Nutrition: Your Most Important, and Neglected Weapon

Nutrition is a weapon. It doesn’t matter if you are driving a Ferrari or a moped if they aren’t fueled, and what’s more, a properly fueled moped will outrun an empty Ferrari every time. But even that metaphor is insufficient, because nutrition is much more intricate than the fuel that powers an engine. Want to…

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The Wrestling Insider

I had the pleasure of meeting Mike Houston the founder of The Wrestling Insider.  I had seen his site and Facebook Page for quite some time and wanted to see what he was all about.  Mike is in it to help all types of wrestlers get the funds and competition they need.  Mike was nice…

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Surprising & Elusive Trick to True Toughness

There are a few qualities that are necessary for mental toughness, but are hardly ever mentioned in the same breath. A positive attitude is one example. It isn’t possible to represent mental toughness while complaining. Another example is consistency. Would you consider a person whose performance and attitude were constantly influenced by external factors to…

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Body Leveraging by Carolyn Wester, Getting the Most Out of Athletes

  Any decent wrestling coach knows that there are no secrets to success. If you work hard, work consistently, and compete with pride, wrestling will give you as good a return on your athleticism as any other sport. There is no magic technique, inner circle, or secret to elevating an athlete. However this lack of…

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Game Changers: The Scenarios We Thought We Knew

The new rules are finally here. Everyone knows what they are for, and everyone knows who they hurt (people who don’t have forward pressure on their feet, stalemate to ride, or play the edge), and everyone can think of a few wrestlers who passed up a lot of their competition overnight. However intrigue still remains,…

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