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    Default Switches and Sit-outs

    How come I don't see any switches or sit-outs at the state and national level at all?

    How come they aren't used?
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    Default Re: Switches and Sit-outs

    At the higher levels, many wrestlers are more confident on their feet than they are on the bottom. They would would rather stand up and go for a takedown than work for a reversal. This may be because many of the better wrestlers do a lot of freestyle in the off season, where wrestling from neutral is emphasized and there is much less scoring from the bottom. I think a well executed switch (especially an inside switch ) is hard to beat.
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    Default Re: Switches and Sit-outs

    honestly ive often wondered that and I would imagine at those lvls the person riding has incredible hips, pressure, and can follow you anywhere you go.

    but I am probably wrong lol

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