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  1. Enhancing Learning in a Wrestling Practice Room

    by , 07-02-2010 at 07:50 PM (Wrestling - High School, College, Promotion, & Tips)
    Enhancing Learning in a Wrestling Practice Room

    Enhancing Learning in a Wrestling Practice Room By Andrew Johnson, Ph.D. Mankato, Minnesota.

    Elements of Effective Skills Instruction
    Teaching a skill of any kind incorporates five components: (a) identification of the procedural components, (b) dire c t instruction and modeling, (c) guided practice, (d) independent practice, and (e) review. Incorporating these components into a wrestling practice room will ...

    Updated 07-03-2010 at 01:30 PM by Schlottke

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  2. Making Money Writing About Wrestling on Forums - The Basics

    by , 06-25-2010 at 07:26 PM (Wrestling - High School, College, Promotion, & Tips)
    One thing I love about my job is that I get paid to do what I love. I work from home, having done so since I was 19 (I'm 26 now), and using the one of the same techniques I am about to show you I've made a great deal of money.

    Now, I don't want you to get any delusions of grandeur because expecting to make a million dollars writing about wrestling is nonsense, but done right you can make enough to pay a cell phone bill, a car payment, or even a mortgage. The lesson to take away from ...
  3. Promoting Your Wrestling Camps Online - The Basics

    by , 06-25-2010 at 04:29 PM (Wrestling - High School, College, Promotion, & Tips)
    The wrestling camp marketplace is an ever growing industry that is beginning to mature online. Camps like Ken Chertow's and J Robinson's dominate the market but there are literally thousands of camps competing for various markets throughout the United States and your goal is to win as much of your market as possible. I am going to cover a couple basics of marketing in this edition so there shouldn't be too much difficulty grasping this lesson.

    Promoting through video: For some reason, ...
  4. Principles of the Cross Body Ride

    by , 06-05-2010 at 06:38 PM (Wrestling - High School, College, Promotion, & Tips)
    Principles of the Cross Body Ride (Special Thanks to Spider)
    GOOD POSITION

    • Your outside foot goes between his legs.
    • Hook his near ankle with the toe of your outside foot (grapevine).
    • Your body is perpendicular to his body in the small of his back
    • Near elbow in his armpit.
    • Far hand holding his ankle.
    • Head up and back arched.
    • Your hips always tight to his hips and higher than his.
    • Your body parallel to the mat.
    • Your back foot
    ...

    Updated 06-05-2010 at 07:24 PM by Schlottke

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    Wrestling Technique
  5. Principles for Three Basic Takedowns

    by , 06-05-2010 at 06:35 PM (Wrestling - High School, College, Promotion, & Tips)
    Single Leg

    • Wrist chop - As opponent reaches (either tired or poor position) chop the wrist defending the leg you are attacking.
    • Wrist pull - While circling with your opponent, pull hard on the wrist defending the leg you are attacking? When they react you release their wrist (pulling hand in, close to their side). Begin shooting immediately when you release their hand.
    • Elbow pop - When your opponent reaches with their arm that is supposed to defend their lead leg
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