Tips for Training

The wrestling training plays a very important part in shaping a wrestler, the amount of time he or she spends in training and practicing in summation will show up at their performance.

The following steps can be helpful for starting with wrestling practice:

Work out the posterior chain musclesWrestling-TM-17-Landing-Page2

The posterior chain is the effective area of the body that consists of the glutens, as well as hamstrings, is a crucial area to focus on for general wrestling performances. You will notice a marked improvement in speed and power in the neutral and lower placements once toughness boosts in these areas. Some excellent workouts to enhance the posterior chain are good-mornings, stiff-leg dead lifts, dead lifts, barbell squats (bar short on shoulders). For best results in working out the posterior chain muscle mass, reverse hyperextension and the Russian glute-ham-gastroc equipment are recommended.

Battle quick

Wrestlers that aim to movea barbell promptly in their exercises utilize momentum to help move the weight. To wrestle quick one should decrease the energy, and optimize the portion of muscle mass that gets functioned by slowing down. It matters how fast or slow you move a weight during the toughness training.

Building up the healthy protein

You should add on proteins instead of carbs, whether you are attempting to cut weight or increase a weight class, you require regular eatings of protein. Protein helps to fix and rebuild the muscular tissues. It is crucial to maintain protein feedings if you are trying to reduce weight unless of course you don’t mind shedding muscular tissue and getting weak. The difference hinges on the carb consumption. If you do need to lose weight, you should start slowly going down carbohydrates, however never totally. You can not wrestle if you do not have power to burn. Carbs are you body’s recommended resource of energy.

A History of the Legend

5.-Bobby-Duncum-Jr.Bobby Edward Duncum Jr. was born August 26th, 1965 in Amarillo, Texas.  He was a well-known American professional wrestler in his time.  He was a member of The West Texas Rednecks and was best known for his time in the World Championship Wrestling, or WCW.

Duncum began his time after high school playing football for the University of Texas.  After that, he began playing professionally for the Dallas Texans of the Arena Football League.  As a wrestler, Duncum made his debut in September 1992 by wrestling for the Global Wrestling Federation in Texas.  He and his tag team partner, Johnny Hawk, won several tag team championships together.  They were known as the Mustangs.  Shortly after a major loss in January, 1993, the Mustangs disbanded.

After taking a two year break from wrestling, Duncum made his debut in the All Japan Pro Wrestling competition in January 1995 where he had many victories.  Over the next few years, he wrestled in many matches, as a single and six-man tag team, while in the AJPW.  He also made several appearances in the Continental Wrestling Alliance in Dallas, Texas.

Duncum debuted in Extreme Championship Wrestling in February 1997 while still competing in the AJPW.  Soon after, he was wrestling in both clubs, which he did until July 1998.

Duncum made his World Championship Wrestling debut on the November 16th episode of WCW Monday Nitro, where he defeated Chris Jericho in a World Television Championship match.  Unfortunately, he wasn’t able to win Jerico’s title because he won via countout.  Just six days later, Duncum faced Jericho for a rematch for the title on his pay-per-view debut, but lost.

Duncum became a heel in the first part of 1999 and helped formed a faction called The West Texas Rednecks.  The Rednecks became famous with the Southern wrestling fans of the WCW and were more popular that the Soldiers.  Duncum competed in numerous singles matches on Saturday Night and Thunder and even attempted to win the World Television Title from Booker T but was unsuccessful.

At The Great American Bash on June 13th, Duncum and his partner Henning lost to the No Limit Soldiers in a tag team match.  Less than four weeks later, on July 11th, the Rednecks lost to the Soldiers again at the Bash at the Beach in another tag team match.  After these losses, the Rednecks made their final pay-per-view appearance on August 14th at Road Wild where they lost to The Revolution in a six-man tag team match.

Twelve days later, Duncum had his final televised appearance as he and the Rednecks lost to The Filthy Animals.

Duncum took time off from the WCW to recover from reconstructive rotator cuff surgery after the last fight.  During that time off, he died on January 24th, 2000 of an accidental overdose from a prescription painkiller that was prescribed by his doctor.