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Wrestling Instruction & Technique Video
Wrestling instruction, training and technique videos are a great tool for wrestlers at all levels of competition. We've used the power of Google video and YouTube to assemble a variety of wrestling instruction, training and technique videos for both folkstyle and freestyle wrestlers.
A few of the wrestling videos can be viewed directly from this page, but scroll down...
Date: 2013-02-22 15:53:39
How To Shoot: Basic Wrestling Moves and Techniques For Beginners
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Tutorial Showing a Basic Penetration Shot For Beginners. VERY important to shoot correctly. This simple breakdown is in steps to make it easier to understand how you take a shot in wrestling. Subscribe for more wrestling moves/technique videos!
This demonstration is for folkstyle and freestyle wrestling. Your shot is...
Front Headlock Series: Head In The Hole Cradle: Basic Wrestling Moves and Technique For Beginners
Tutorial Showing a Front Headlock Head In The Hole Near Side Cradle. Great Move. Get The Pin Or Fall From Your Front Headlock Subscribe for more wrestling technique videos, many more coming soon!
This video is for folkstyle and freestyle wrestling. From your short offense you can also take a guy to his back to get a 5 point move from neutral. You want to score points first, but if you see the...
Lines Of Takedown Defense: Basic Wrestling Moves and ...
Tutorial Showing The Four Lines Of Take Down Defense For Beginners. The four lines of defense are your takedown defense in wrestling. Demonstration is in steps. Subscribe for more wrestling technique videos, many more coming soon!
Simple demonstration of the four lines of defense in folkstyle and freestyle wrestling: 1. head, 2. hands, 3. forearms, 4. hips. This will all come from having a good wrestling stance and being in proper position.