In 2018 the Walt Whitman High School wrestling team lost their coach Vin Altebrando to a rare auto-immune disease. He was 51. Here is a speech I gave at Walt Whitman HS this spring communicating that Wrestling is More Than a Sport It is a Lifestyle. A Lifestyle […]
And when one has a purpose, “heart” is released during battle which makes even the smallest muscles and the tiniest physique more powerful than one could imagine or foresee.
There is no gene for the human spirit.
It is happening more and more in this era.
Wrestlers who take the bait.
I don’t play video games. I’m addicted to everything wrestling like other kids are addicted to Fortnite, I think.
Make a difference today for someone who is fighting for their tomorrow. Jim Kelly 2018 ESPY’s
Often, solutions to difficult problems reside well beyond comforts perimeter.
Life is a marathon and uses chaos and adversity to help us become enlightened about the universe. Chapter 6 – Synchronicity
If I can convince you of only one thing, let it be this – you need to trust in the process.
You have to trust the work you are completely immersing yourself in, is either going to produce your desired result or equip you with the tools needed to conquer a more important future endeavor, one you neither understand or are currently aware of right now.
I am here to tell you when a Brad Bruhn from Cortland or a Jon Egan from Roger Williams, or a Lonnie Morris from Johnson and Whales or a Shaun Lally from Muhlenberg or a Dean Zenie from Mount St. Vincent or a Joe Patrovich from LIU Post comes calling inquiring about your services to wrestle for their DII or DIII programs, to listen.
They are good people.