Dan Gable Wrestling Essentials: Bottom Postion Video / Edition 1

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Overview

Master essential wrestling techniques with instruction from one of the sport's all-time greatest athletes and coaches! The Dan Gable Wrestling Essentials video series is your own personal clinic, as Gable himself goes into detail on every fundamental technique that wrestlers must perfect in the three primary positions-standing, on top, and on bottom-to become champions. Each tape is loaded with live action demonstrations of skills and drills performed by world-class wrestlers.

Gable's teaching may be most valuable in the Bottom Position video, which features the position where a wrestler faces the greatest challenges. From base building to clearing arms and legs, the bottom can be the most difficult position to learn. But Gable shows how incorporating hip-heists, stand-ups, sit-outs, switches, high leg-overs, and whizzers can make any wrestler not only successful in defense but an offensive threat from this position as well.

If you want to perfect essential moves from each position on the mat, there's no better teacher. The Dan Gable Wrestling Essentials video series takes you inside the wrestling room where the 15-time national champion coach developed the dynasty program and dozens of All-Americans. Establish a winning foundation of wrestling skills with a proven winner.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780736001984
  • Publisher: Human Kinetics Publishers
  • Publication date: 7/16/1999
  • Series: Dan Gable's Wrestling Essentials Ser.
  • Format: VHS - NTSC
  • Edition number: 1
  • Product dimensions: 4.36 (w) x 7.44 (h) x 1.04 (d)

Meet the Author

Dan Gable is the most successful figure to ever wrestle and coach the sport. His accomplishments as an athlete on the mat and as a mentor for many years after that have established him as one of the greatest champions in all of sports.

As a high school wrestler in Waterloo, Iowa, Gable won all 64 of his matches and three state championships. At Iowa State University he compiled a 118-1 wrestling record and claimed two NCAA championships. He still holds NCAA records with 24 straight pins and 99 straight victories.

At the 1972 Olympics, he won a gold medal without surrendering a single point to any of his six opponents. In his six Olympic matches and the 15 matches he went through to qualify for the Olympic team, Gable posted a 21-0 record and outscored his opponents 130-1.

Gable's coaching record is even more impressive. During 21 seasons as head coach, his University of Iowa teams won 15 NCAA championships and 21 Big Ten Conference championships. His teams had an unprecedented .932 winning percentage (355-21-5). He also coached the 1984 United States Olympic wrestling team to seven gold medals.

Gable has been inducted into both the Olympic Hall of Fame and the National Wrestling Hall of Fame. In 1996, he was listed as one of the top 100 U.S. Olympians of all time. And in 1999, he was selected by ESPN and ABC as one of the top 100 coaches in all sports in the twentieth century.

Now serving as the assistant to the athletic director at the University of Iowa, Gable continues to work with world-class wrestlers, overseeing their training in preparation for major national and international competitions. Gable keeps his home in Iowa City, and when not involved with Hawkeye athletics or national speaking engagements, he enjoys outdoor activities with his family, especially camping, boating, fishing, and wildlife sightseeing.

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