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The Attack Style Wrestling Podcast provides high school and youth wrestling coaching tips for coaches, parents and athletes from NCAA Wrestling Champion and Hall of Fame high school coach Daryl Weber. The Attack Style Wrestling Podcast will also feature monthly analysis with legendary wrestler and coach Dan Gable. AttackStyleWrestling.com. Part of the Mat Talk Podcast Network
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Dec 28, 2016

When it comes to coaching, techniques get shared the world over. When it comes to mental preparation and certain tricks of the trade, that's when coaches start becoming a little more guarded about what they know and what they're willing to tell others.

This four-part series will focus on some of those "trade secrets" in working on getting more out of yourself as a coach and more out of your athletes. Some are philosophical, some are carved out of years of practice.

Part 2 of this series centers around simple things for managing weights and technique like not allowing layers of sweats in practice and managing weights every day. Coach Daryl Weber shares stories from his member coaches of Gable Trained and his own teams at Christiansburg.

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Dec 21, 2016

When it comes to coaching, techniques get shared the world over. When it comes to mental preparation and certain tricks of the trade, that's when coaches start becoming a little more guarded about what they know and what they're willing to tell others.

This four-part series will focus on some of those "trade secrets" in working on getting more out of yourself as a coach and more out of your athletes. Some are philosophical, some are carved out of years of practice.

Part 1 of this series centers around geting an athlete to make up their own mind rather than a coach forcing them into doing it. Coach Daryl Weber shares a key anecdote from his senior year with coach Dan Gable.

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Dec 14, 2016

Episode 22 of the Attack Style Wrestling Podcast focuses on teaching the top position with coach Daryl Weber.

Warm Up:
In practices with emphasis on the top position any drills we incorporate into the warm up or quick drills segments will focus on the neutral or bottom position.

Drills
Drills in the top position will focus on learning to transition from one hold to the next, mastering forward pressure and controlling the bottom wrestler with handles and breakdowns. This may be within a series or between series that compliment each other and make for easy setups. Controlling the bottom wrestler with technical detail and pressure are a heavy focus in these drills.

Techniques:
Techniques will be introduced as a part of a series. Typically the most basic technique will be introduced and then others added to address common defensive tactics the bottom wrestler may present.

Sparring & Situational:
Sparring is a great way to develop the chain wrestling skills and the constant pressure needed to be effective from the top position. As quickly as possible their needs to be a strong emphasis on starting in live situations to develop the true feel and skills needed to dominate from the top position. Sparring and situational wrestling mixed with teaching is a great way to master the top position.


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Dec 7, 2016

Episode 21 of the Attack Style Wrestling Podcast focuses on teaching the bottom position with coach Daryl Weber.

Warm Up Drills:
Outside of your normal calisthenics we will insert solo drills that focus on one of three things. The first are base drills that will focus on properly building the base position from various other positions. Second will be solo drills focusing on the technical actions used in the bottom position with a heavy emphasis on explosion off the whistle. Third we will use solo drills focusing on chaining holds together.

Drills:
In practices focusing on the bottom position we will utilize drills in various portions of practice. Their will be two main types of drills. The first is our Master Skill Set drill. This will focus on performing high intensity repetitions of the most crucial offensive techniques in bottom wrestling. Two elements that will be heavily incorporated and emphasized will be chain wrestling and explosion. The second type of drill will focus on developing a strong base position from the the feet, one knee and both knees.

Offensive Techniques:
This category will include such things as our Stand Up, Sit Out, Switch and Roll series. These techniques are meant to attack from the bottom position. The best strategy from the bottom position is to use these series along with explosion and chain wrestling to take control in the bottom position and earn your Escape or Reversal as quickly as possible.

Reactionary Techniques:
A large part of success on the bottom position is understanding how to stay out of the top wrestlers offensive holds and clear them. The techniques in this category are essential and the must be drilled like any other. The sooner you can develop the muscle memory needed to clear wrist controls, claws, legs etc.. the more confidence you’ll gain in the bottom position.

Sparring & Situational:
Sparring is especially important in the development of the bottom position. Putting wrestlers in specific situations and having the top wrestler resist around 75% will allow the bottom wrestler to work the techniques and give them a realistic view at the same time. This will force them to chain holds together, maintain a solid base position and execute the proper techniques. Mixing in live scenarios as well will help to cross these skills over to live match instincts as well.


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Nov 30, 2016

The Anatomy of a Perfect Practice Plan

Part 4 of the Anatomy of a Perfect Practice Plan finishes up with the importance of the cool down, post-practice speech and also some breakdowns on practice times, lengths of each segment and a general overview of the four parts.

Get your quick guide to perfect practice planning here.

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Nov 23, 2016

The Anatomy of a Perfect Practice Plan

Part 3 of the Anatomy of a Perfect Practice Plan rolls on with a focal point on live wrestling. But before we get to the live wrestling, we must understand there are numerous ways to each live wrestling.

Coach Weber breaks down what we can do with:
Pre-Live Controlled Battles prior to going live.

And the different types of live go scenarios.

