Top wrestling requires a diverse attack, and the Cross Wrist Series gives the top man a wide variety of options to secure back points and the fall.
This series works a chop break down, and moves on to the numerous tilts and pinning combination that will present themselves as the positions play out. Key points to the technique are securing the wrist, locking it to the hip, and maintaining forward pressure throughout.
Many wrestler waste time by quickly trying to go for the fall against determined opponents, but the tilts in this series give the rider a chance to build a lead and demoralize their opponent before working for the fall.
The many options presented by this ride make it a must for any coach or athlete interested in the best technique.
Punish on top,
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