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8/16/11 1:10 PM
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Mad Dangler
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Can u guys suggest a work out routine. Phone Post
8/16/11 1:23 PM
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The best way to gain wrestler's strength is through wrestling but if this is not an option for you I have found that extreme cross fit workouts closely resemble wrestling. It is the use of multiple muscle groups at the same time that give wrestlers what seem to be extra strength. Also, wrestlers have functional strength. Through years of drilling and full go wrestlers develop strength to shoot and then to finish takedowns. They also have great body awareness and positioning which only ads to their strength.

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8/16/11 1:27 PM
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Thnks I will look into crossfit and maybe look for a wrestling club. Phone Post
8/16/11 1:36 PM
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I am an old wrestler and rolling full go just isn't that easy for me anymore. One or two matches in and I am done. The crossfit kicks my ass well enough.

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10/16/11 9:40 AM
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Try sandbags. I hear good things because the weight is shifing within the bag as a person would shift around. Clean type movements. Watch how Iowa and other colleges train weights- vids are on flowrestling- just google it.
Plate workouts, Hill Runs, Circuit training etc

Rope climbs- good for grip.

Drills. Practice for speed, over and over and over. Shots, downblocks, sprawl and spin, hip heists against walls, sit outs etc. Shadow wrestling, holding stance, movement.

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10/16/11 9:41 AM
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Try sandbags. I hear good things because the weight is shifing within the bag as a person would shift around. Clean type movements. Watch how Iowa and other colleges train weights- vids are on flowrestling- just google it.
Plate workouts, Hill Runs, Circuit training etc

Rope climbs- good for grip.

Drills. Practice for speed, over and over and over. Shots, downblocks, sprawl and spin, hip heists against walls, sit outs etc. Shadow wrestling, holding stance, movement.

Play other sports
10/16/11 1:26 PM
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Mad Dangler
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Those all sound like good work outs.
I'll check out those videos.

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10/26/11 9:23 PM
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Just wrestle. It isnt the hard wrestling tht makes wrestlers monsters. It is the years of repeated training and the mentailty that develops. An out of shape wrestler beats an in shape striker on most days, if you ask me. Barring the one shot Ko, of course. Phone Post

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