Becoming a Champion Wrestler Takedowns: Control the Man, Control the Mat!
Coach Strobel has been a successful wrestling coach at every level. In this break-through DVD series, he shares his expertise to benefit young wrestlers, and their coaches, to help advance this fantastic sport! In this DVD, Strobel presents fundamental techniques that every wrestler needs to know and execute from the feet. Strobel covers every area of takedowns: Drills, tie-ups, high- and low-level singles, underhooks, two-on-one, counter offense, and more. Whether you or your opponent initiate the move, these techniques will give you more opportunities to score!
70 minutes. 2005.
Becoming a Champion Wrestler Escapes and Reversals: The Attitude to Get Away!
A championship wrestler must be able to get away from his opponent. If your opponent is riding you, you're getting beat. Coach Strobel's four principles to escapes are good position, strong attitude, avoid handles, and solve the problem. Starting with a discussion on proper position, Strobel breaks down technique for three fundamental escapes: Rolls (including the Granby), switches, and stand-ups. He also shows how to "solve" the tight waist and spiral rides, as well as how to stop leg riders. This is an excellent DVD that will get your wrestlers to their feet and ready to attack!
42 minutes. 2005.
Becoming a Champion Wrestler Riding and Pinning: Finding a Handle!
Riding your opponent in wrestling is hard work. In this DVD, Coach Strobel shows your wrestlers the fundamentals--and some tricks--that will help keep your opponent on the mat. Strobel begins by demonstrating cradles and arm bars, covering near, far, basket, and cross-face cradles. From there he shows proper spiral rides and tight waist rides and also shows how to get some quick points with tilts from these rides. Strobel closes with his favorite move - the Far-Leg Turk. You can be a good wrestler without strong riding and pinning skills, but to be a Champion, riding is a must. With this DVD, your young wrestlers will get a good foundation in riding and pinning skills!
46 minutes. 2005.