High Single Leg Finish Against the Cage

Wrestling takedowns for MMA will make a more well-rounded fighter by using common wrestling techniques that translate well into MMA. It will have fighters scoring more takedowns and defending against the toughest wrestlers. It will also use wrestling positions to open opponents up for strikes, submissions, and chokes. It will …

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The Stand Up

The stand up is the cornerstone of bottom wrestling.  Wrestlers need to make a legitimate attempt to get to their feet EVERY time the whistle blows.  Even if they don’t get out right away this will open up other opportunity to get free.  Check out this video where I go …

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The Inside Tie

Too many wrestlers drill every day as if getting a tie up is enough to take down a good wrestler.  Their is a HUGE difference between a tie-up and a set-up!  Learn to use the inside tie tie-up, combined with pressure and movement, to make a very effective set-up. This video …

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3 Step Process to Pull Off a Funk Roll to Seagirt

The funk roll to seagirt will add another tier to neutral defense that will teach your wrestlers how to score when they’re in bad position. It will flip the table and put the pressure on your opponent, often times breaking their spirit and changing the coarse of the match. Step …

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How To Teach Takedown Setups

One of the most popular questions I get from coaches is…   “what setups to focus on first with wrestlers?” I have to be honest, this changed over the years for me.  It’s no wonder coaches have questions about teaching the neutral position… it’s easily the toughest position to get …

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Coach Weber Interviewed On The AllPro Mindset Podcast

Click Here To Listen Now NCAA Champion Coach Daryl Weber is a guest on Episode 8 of the AllPro Mindset podcast. Coaches and parents of wrestlers know how important developing a tough mental attitude is for success. “The quicker you get someone’s hand raised, the faster they are going to …

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The Problem With The Double Leg Takedown

I’m not sure if you have heard the same talks as I have over the years, but this is what I hear… “The double leg is only for the strongest, fastest and most athletic wrestlers, it’s a waste of time to teach and focus on with most athletes…” I have …

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