I did a little bit of wrestling during my highschool freshman year, and noticed that good coaches stick a lot to the fundamentals. Like one school was known for each specific style, and coaches used code names to develop a solid game plan for gold. Have your coaches ever used numbers/letters to set up a go to move for a specific situation/approach/body style/tempo ? Don't really have to answer all of those in specifically, but I am just curious to see what you guys have experienced. Honestly this helped me out a lot, and I am thinking about creating a solid mind map, and a go-to-attack codename board ? I stick a lot to defense, but if I feel like I am confident against a guy I know I'll do something that I am still working on developing to a different level unless it's time to use my best attacks, which is pretty basic stuff. Sometimes I get over excited and tend to do stupid shit, lolol. But only during practice, if it's in like a competition type scenario then I have my go to moves for specific guys, and principles. It's not a huge variety of moves, but it's been very successful against average players and what not.