Grip, Neck and Core Training for Wrestling

Size Guide

GRIP, NECK AND CORE TRAINING FOR WRESTLING

by Coach Dustin Myers

Coach Myers has been training clients and athletes at a high level for over 15 years. Let him help you get your training on track to reaching your goals with one of his most challenging workout plans ever, Grip, Neck & Core Training.

Eliminate Weak Links 

To be effective as a wrestler, an athlete must be strong in every area.  No matter how strong your legs are, you will have a hard time staying in position if your lower back becomes fatigued. Hand fighting becomes difficult if your neck is weak, and no matter how strong your back is, it becomes impossible to pull in a leg if your grip endurance has tanked.

This e-book will teach you an effective, proven strategy for eliminating these traditional weak links, making you much stronger and more effective on the mat.

Technique descriptions and pictures for all exercises!

      Weak Link 1: Grip Strength

      • Intro
      • Forearm/Hand Strength
      • Pulling Strength
      • Squeezing Strength
      • Beginner Routine
      • Advanced Routine
      • Homework

      Weak Link 2: Core Strength 

      • Intro
      • Priority: Bullet proofing the spine
      • Priority: Synchronized Posterior Chain 
      • Priority: Anterior Stability
      • Priority: Anti-Rotational Strength
      • Priority: Rotational Power and Strength
      • Priority: Activation
      • Core Training Mistake: Psoas Overspecialization
      • Weak Link Elimination Strategy
      • Homework

      Weak Link 3: Neck Strength

      • Intro
      • Beginner Routine
      • Intermediate Neck Routine
      • Advanced Neck Routine
      • Neck Exercise Library

      AND

      • Weak Link Elimination: Alternative Minimalist Plan 
      • How to gain quality weight in the off-season
      • 6 Yoga Positions to improve mobility

      The most beneficial strength exercises that you have not been doing

       

      • THIS IS A DIGITAL DOWNLOAD: All materials are digital and sent to you INSTANTLY in PDF format.You will not receive a physical book. Download on any computer, tablet, or phone.Instant download means you can START TODAY!

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      Size Chart
       Size Chest Length
      S 36" 28"
      M 40" 29"
      L 44" 30"
      XL 48" 31"
      XXL 52" 32"

       

      This size chart pertains specifically to t-shirts and hoodies.

      Please note that sizes are approximate. Chest is measured just below the arms and length is measured from the high point of the collar to the bottom of the hem.