- Learn to use re-shots, front headlocks, and other techniques to score from your counter attacks
- Develop the slide-by, as well as the set ups that will enable you to score in competition
- Learn a variety of counter attacks from the sprawl position
- Incorporate tilts and rolls to enhance your top and bottom wrestling
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.
Teach your athletes how to chain wrestle from a wide array of critical positions.
Olympian Ken Chertow covers a broad range of techniques from critical situations in the neutral, top, and bottom positions. His instruction includes:
- Re-shots - Re-attack your opponent following his shot and, while he is coming up and his momentum is forward, change levels to execute a re-shot.
- Frontal Assault Position - This aggressive sprawling position leads to punishing moves like the snake, the twister, cradle and face lock.
- Scoring When Stuck Underneath Your Opponent - Defend your opponent's front headlock by controlling the elbow and looking for moves like the cross knee dump, outside fireman's carry, sucker drag, and peek out.
- Cross-Wrist Roll Series - Coach Chertow presents a series of tilts designed to take your opponent to his back and allow you to score points quickly with the cross-wrist roll, rebar tilt, and ball and chain series.
- Bottom Techniques - Wrestlers often struggle to get off the bottom with conventional stand-ups. When your opponent's top pressure prevents you from doing a stand-up, it's a good time to hip heist and execute a move like a side roll to take your opponent directly to his back.
With every technique, Coach Chertow emphasizes the most important details that make the move work.
59 minutes. 2012.Wrestling Videos