Group
One-on-One
Short Time Goes:
Situational (Positional)
Situational (Attitude)
Matches
Force to Score Scenarios
Situations (Tactical)

Get your quick guide to perfect practice planning here.

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Nov 16, 2016

The Anatomy of a Perfect Practice Plan

Part 2 of a a four-part series by coach Daryl Weber on The Anatomy of a Perfect Practice Plan. Coach Weber's developed a number of tactics from his own experiences as a state champion and national champion wrestler and an accomplished high school wrestling coach.

Coach Weber introduces Part 2 of this four-part series with an explanation of quick drills designed for your practice and the various teaching techniques used and how to find which techniques are right for your wrestlers.

There's more to the pre-practice speech than "Alright guys, go warm up," and this is where coach Weber's expertise shines through.

Quick Drills Technique

5 Methods of Teaching Wrestling Technique

Show-n-Go

Step-by-Step

Reverse Engineer

Mix it up

Reverse Engineering

Sparring


Get your quick guide to perfect practice planning here.

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Nov 9, 2016

The Anatomy of a Perfect Practice Plan

Entering a four-part series by coach Daryl Weber on The Anatomy of a Perfect Practice Plan. Coach Weber's developed a number of tactics from his own experiences as a state champion and national champion wrestler and an accomplished high school wrestling coach.

Coach Weber introduces Part 1 of this four-part series with an introduction of what can be considered a "perfect" practice plan and how to implement it.

There's more to the pre-practice speech than "Alright guys, go warm up," and this is where coach Weber's expertise shines through.

Pre-Practice Speech
• Warm Up

But what does "warm up" actually convey?
• Crucial Components:
• Light jogging and calisthenics
• Gymnastic Oriented
• Solo Drills
• Games

Coach Weber's Outline available here.

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Nov 2, 2016

Episode 16: Timeless tactics for developing independence and an internal drive in all level athletes (Part 2)

Coach Dan Gable joins Daryl Weber and Jason Bryant for part two of a two-part series on independent and dependent practice situations and scenarios. In Episode 16, we learn:

Hear Coach Weber and Coach Gable answer the #1 question we get from coaches at Attack Style Wrestling. We also learn these tips:

• Tactics to keep wrestlers that are on the fence or getting discouraged excited and fired up about wrestling.
• How to cut off quitting at the pass.
• How to read each athlete and make sure
• How to get kids hooked on the sport
• What coaches and parents that are having issues need to do
• What type of advice they need to be looking for and what to look for in a mentor
• What to expect when you start using proven tactics for developing wrestlers.
• How to find something that works and how to break it down to the simplest terms
• How to measure success in each wrestlers
• How to get the most of each athlete and not run them off.
• How to start to teach independence to your wrestlers
• Using live wrestling sessions like coach Gable at any level
• How to adjust your intensity level to build an aggressive dominating wrestling style
• Gable’s favorite trick or tactic in live wrestling to developing the skills need to win big matches.
• Reveal how to combine independence and dependence into your practice for the ultimate practice environment.
• Knowing when to start to push an athlete and how much to push them.
• Gable’s rule on how many points you should score in a practice.
• How to continue to develop independence and keep the most elite wrestlers sharp in your program.
• Coach Gable’s secret to develop wrestlers at the highest levels in the practice room
• How to program wrestlers to be able to listen to you in live competition when needed.
• What you need to manufacture for your most elite wrestlers
• How Coach Gable is not like either presidential candidate
• How to get everything we talked about to work for you at whatever level you’re at
• How a good coach is like a magician
• How to get a copy of Coach Gable’s hand written document on what Independent and Dependent is and how to implement it.

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Oct 26, 2016

Episode 15: Timeless tactics for developing independence and an internal drive in all level athletes.

Coach Dan Gable joins Daryl Weber and Jason Bryant for part one of a two-part series on independent and dependent practice situations and scenarios. In Episode 15, we learn:

• How to develop independence in athletes of all ages and the different factors you need to take into account.
• How to build a year long peaking system for athletes of all ages with the right goals in mind Keeping the interest up and building champions
• What is Independence -- What is dependence
• Gable’s experiences with other great coaches when he was competing and how good coaches would adjust.
• How a Hot Yoga Instructor got Coach Gable Hot under the collar
• Tips for youth and beginning coaches
• How to avoid the most common overbearing mistakes many coaches make that run off wrestlers
• How to use the first couple days to get them most our of your wrestlers and keep them around.
• How to read a team and figure out what they want quickly
• Discover the nature of building championship sports for the long run
• How good coaches prepare for practice and manage their athletes once they get going
• One thing Coach gable NEVER did that many coaches think you have to do
• The importance of the warm up and what a real warm up is really like
• A mistake 99% of high school and youth coaches make and how to battle it
• Can you let go of control? If not you’re holding kids back.
• Why you have to be able to let go, no matter how hard it is
• How do you truly get through to young athletes to buy into the lifestyle and training they need to build the character and championship mindset every coach and parent wants to see.
• The importance of knowing how to cater to every level in your practice room
• How to keep disgruntled wrestlers and parents running around town trashing your program and working against you.


