What are the best drills and training strategies for becoming a better rider?
I've recently made a return to wrestling Folkstyle after a hiatus of a few years and, unfortunately, I usually end up rolling with these three dudes who are in the 6'2" to 6'5" range, and weigh in the range of 250-280lbs. These guys are explosive on bottom. I just can't hold them down. Both their height and weight are giving me trouble. I myself am 5'8" and weigh 200lbs even.
Even when I wrestled in high school and briefly in college, I was only a decent rider (I could keep most guys down for at least 30 seconds), so now I'd like to improve my riding ability and improve it fast! Any drills for getting better at riding and being able to control a much larger man?
I am not about to give up on the idea of riding them and beating them into submission, so I'd appreciate it if no one posts things like, "Live with it, they are just too big" or anything like that. Any basic drills or training strategies for getting better at riding that those with experience (perhaps you Chip?) can provide me will be appreciated. And any that would specific help me overcome a tremendous heigh discrepancy would be appreciated further still.
Thanks in advance.