- Häftad (Paperback / softback)
- Antal sidor
- Human Kinetics Publishers
- Davis, Barry
- 737 black & white halftones
- 737 black & white halftones
- 279 x 216 x 14 mm
- Antal komponenter
- xii, 194 p. :
- 600 g
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Mark Mysnyk was a two-time New York state high school champion, a member of four of the University of Iowa's NCAA championship teams, an alternate on the 1976 U.S. Olympic freestyle wrestling team, and a member of the 1977 World University team. His many years of wrestling and instructing wrestlers have provided him with rich insights, which he shares in describing the techniques in this book. Dr. Mysnyk is an orthopedic surgeon in Iowa City and an active as a volunteer wrestling coach with Cornell College in Mt. Vernon, Iowa. He is also the author of the highly successful book Wrestling Fundamentals and Techniques: The Iowa Hawkeyes' Way. Brooks Simpson is a champion wrestler at the national level as a Big Ten champion and NCAA runner-up in 1990. He has taught wrestling techniques at Dan Gable's Training Camp and other wrestling clinics since 1986. He is also the wrestling coach at Parkview High School in Springfield, Missouri. Barry Davis has experienced success at every level of wrestling. He is a three-time NCAA champion; four-time All American; three-time Iowa state champion; and a Pan Am, World, and Olympic medalist. He also has several years' experience coaching wrestling as Dan Gable's assistant at the University of Iowa and as an assistant under Andy Rein at the University of Wisconsin. Barry is the head wrestling coach at the University of Wisconsin.
Basic skills; takedowns; escapes and reversals; breakdowns and rides; pinning combinations; freestyle turns.