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Wrestling Illustrated: An Instructional Guide
Originally designed as a syllabus for teachers and students in the wrestling skills and techniques classes at Springfield College, the materials in this book have also been successfully used as a self-teaching manual by wrestlers and coaches throughout the country. The content and its arrangement is the result of many years of experience in developing an effective wrestling program. A students comment or action in class and discussion with other
instructors, coaches, and wrestlers have provided many of the ideas and techniques.
This guide presents the fundamentals of effective wrestling in a progression specifically designed for efficient learning. From the numberless holds, counters, and blocks that constitute skillful Wrestling, this book explains and illustrates in detail 65 maneuvers, arranging them in 38 sequences and drills.
The sequences teach the basic wrestling techniques through step-by-step instructions, with each step given in full detail and keyed to an accompanying illustration. In learning the various moves and holds, the wrestler uses them in combinations that progressively develop his skills in a sure and logical manner.
The basic positions and movements are practiced in the warm-up and conditioning activities, and are then followed by the sequences. The holds and maneuvers are also listed in summary according to the usual categories of take-downs, rides, pins, and reversals. An outline for 30 lessons suggests a scheme for individual or class instruction.
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