Zach Even-Esh: Yes, It’s Possible (and even ideal) to Never Stop Training

If you keep seeing kids get injured due to year-round competition…

Or if your athletes struggle balancing their other sports with wrestling…

Then you need to listen to this episode about developing well-rounded athletes.

On Episode 32 of the Attack Style Wrestling podcast, we wrap up our strength and conditioning series with Underground Strength coach Zach Even-Esh with a talk about training both smarter and harder. By the end of this episode, you’ll be armed with the tools to intelligently program your strength and conditioning sessions, both in-season and out, to maintain maximum athleticism in every athlete.

Here’s what else you’ll find in today’s episode:

  • The hidden stressor of constant wrestling (3:05)
  • Where training for multiple sports gets tricky (4:50)
  • It’s not the exercises, it’s the coaching – building the intangibles to set your program apart (6:46)
  • What do we mean by training year-round? (9:20)
  • What I learned real quick about strength and conditioning my first year coaching high school (11:45)
  • What Coach Even-Esh thinks about the “lifting makes you too big” mindset (13:27)
  • How to empower your kids to think for themselves (16:20)
  • Wrestling is more important than the weights – when it’s okay to kick your kids out (19:35)  

Stay strong,

Coach Weber

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