Attention Wrestling Coaches, parents, and Athletes
I can almost GUARANTEE that your mats are NOT clean from pathogens like STAPH, MRSA, fungus, viruses, and much more. And you may be disposing of disinfectants illegally. PLEASE ... as a former wrestler, ------->>> I URGE YOU to look at this solution. <<<-------
Free Wrestling e-book
"What Steve advocates here is one of the most important -- if not the most important -- concepts that one must master to be successful in wrestling." 2x NCAA Champ, Pat Milkovich
Years ago I put together this wrestling e-book about a deeper wrestling shot, taught to me by Pat Milkovich in high school. It is NOT that this is exclusive to Milkovich, but that it was a MAJOR detail that I'd never been taught in youth wrestling.
As a result, it truly turned me from a terrible shooter to a really good one, and helped me have two great years at the end of my career. His attention to details like this help to transform the entire Rochester Adams high school wrestling program, and I wanted to share this technique with others.
For a number of years I sold this e-book, as I felt the one small detail shown was worth more than all the "tricky" moves I'd learned from videos and wrestling camps. Because once I could shoot with this detail, I could win with the basics, especially using the single leg and fireman's carry.
Today, however, the internet offers so much for free. And I know this would be improved with a video demonstration, but this is something I don't have time for. So I've decided to make this available for free in hopes that it will help aspiring wrestlers in a sport that asks so much of you, but that can also help to build so much character.
You can download the book below. If you find that it's valuable to you and you'd like to support my work, it would make my day to have you purchase and enjoy one of my books (available in print and very inexpensive on Kindle):
"Darwood & Smitty" (science fiction, high school and up).
"The 7" (fantasy adventure, grades 3-6).
Either way, I wish you the best of luck with the technique taught here.