For the longest time I got it wrong…
We’re going to do ten one-minute leg raises, with 30 seconds rest in between sets,” my high school coach would yell out at the end of practice.
To become the best wrestler that you can be you must first lose 100 matches.
What separates good wrestlers from great wrestlers is not technique, it is nutrition.
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.