Wrestling Moves On A Trampoline
Learn some wrestling moves on a trampoline that you can have fun doing. Wrestling on a trampoline is a good way to let your creativity show. When performing your wrestling moves on a trampoline you are less likely to get bumps and bruises from the impact like you would on a wrestling mat. You can even be a little daring when it comes to doing moves that will cause you to hit the trampoline on your back, butt or stomach. Doing your wrestling moves on a trampoline will make it that more exciting and cool to watch when you and your opponent are flying in the air.
- Ankle Pick This is a simple wrestling move. You grab your opponent’s ankle and pull it up to knock him off balance, which will be easy to do on a trampoline. Just make sure if you use your right hand, you grab your opponent’s left ankle or use the left hand and grab the right ankle. This will help you to stay on your feet.
Single Leg Takedown You will really catch your opponent off guard with this wrestling move. Grab the left or right leg and pull it up towards you. There is no way he will be able to stay on his feet with this wrestling move.
Leg Sweep Your opponent won't see this wrestling move coming. It can be done one or two ways. When your opponent is coming at you, just stoop down and stick your leg out and sweep his leg from under him. You can also use your arm to sweep your opponent leg from under him. Whichever way you choose to do this wrestling move, you will definitely have him bouncing like a spring on the trampoline.
Double Leg Dropkick You will have fun with this wrestling move because you don’t have to worry about getting hurt when landing on the trampoline, but make sure not to injure your opponent. It’s best to let your opponent be in the middle of the trampoline. Bounce up and extend both legs in the air while making contact with his chest or stomach.
Big Splash/Takedown If you were doing this on a mat, a little running start may be needed. However, since you are doing this wrestling move on a trampoline, just take good aim and jump. Stand in the middle of the trampoline and wait for your opponent to rush you; timing is everything. Bounce up and lean your body toward him in a vertical position, while jumping on your opponent. The force of your body will bring him down on the trampoline. It would be a bonus if you are heavier than your opponent when doing this wrestling move.
The trampoline is easier on the body and bones, but injuries can still occur. If your trampoline does not have an enclosure around it, you have to be extra careful. You are your opponent can be knocked off the trampoline. The ground is not going to break your fall, but you might end up with some broken bones. Have fun and be safe.