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Oct 19, 2016

On Episode 14 of the Attack Style Wrestling Podcast, NCAA champion and Hall of Fame high school coach Daryl Weber will attack the issues about recruiting new athletes into the sport and more importantly, retaining them so they become more than just someone who "wrestled" once upon a time.

Coach Weber points out four areas of retention

  • How do I get them out for the sport?
  • How do I keep them out and retain them?"
  • How do I get them to buy in, work hard and listen?
  • How do I make my wrestling program popular so I can built a championship culture


Coach Weber also answers questions from the Members Only GableTrained section of the website.

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Jun 24, 2016

Episode 13 of the Attack Style Wrestling Podcast covers the development of an athlete's mental toughness. Coach Daryl Weber outlines the Seven Steps to Engineer Confidence and Mental Toughness.

We'll explain all seven steps listed here:
Step 1-Creating Interest and Keeping It Step 2-Model & Encourage Consistency Step 3-Proper Goal Setting(Develop the Why) Step 4-Expect Setbacks and Be Prepared to Deal With Adversity (It’s Part of the Process) Step 5-Be Process Oriented NOT Ends Oriented Step 6-Hold Yourself Accountable and Steer From Excuses Step 7-Develop Methods For Keeping the Right Attitude

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May 17, 2016

Ben Askren was a four-time All-American and two-time NCAA Division I champion at the University of Missouri. Askren moved into freestyle, making the 2008 Olympic Team that competed in Beijing. Now Askren is the ONE welterweight champion. He'll join the Attack Style Wrestling Podcast to talk about promotion of wrestling and share some thoughts about the grassroots marketing of MMA can be used to promote wrestling and how wrestling can borrow some of the techniques learned from MMA.

Askren also shares some basic techniques he'd teach wrestling novices training for MMA that are comparable to what he would teach at his Askren Wrestling Academy.

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Apr 28, 2016

Continuing with the theme of wrestling and its relationship to mixed martial arts, we talk with Charlie Brenneman, a UFC veteran, former high school Spanish teacher and motivational speaker.

On Episode 11 of the Attack Style Wrestling Podcast, Jason Bryant and Daryl Weber join Brenneman to share experiences and tactics that wrestling has taught that transfers to MMA, writing and entrepreneurship.

Brenneman uses wrestling in nearly ever aspect of his life, but what were some of the traits wrestlers can employ to make a successful transition to MMA? We'll dive into that and more on this episode of the Attack Style Wrestling Podcast.

Get more information on Charlie at Charlie-Brenneman.com.

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Apr 14, 2016

Ever since starting AttackStyleWrestling.com I have has Martial Artists of all different disciplines signing up for advice on learning wrestling or teaching wrestling.

Most are either instructors that wish to teach wrestling skills more effectively at their gyms and give their students a better experience or they are athletes from all backgrounds wanted to integrate wrestling skills into their existing skills and expand their combative arsenal.

It has been exciting to see so many people of different backgrounds come to our site for information and instruction. But my biggest fear has always been that I would overload people new to our sport by dumping too much information on their lap.

That’s why I have taken it upon myself to reach out to some of the best developmental wrestling coaches that have a background in MMA both as competitors and coaches.

One of the first people I reached out to Coach Mark Strickland. I consider Coach Strickland to be one of the best developmental coaches in the country and he has been involved in MMA as a competitor and coach for nearly 10 years.

Check out the recent podcast I hosted with Coach Mark Strickland and learn more about his past, how he has come to be one of the best wrestling coaches for youth and high school wrestlers in the nation as well as:

  • #1 Thing wrestlers bring to MMA Practice… What Instructors love about wrestlers
  • What comes easy for wrestlers crossing over to MMA and how athletes from other disciplines can pick this up quick
  • The most important thing to keep in mind when teaching wrestling to martial artists of other disciplines
  • The most important skill to work on when learning wrestling for MMA and how to progress from there.
  • Benefits to having MMA athletes train in your wrestling practice.
  • Who is the hardest for even the highest level wrestlers to take down?
  • How quick wrestling for MMA can be learned if you focus on the right skills and have a good instructor


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Feb 24, 2016

Episode 9 of the Attack Style Wrestling Podcast will focus on tips and tricks with Greco-Roman wrestling with guest Matt Lindland, the U.S. Greco-Roman National Team coach.

We'll find out how Lindland went from a high-level equestrian athlete to a wrestler and how he went over the hills and through the woods to find the coaching necessary to excel. A junior college champion at Clackamas Community College in Oregon, Lindland finished his college career at Nebraska. He tells the story of how he ended up choosing Greco-Roman over freestyle.

Coach Daryl Weber and Lindland also talk about tips, tricks and drills from Greco-Roman techniques that can be easily utilized in helping young wrestlers become better in the folkstyle world.

Learn more about Matt on his blog at CoachMattLindland.com

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Feb 16, 2016

On Episode 8 of the Attack Style Wrestling Podcast, coach Daryl Weber talks with bodybuilder, wrestler and strength trainer Zach Even-Esh.

Even-Esh talks about strength training, life lessons and things he learned through the sport of wrestling. Learn more about Zach and his background at ZachEven-Esh.com

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