"There I was, a struggling college wrestler trying to get into the starting lineup.
The thing is, at the time I was in a room full of great wrestlers who all wanted the same thing I did.
My big problem was that I could get in on my leg attacks but could RARELY finish. That meant it was hard to score points in practice or competition, which made it difficult to be "the guy".
Then, as if by chance, something amazing happened...
I realized it's not about winning a practice or a match, but developing my strengths in each position and growing my mindset in those frustrating situations!
Instantly it became crystal clear to me how to wrestle each position in the moment, because I saw I could be more relaxed in my wrestling.
My plan was to start increasing my leg attacks every practice
So I started practicing each portion of my attacks from start to finish. But it didn’t stop there.
It was then important for me to increase my post practice repetitions because my struggles for that day were still obvious.
After that, the focus of my practices changed to creating more opportunities to score points rather than the total number of takedowns.
Building on that success, wrestling harder, longer and in better positions was the next step.
I call it “Hard-Nosed Wrestling”
With Hard-Nosed Wrestling I can now apply these principles to wrestling, coaching and life!
And that's why I'm so excited to share this with you so you can get these types of results too!"