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If you watch elite level wrestlers drill you’ll see them move for 3-5 seconds before each attack. They are practicing their set up routine (creating waves). Drilling like this is more realistic and will teach you how to flow and anticipate your opponents reactions! Get wavyyyy my Ocean friend!
You can change your lead leg depending on what attack you are setting up. If I’m preparing to shoot a lead leg penetration (high c/single leg) I’ll load my back foot to drive. If I’m preparing to shoot a back leg penetration (ankle pick/outside high c) I’ll change my lead and load my normal lead. Timing is critical when creating waves. These little adjustments will shave off critical time and keep your opponent guessing!
Also, back leg penetrations should be incorporated more than most do. Start looking for more attacks off your back leg!
The wave concept has really allowed my kids to start flowing. As a coach, I’ve struggled with getting our younger kids to flow. Using this concept has really opened them up and allowed them to string multiple attacks together without getting over extended. I look forward to your next video. Keep up the great work.