- Learn to chain together pinning combinations and tilts to turn your opponent like NCAA champion Anthony Robles
- Develop intense hand fighting skills to improve your position
- Learn to drill setups from different tie-ups to create openings and scoring opportunities
- Drills to condition the core muscles are presented in a unique and informative manner
featuring Ken Chertow,
Queens University Head Coach;
US Olympian; 3x NCAA All American and 3x Academic All-American at Penn State,
2x Junior World Champion, Midlands Champion and Outstanding Wrestler.
Coach Chertow coached at both Ohio State and Penn State where his teams won the National Duals and finished in the top 5 at NCAA Championships 75% of the time. You can learn from Coach Chertow personally at his year round and summer Gold Medal Training Camp.
A continuation from Coach Chertow's Home Training Center Skills & Drills instruction, this DVD covers a variety of drills from neutral, top, and bottom positions with a focus on chain drilling with partners.
- Chain Drill from Top Position - Chain together two or three pinning combinations and tilts to score big points on your opponent like NCAA champion Anthony Robles.
- Hand Fight Game - Develop tough hand fighting skills to improve your takedown setups in a challenging and enjoyable manner. This doubles as a great conditioning drill, too.
- Repetition Drills from the Neutral Position - Use two or three well-practiced takedown options from any given situation to attack both sides of an opponent.
- Tie-up Drills - Work the underhook, 2-on-1, baseball bat wrist control, loose ties and more for easy finishes on your takedowns.
- Exercising the Core - Use straight-leg sit-ups, crunches, v-ups, and planks to strengthen the most important muscle group in wrestling.
Coach Chertow also demonstrates games that you can incorporate into your practice plans. These games are designed to teach your wrestlers essential techniques in a fun way.
This video will help both coaches and wrestlers develop a series to drill intensely and with a purpose during practice while refining their existing repertoire!
53 minutes. 2012.Wrestling Videos