very important to keep your wrestlers fresh and excited about attending practice. By mixing and matching these options, the user can develop hundreds of different practice plans based on the level of intensity and volume you require.

    This enables you to see the principles of practice planning applied in the practice room and allows you to see one of his favorite practice formats.

    This DVD is an essential tool for novice wrestling coaches or experienced coaches looking to enhance their practices and give their wrestlers the edge they need.

    This series of videos was produced by Championship Productions in association with AAU (The Amateur Athletic Union).

    67 minutes. 2013.



    YWVD-04220B: with Greg Strobel, Distinguished member of the National Wrestling Hall of Fame (2012);
    former Lehigh University Head Coach; USA Wrestling's 2010 Man of the Year; '03-'04 NWCA National Coach of the Year; 4x EIWA Coach of the Year; 2000 US Olympic Team Coach; 2x NCAA Champions (and 3x All American) at Oregon State

    Create better and more efficient practices through proper drilling.

    Former Olympic Coach Greg Strobel delivers a video packed with over 30 drills that coaches of all levels can use to get the best out of their wrestlers and their teams. His philosophy on drilling is that precise drilling creates good habits on the mat.

    In this video you will discover how to get your wrestlers to drill to perfection. Coach Strobel uses a step-by-step approach to drilling, paying attention to every detail. He explains the importance of detailed drilling to help your wrestlers to learn the correct positions and techniques they need to succeed. He gives you an assortment of drills that you can easily implement into your practice sessions.

    Coach Strobel discusses the various types of drilling and how each kind can benefit the wrestler with various examples of each. You will learn several drills within each drill type and when to implement them within your practices, which allows you to adjust your drilling to match the intensity or volume of your practice. These different types of drilling include:

    • Open Drilling - Unstructured wrestler's choice that is perfect for observation by the coach.
    • Structured Drilling - Controlled drilling to work on specific focus.
    • Situation Drills - Drills or live wrestling situations designed to work wrestlers from different positions.
    • Match Situation Drilling - Live wrestling out of different time and score scenarios.
    • Specific Drills to Fix or Teach - The best drills to fix problems.
    Many of the drills that coach Strobel shows help build muscle memory so that technique becomes instinct and you can wrestle drill matches that simulate match conditions. These drills will teach your wrestlers how to hand fight, counter, escape, ride, fight off their back, scramble, create space, keep from wrist control and much, much more. These simple-to-teach drills will help your wrestlers master moves they once struggled with, giving them more confidence to succeed during competition. In no time, they will be on their way to becoming better, more refined wrestlers.

    This DVD will minimize learning curves, give you and your wrestlers more confidence before entering a match and provide an edge over your opponents.

    This series of videos was produced by Championship Productions in association with AAU (The Amateur Athletic Union).

    70 minutes. 2013.



    YWVD-04220C: with Tom Koch, Strength and Conditioning Coach for Lehigh Valley Athletic Club, former Lehigh University Assistant Coach, EIWA Champion ('96) at Lehigh

    When coaching the developing wrestler, strength & conditioning is vital to their success. Take advantage of this unique opportunity to see the strength and conditioning philosophy of one of the most storied wrestling programs in the entire country.

    Lehigh has always been known for their exceptional strength and conditioning and in this video, Tom Koch walks through the fundamentals of athletic training and demonstrates a myriad of exercises to help enhance your athlete's speed, power and conditioning.

    Coach Koch begins with an informative overview of the principals of athletic training and how it translates to training the developing wrestler. Koch then talks about the importance of the following concepts:

    • Speed - Changing direction and quickness
    • Power - Maximizing force quickly
    • Conditioning - Small short bursts, starting and stopping quickly
    Agility Ladder Training
    According to Coach Koch, the perfect tool for agility training in wrestling is the agility ladder. You'll see more than 15 different drills including variations for each, for linear movement, lateral movement, plyometrics and upper body workouts. These drills help develop foot speed, coordination and "fast twitch" muscle fibers, as well as condition your athletes. You'll also see how to adapt those same agility ladder drills to develop hand speed. Your team will be able to work the entire body using the same movements to develop footwork.

    Plyometric Training
    Koch demonstrates several plyometric exercises designed to increase your wrestlers' functional power. He discusses common misconceptions with plyometrics that can hinder an athlete's performance improvement. There are more than 20 exercises demonstrated by Coach Koch in this section of the video, including different types of pushups, box exercises, plyometric jumps and core strength with the medicine ball.

    These drills incorporate conditioning into their in strength building. This carries over perfectly to wrestling since many matches require both strength/power and strength endurance in order to be successful.

    Coach Koch demonstrates, with young athletes, how these workout drills can be extremely challenging and fun at the same time. Often times athletes don't even know that they are being trained due to the change of pace and fun in completing these exercises. These are exercises that can be done by any age athlete that will push their sports development to new heights.

    The use of non-traditional items within your gym will lend greatly to improving strength and body control. This video is a great tool for coaches, parents, and athletes who want to improve their strength and general body control!

    This series of videos was produced by Championship Productions in association with AAU (The Amateur Athletic Union).

    75 minutes. 2013.




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    Gary Mayabb,
    Staley (MO) High School Head Coach;6X MO State High School Championships (Oak Park HS);
    USA Wrestling Manager of Greco-Roman Programs; USA Wrestling Gold level coach (highest level possible); USA Wrestling Cadet Greco-Roman Coach of the Year (2014); 2X NWCA Region Coach of the Year and 2X State Coach of the Year;
    as a wrestler, competed at Central Missouri (2X team captain) where he was an NCAA qualifier and was also a 4x qualifier for the US Olympic Team Trials

    Are you ready to turn your wrestlers into great wrestlers and help them get wins over the toughest opponents on their schedule? Gary Mayabb has developed a system over the years that has allowed his wrestlers, some of whom came into the season as average-at-best wrestlers, to be able to compete with, and even beat, some of the highest-skilled wrestlers they've faced by the conclusion of the season.

    In this video, Mayabb begins with his philosophy and how he developed this system. Beginning with using the basics to gain the advantage, Mayabb discusses the importance for wrestlers to stay "in the box" with their stance while analyzing their opponents.

    From there, Mayabb uses the two most common takedowns, singles and doubles, as the basis to begin chain wrestling. Before getting into a single or double, Mayabb demonstrates four different setups to get to a takedown based on the opponent's reactions. After the takedown you'll get four finishes, including drills, to help perfect the top riding position in Mayabb's "Flat Iron" drilling sessions.

    Coach Mayabb and his staff spent years fine-tuning this system that has led to multiple championships and great successes and accomplishments for the variety of wrestlers he has coached. If your lineup isn't 'stacked' with top-tier, high-performing wrestlers going into the season, this is a great resource to use to help your athletes outperform their expectations and end their season, and their careers, on an upward swing!

    130 minutes. 2018.


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