Wrestling: Counter a Low Single Leg by Rolling Your Opponent on His Head

Wrestling: Counter a Low Single Leg by Rolling Your Opponent on His Head

Pat Aitken for PE Update.com

1. Top Wrestler Places His 
Held Leg Over the Opponent’s Head
1. Top Wrestler Places His Held Leg Over the Opponent’s Head
Here's a counter your wrestler can use if his opponent has shot for the single leg and is still in front, grasping the lower part of the leg.

In this counter, your wrestler turns his body and moves the held leg until it's over the opponent's head.

2. Pushing the Opponent’s Head Down With His Leg, 
the Top Wrestler Sits Back
2. Pushing the Opponent’s Head Down With His Leg, the Top Wrestler Sits Back
He then sits, pushing the opponent's head down and back with his leg. Placing his arms around the opponent's waist, he sits back on his outside hip and rolls the opponent onto his back.


References:
1. Dennis A. Johnson (Author), Ed.D (Author), Diedra Harkenrider (Editor), Jerry Casciani, Wrestling Drills For The Mat And Mind,Momentum Media; Second edition, 2011.
2. Mark Mysnyk (MD), Barry Davis & Brooks Simpson, Winning Wrestling Moves, Human Kinetics Publishers, 1994.


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