Wrestling Moves On Trampoline
Figuring out how to do wresting moves on trampoline is one of the first things a young man attempts when getting on the bouncy surface and for good reason—it is a lot of fun! There are a number of moves even an amateur in poor shape can pull off and each movie combines the fun of pro wrestling with the bounce of the trampoline.
- The Elbow Drop A running elbow drop to be precise. Bounce from end to end on the trampoline and then drop the elbow. Looks great and hurts no one.
- Leg Drop It looks silly in a real match, but dropping a leg is not nearly as painful on a trampoline. Looks impressive, especially if you bounce a bit when you hit. Simply drop into a sitting position on the trampoline with your legs extended. The move is as simple as falling down!
- Frog Splash Essentially a "splash" while tucking in and then extending your arms and legs. Get a bit of height and move in to a belly flop position. While falling, tuck your arms and legs in and extend them back out. Takes a bit of timing, but it looks great if you can pull off this wrestling move on a trampoline.
- Body Slam If there is any staple of wrestling, it is the body slam. Of all the moves, this one takes the most athleticism. You will need to actually pick up your opponent. Scoop up your opponent with your arms and then slam him on to his back. When he lands, a major bounce will occur.
- Rolling DDT Somewhat modified for the trampoline, "roll" through the move so your opponent lands on his back. Makes for a great bounce when you finish. To perform it, put your opponent in a front headlock. Fall down backwards, flipping your opponent up and over so he will land on his back rather than on his head.
- Flying Elbow Step one: Jump as high as you can in the air. Step two: Aim with your elbow. Step three: Land it. A great move with the extra height!
- Flying Leg Drop The same as number two but with more bounce. Get as much height as possible before returning to the "seated" position. You should be sent flying very high after this move!
- Fireman's Carry A very, very simple wrestling maneuver in which you will will flip your opponent horizontally. Great on a trampoline, as it minimizes impact but still creates a bounce. All you need to do is drop to your knees and flip your opponent horizontally, head over heels. The other person's momentum will take care of most of the heavy lifting.
- Stunner A classic wrestling finisher, this move is great on the trampoline because it adds a bit of bounce. The move consists of simply holding your opponent's head near your shoulder and dropping straight down. Remember not to hold your opponent's head to close to your shoulder or you could risk injury.
- Leg Sweep So this one is pretty basic, but that's a good thing when it comes to performing moves on a trampoline. Standing next to your opponent, hook your right leg through their left. Fall back to complete the room,and then enjoy the rather large amount of height you will get on your bounce.