10 MINUTE ROUTINE
Before any workout, you should warm up.
Always start with a light jog to get fresh air in your lungs and fresh blood in your muscles.
Then limber up your wrestling body. Here’s a routine to get you started.
10 MINUTE ROUTINE
Wrestlers are more like kids on a playground than runners.
We jump, we spin, we roll around and bend our bodies in all sorts of ways.
We should run like we wrestle.
This is a 10 minute cardio routine that lets you run more like you wrestle.
2 MINUTE INTERVAL
A wrestling match is mostly a sprint with a little jogging and the occasional pause to catch your breath.
Train for a match by running like you’re in one.
This is a 2 minute interval sprint routine for building match endurance. Do it 3 times in a row, 5 times…your goal should be to sprint a match as hard at the finish as you do at the beginning.
10 MINUTE WORKOUT
“Coach! Why do I have to run stairs?”
“Because Rocky ran stairs. Do you need a better reason?”
Don’t jog stairs. Sprint them. Take two at a time. Do lateral jumps.
Go hard up. Be careful coming down. Catch your breath. Go again.
20 MINUTE ROUTINE
Jumping rope is both a great stand alone cardio routine for wrestling and a warm up for a strength training session.
This one comes courtesy of the Jump Rope Dudes based on Muhammad Ali’s jump rope training.
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