There is a front headlock in the vast majority of wrestling matches, so learning to defend and attack from this scenario can turn an average wrestler into a great one.
The front headlock shuck takes advantage of a quick change in direction, and uses an opponent’s hustle into a weapon for an easy score. But speed and surprise are not the only keys to this technique, understanding proper body positioning is the difference between the exposing yourself or your opponent to danger.
Learn the front headlock shuck, and you’ll have an ace up your sleeve in the most crucial and hard fought position in wrestling.
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