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Wrestling is discipline. Repetition of drills, hard work, weight management, and continually doing the best thing instead of the easiest thing is discipline.
The first step is to master the fundamentals of each individual attack. After this step has been reached, three particular drills can be used to develop a feel for chain wrestling.
Wrestling is an individual sport, you cannot slide by on your teammate’s coattails. You must practice and perfect your own techniques if you want to win.
Start slow, focus on technique and increase the speed as you become more proficient.
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Start with slow, low intensity movements, and gradually progress to full-speed movements through range of motion. Complete these motions for several repetitions
“Everybody’s looking for that shortcut and for that one thing that’s going to make them good at this point and time,” he says. “It’s really got to be the basics.”
Do each exercise for as long as possible until you can’t complete another repetition properly. Work out all your major muscle groups.
“Closer to competitions, we train harder on the mat to check our preparations. There are more bouts in training, concentrating on areas where we have lost points in previous tournaments."
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