Stand and Single drill assumes that the top wrestler is confronted by a quicker, faster opponent who is especially skilled at hitting a stand-up. Though that type of opponent may easily get to his feet, this does not mean that he can complete his escape. Stand and Single drill prepares the top wrestler for such a situation.
This drill begin with your partner on his feet and you behind him with his arms locked around your partner's waist. On the whistle, You allows your partner to break his grip, but before your partner can turn away, you drops quickly to a single-leg takedown, lifts your partner's nearest leg, and finishes the single-leg takedown.