Wrestling Strength

Building Wrestling Strength

Wrestling involves a combination of body strength and mental strength. Wrestlers spend so much time training their bodies for the wear and tear of their 6 minute matches. It is not uncommon to watch a wrestling match and see who has enough strength and the mindset to keep going until the end of the match. Both wrestlers are on the move continuously and have the strength to lift, pull, push, and control their opponent. The Myosource Kinetic Bands were designed so that wrestlers are able to mimic all of their wrestling skills and moves against the force of resistance to increase their balance, flexibility, stamina, endurance, and explosive strength. Resistance training is an essential part of a wrestler being successful and building the muscle strength they need to be a champion. Wrestlers who add the Myosource Kinetic Bands to their normal workout routines by using a variety of tension levels will benefit from quick and affective muscle strength results.

 

Wrestling Strength: Pulling and Pushing

Wrestlers spend much of their time pushing and pulling their opponent, whether that is on the mat or standing upright. From pushing an opponent away for an escape to pulling an opponent to prevent an escape, it is important for wrestlers to have the muscle strength to accomplish the task. Familiar strength building exercises utilizing the Myosource Kinetic Bands include pushups, pull ups, and bench presses. Pushing is a natural movement like in a push up and most people are able to push an object much easier than they can pull it. Wrestlers need intense and quick muscle contractions in order to pull, which requires strong chest muscles, shoulder muscles, biceps, and triceps, as well as an explosive core, and lower body. The Myosource Kinetic Bands allow wrestlers to use their own body weight to perform reps and sets to build muscle strength.

Wrestling Pulling and Pushing Exercise:

Wrestling Strength

Other great pulling exercises with the Myosource Kinetic Bands included rowing, pull-ups and arm curls. The motions in these exercises require wrestlers to pull their body weight while utilizing the tension of resistance.

Wrestlers also need a strong lower body in order to make an escape or sprawl. The hips, thighs, glutes, and hamstring muscles need to fire quickly. The Myosource Kinetic Bands can be worn while a wrestler warms up, stretches, and practices their moves. When wrestlers train with a partner and they both wear the Myosource Kinetic Bands they are intensifying the stimulation of their muscles to contract quicker for increased strength.

 

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