Dynamic warm ups will improve flexibility and mobility. High repetitious drilling will sharpen timing and technique. Sparring will improve chain wrestling. And, “Live” situational wrestling will improve conditioning and overall combat knowledge.
Furthermore, technical skill must be learned in short, sequential, daily lesson plans (10-15 minutes) with everyones undivided attention.
Wrestling practice will never last more than 2 hours. In fact, most practices can be completed in 90 minutes with focused and disciplined wrestlers who give 100% without interrupting the coach when instruction is being delivered.
Post-season performance is top priority. The goal is to prepare each athlete physically, mentally and emotionally for March.
In closing, a good coach must do 4 things well: Teach, Communicate, Motivate and Lead.