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How many times have you wondered how some guys are able to be successful in the sport of wrestling, while others just never seem to make it. Well, of course I am biased, but I think there is only ONE WAY to wrestling success, and you have just found it.
I don't expect you to believe me right off the bat, but I created this membership site with one expressed purpose in mind.
To 'pay it forward' by empowering you with secret strategies to help you become as successful as humanly possible in the sport of wrestling.
When I started wrestling, I wish someone had taken the time to teach me what they knew.
Someone with real life, creditable experience, who was a verified success. Those were the people I wanted to learn from.
And if you share the same secret desire...
Your Wish is Now My Command!
Is this the kind of
success you are hoping for for your kids?
Some common misconceptions:
If you take nothing else
from what you read here, understand this:
It is not enough to know all the pieces of the puzzle, you have to understand the tiny details that allow them all to fit together into a picture of success. That is why most people fail and only a few succeed.
The REAL REASON why your kids have not had success is that you have been fed tons of information which make up all the pieces of this puzzle of success, but nobody ever explained how they fit together. You can look at all the pieces scattered on the floor and never be able to see the picture of success until they are put together.
The funny thing is, putting the pieces together might just be the easiest part of the process. Once you learn how to do it, it seems so obvious and so simple, but to everyone around you it looks like magic.
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I think you'll agree that this isn't the 'run-of-the-mill' stuff you can find anywhere.
It's truly what makes THE DIFFERENCE between champions and those who just 'play the game'. So if your looking to make a champion, grab this chance now!
If you have read this far and are not considering making the small investment into your kid's success, that is definitely your choice to do so. To be bluntly honest, if you are hesitating on making the time and financial investment necessary to obtain the knowledge in these webinars, then most likely you are not going to make the total investment necessary to bring your kid the kind of success I have experienced in my life, and thus, probably best you not waste your money obtaining my secrets.
Having the knowledge, but failing to apply it, is worse than remaining ignorant.
If however, you are truly committed to doing what is necessary to make your kid a champion in wrestling and in life, then don't put it off until tomorrow. Start the ball of success rolling right now and join the team of success.
My final comment to anyone who has read all of this is to remember that to obtain anything worthwhile in life, you will at some point need to take a risk. If you want to be successful in your career, at some moment you needed to take a risk, jump into a career, and see if you truly were able to accomplish what you wanted. No one ever became rich without risking going bankrupt. No one ever found their soul-mate without risking being lonely for the rest of their lives. And no one ever became a champion without risking falling short.
In addition to the risk, there must be investment. You, and your kid, MUST invest the time and money necessary to achieve success. You simply cannot expect to be the greatest without investing what is necessary to achieve that greatness. It is true in business, in education, and in sports.
You first step: Invest the time and money necessary to obtain the knowledge you need and take a risk that this knowledge, when applied correctly, will yield the result you are looking for.
If this makes sense to you, then join. If not, then please DO NOT JOIN!
In case you are not familiar with my accomplishments, let me toot my own horn a bit: When I was 10, I wrestled Dennis Hall of Hartford for the first time and from that day on he was somewhat of my arch-nemesis. We met in competition 16 times total over the next 8 years splitting the wins right down the middle at 8 a piece. Dennis only had one loss and one tie in his high school career, both to me. I have also beaten well-known wrestlers throughout my career such as Terry Steiner, Kirk Wallman and Cory Wallman, Dan Spilde, Dan Flood, Doug Kittleson, Ron Pieper, Chuck Barbee, Joey Gilbert, and countless others that you may not have heard of, but were top in the nation at the time like Greg Jackson, Len Wurm, Lee Fritz, Willy Short and so on. As I mentioned, I was multiple state champion in both freestyle and greco-roman in two different organizations (AAU and USA Wrestling), as well as multiple-time national champion. In college, I wrestled first string at 134 as a true freshman and by the end of the year nearly qualified for nationals by defeating Joei Bales of Northwestern (returning all-american). My second year at UW-Wisconsin, I started the year by defeating Chuck Barbee, the returning National Champion in the first tournament of the year in St. Louis. I was having great success throughout the year beating Joey Gilbert of Michigan twice and tieing Marinelli of OSU. But I made a mistake that year of not peaking at the right time and the combination of injuries and difficulty in weight loss resulting in a disappointing end to the year. My third year in college I red-shirted. That year Itook the silver medal in the freestyle Espoir National Tournament and qualified for the World tournament tour in Beijing China. But at the start of my fourth year in college, I started having knee problems. I was ranked within the top 6 in the nation and on a great roll, when an ACL injury ended the year. I had reconstructive surgery and worked extremely hard to make it back and competing in 10 months for my senior year, but unfortunately tore the ACL early in the season which put an end to my wrestling career.
Learning technique can be done almost anywhere. Good wrestlers are always giving camps, clinics, writing books, selling DVDs. Thousands and thousands of wrestlers attend these wrestling camps and wrestling clinics. Hundreds of thousands of wrestling DVDs and videos are sold every year. So you have to ask: Why aren't all these kids becoming champions? Well, obviously it takes more than learning wrestling technique to become a champion. I also teach technique and have taught thousands of wrestlers thousands of different wrestling techniques, but only a handful have ever become champions. Why? Because only a handful ever learned to use the secret strategies for success that I provide in these webinars. And it has little to do with the moves you know or the amount of muscles in your arms. Without strategies to turn strength and speed and techniques into a winning combination time-after-time on the mat, you only have pieces to the puzzle and have not learned how to put them together. Being a champion is all about having the knowledge and applying it. Those that do, become champions. Those that don't are simply participants. If you are looking to simply "be in the sport" and have fun and do the best you can, then please go somewhere else for your answers because I really do not know how to teach being a "participant". If you are willing to do what is necessary and TRULY want to become a champion, then i can help, but only if you listen, learn, and apply. If you do not listen to what I say, you will miss the knowledge to become a champion in wrestling. If you do not take notes, study, and learn what I have taught you, then again, success will not come your way. And even if you listen and you learn, but are not willing to do what is necessary, then obviously, nothing will change. One thing I can guarantee you. If you do NOTHING, then nothing will change. And 90% of the people reading this will do exactly that! The other 5% will become champions. The ultimate question is, are you part of the 90%, or are you, at least in your heart if not yet on the mat, a CHAMPION?