Most wrestlers think they are setting magnetic goals for themselves. They are not.
Sometimes, it takes total and complete darkness to see the absolute power and magnificence of the light.
I contest ones ability to make the ordinary, extraordinary is much more important than having a few memorable days.
To struggle and to understand.
Never the last without the first.
I was once told that the type of wrestler I was would be the kind of man I will be.
The world looks magnificent through the lens of gratitude and pride.
The five most damaging words to accomplishment are,
“It’s not worth it anymore.”
Those five words have destroyed more dreams than failure.
Pain is painful.
It is also necessary.
Pain is a motivator for one to act.
Pain is the stimulus of change, improvement, and correction.
Your mindset will always take you further than your body wants to go.
If you want to make a leap from one year to the next in wrestling, feed the good chatter in your head.