Par-Terre Fundamentals Set

Par-Terre Fundamentals Set
Par-Terre Fundamentals Set
Item# WRD-02086
$69.99
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Product Description

  • Improve your Wrestling coaching!
with Terry Brands,
University of Iowa Associate Head Coach;
2015 Big Ten Co-Champions, 3x NCAA Champions (2008-10);
former USA National Freestyle Resident Coach,
Bronze Medalist 2000 Olympic Games
2x World Champion
2x NCAA Champion at University of Iowa

Here is your chance to become an offensive force in freestyle wrestling. Olympic medalist Terry Brands takes you step-by-step through the finer points of three basic freestyle moves: Gut Wrench, Ankle Lace and the Outside Series. Each move begins by attacking the hips, and from there he shows in great detail how to secure the proper lock, lift and finish each move. Brands also shows different options from each move depending upon how your opponent tries to counter. You'll never leave the mat without points again.

68 minutes. 2003.
with Terry Brands,
University of Iowa Associate Head Coach;
2015 Big Ten Co-Champions, 3x NCAA Champions (2008-10);
former USA National Freestyle Resident Coach,
Bronze Medalist 2000 Olympic Games
2x World Champion
2x NCAA Champion at University of Iowa

Terry Brands has found great success at the International Level: Olympic medalist, 2-time World Freestyle Champion, 2-time World Cup Champion. Brands discusses his two rules for successful freestyle defense: Read your opponent's shoulder and no lazy scenarios. Following these rules he demonstrates defense against gut wrenches (mid/low, high and trap arm), leg laces, leg turks, leg straddles, Ankle/knee hooks and outside series. Some of the tips he covers include beat elbows inside, elbow fighting, turn toe inside, "molding", "jack hammer" and hand fighting. The goal of great freestyle defense is reading where your opponent's pressure is and then keeping him off balance enough not to get his move. With these techniques that Brands teaches, your wrestlers will be well on their way to accomplishing that goal.

42 minutes. 2003.


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