A good stance is very important. It will protect you from your opponents attacks while simultaneously keeping you in a position to setup your own attacks. A good stance should be low with the legs wide, this helps to distribute the weight better and increase balance. Square stances are more defensive, while lead-leg stances are better for offense. There is no 1 correct stance; your stance should change based on your opponents position.
I strongly suggest keeping the same leg in front for your lead-leg stance (don't be a switch hitter!)
The Dynamic Wrestling Curriculum is a comprehensive approach to learning 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, all they way up to expert level. It will provide a great foundation for the beginner without teaching bad habits that are difficult to break later on. The strong fo...
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