The Dynamic Wrestling Curriculum - Levels 1 - 3

by Jason Layton
The Dynamic Wrestling Curriculum - Levels 1 - 3


The Dynamic Wrestling Curriculum is a comprehensive approach to mastering the art of wrestling. It starts off at a very basic level that is appropriate for beginners, and then gradually increases in complexity and physical difficulty. It will provide a great foundation for the beginner without teaching bad habits that are difficult to break later on. The strong focus on gymnastics, coordination, and physical exercise will lead to an excellent athletic foundation. Whether you are trying to become the next national champion, earn a spot on the varsity team, or simply win your first match, the Dynamic Wrestling Curriculum will help you achieve your goals.

How to use the Curriculum: Click on each movement to watch it's corresponding video. Each movement should be practiced until it is fast and smooth, with perfect accuracy. To become perfectly accurate, practice slowly. Practice does not make perfect, practice makes permanent. Only perfect practice makes perfect. Every wrestler has a limited amount of time to spend practicing, so he should attempt to space repetition for optimal memorization. By the time you complete the Dynamic Wrestling Curriculum, you will be an excellent wrestler in fantastic shape.


Dynamic Wrestling Curriculum - Level 1 of 16
1 The Rules of Wrestling Explained 2 Get comfortable moving in your stance - UPDATED JANUARY 2020 3 Practice keeping your neck up while your partner pulls it down - UPDATED JANUARY 2020 4 Wrestlers Grip - UPDATED JANUARY 2020 5 Double Leg Lift - UPDATED JANUARY 2020 6 Cement Mixer - UPDATED JANUARY 2020 7 Live from the Cement Mixer position 8 Level 1 Fitness Requirements
Dynamic Wrestling Curriculum - Level 2 of 16
9 The main ways to score a Takedown 10 Stopping your opponent from grabbing your legs with "head position" - UPDATED FEBRUARY 2020 11 Stop a guy from spinning behind by grabbing his legs - UPDATED JANUARY 2020 12 Spinning behind using the near-armpit 13 Bridging to the top of your head 14 High Level Single Legs (without finish) 15 Get off your back (arm in between) 16 Dump Truck Technique 17 Level 2 Fitness Requirements
Dynamic Wrestling Curriculum - Level 3 of 16
18 Half Nelson with sink-it-deep finish - UPDATED JANUARY 2020 19 Defending a Half-Nelson (start from a sit-out) - UPDATED FEBRUARY 2020 20 Defending a Half-Nelson (from flat) - UPDATED FEBRUARY 2020 21 Basic explanation of Bottom Referee's position 22 Build your base #1 (push back) - UPDATED FEBRUARY 2020 23 Build your base #2 (move to sit out) - UPDATED FEBRUARY 2020 24 Build your base #3 (suck your knees underneath you) 25 How to defend a Cross Face 26 Maintaining your base while your partner tries to break you down 27 Clear your wrists when in a sit out 28 T-Rex position 29 T-Rex position live goes 30 Level 3 Fitness Requirements

The Coach

Jason Layton is the owner of Dynamic Wrestling Academy, a collegiate All-American, the creator of the WAR Zone rapid pairing software, and a member of Mensa. Jason has been teaching wrestling and Jiu Jitsu full-time since 2008.

“I make kids very technical and get them into excellent shape. I have built good wrestlers out of average athletes countless times. Wrestling is an incredibly technical sport, it is very similar to chess; under my guidance your child will learn the best techniques so they begin to succeed at whatever level they are competing at. I work with kids of all ages and skill levels.”

~Jason Layton

Ratings and Reviews (1)

David Reiber

Great system! The system follows a logical path building on itself. Love it!

Jan 9, 20 09:05 AM

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Caterory: Wrestling/Wrestling Moves
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