Παρασκευή, 27 Νοεμβρίου 2015

Wrestling: Anthony Robles

Πάλη: Τρόπος ζωής. Ένα ζωντανό παράδειγμα που μας διδάσκει οτι με την πίστη την επιμονή και την σωστή καθοδήγηση, μπορείς να καταφέρεις τα πάντα! "Διαβάστε περισσότερα" Διαβάστε περισσότερα...

Wrestling Plan for Hyde Square Task Force – Young Men in Action

Academic Success through the Sport of Wrestling Discipline, Effort, Support and Staying Focused WRESTLING The first real traces of the development of wrestling date back to the times of the Sumerians, 5000 years ago. The Epic of Gilgamesh written in cuneiform, the sculptures and the low reliefs, are numerous sources that reveal the first refereed competitions, accompanied by music. There are also many historical and archaeological traces of wrestling in Ancient Egypt. Among them, it is worth mentioning in particular the drawings discovered in the tombs of Beni-Hassan representing 400 couples of wrestlers. These drawings, as well as many other vestiges, witness the existence of corporations of wrestlers in Ancient Egypt, wrestling rules and refereeing codes. For the Greeks, wrestling was a science and a divine art, and it represented the most important training for young men. Athletes wrestled naked, with their bodies coated with olive oil and covered with a layer of very thin sand to protect the skin from sunlight or from cold during winter. After wrestling, they scraped this layer off with an instrument called strigil and washed themselves with water. Fights were similar to those of freestyle wrestling, as shown by drawings and inscriptions from that time. Warm up – running in circle, rolling-straight/on side, jumps, walking with hands and legs, bear walking, side movement, circle and rotate, sprints, backward spring, lunge walking through stretching. (10 min) Pummeling through chests for 5,10, and 30 sec – one is with free hands the other with his hands on back – push & pull movement – change partners (5min) – touching each other from the arms and moving around Touching legs –by keeping continuous contact with each others’ shoulders (5min) – inside/outside touch and hook Roosters' Fight -by holding on leg Pulling the flag - waist or ankle (10 min) Fight for the ball - turning quickly for taking the back (10min) Small trolleys – try to touch the hands of the other’s side same hand -2 pairs (10 min) Who is the strongest – push ups position Blind wrestling? Reflection and dialogue (15 min) Watching videos and final reflection (15 min) * Both a successful offense and defense are based on discipline, effort, staying focused (and maintaining your own 'center') ,and the support of your coach. Διαβάστε περισσότερα...