Wrestlers are known for their work ethic and their ability to earn their way.
You don’t get to your goals by taking the easy way out.
Your life is a sculpture. Chip away, Every day. J.R. Rim Greatness begins when practice ends. It is not what you do during a scheduled practice which makes you great. It is what you do after one that does. Early in his career, an elite wrestler will realize […]
It is much easier to stay disciplined than it is to get discipline back into your life again.
There is a difference between losing and being beaten.
It is the start of the wrestling season and the first rankings of the year have just been released.
And you are not ranked.
What do you do?
In the long run, a loss that makes you humble will more beneficial than a win that makes you arrogant.
My heart bleeds for full-time wrestlers who get part-time results.
Every test you face where you do the work, make the sacrifice, and absorb the pain of struggle, is recorded by your mind.
The results are stored deep in your subconscious.
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.