Most wrestlers think they are setting magnetic goals for themselves. They are not.
This book, part vision board, part journal, part sports psychology, part motivational self-help, it asks 100 intriguing questions to wrestlers pursuing greatness.
Set out to make yesterday’s maximum today’s minimum.
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.
Never confuse simple and easy.
The age-old question on Long Island has always been,
“How do we retain our homegrown high school wrestling talent to stay and wrestle for a college program on Long Island?”
This picture is how.
There are so many young athletes whose stories would break your heart.
I don’t want my heart to break, I want to help mend theirs.
There is a time when a young team is in the process of developing when they learn a little about themselves that they may not have known prior to a competition.
The world looks magnificent through the lens of gratitude and pride.