I don't know, but I would guess that he is serious and is a young high school kid who doesn't yet realize the commitment necessary for success in wrestling.
Yes. sxcybeast103 is my aim sn
sry for the late reply, i just got ur message
A tilt is when you don't really have a pinning combination, but you expose your opponent's back to the mat to get back points. Your coach can show you how it's done.
I'd be glad to help you in any way I can, but there's nothing as good as hands-on instruction where you can see the moves. Also, your coach knows your strengths and weaknesses and can tell you specifically what you need to do to improve.
If you want to run up the score to try to get a technical fall, one way, if you are very good on your feet, is to take your opponent down, let him up, then take him down again. Another way is with tilts, but you have to change off to a different tilt each time. My personal wrestling philosophy is to always work for the pin and the rest will take care of itself.
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