I have counted ten ideas that can help you become a better wrestler. Perhaps you have heard about the Bible and the Ten Commandments. Well, here are my ten commandments about wrestling
1. I'm struggling. You will not have another sport for me.
- I know that some of you are participating in other sports and that's great. Perhaps you even choose some of your other sports to struggle. What I add is that wrestling needs to be a priority if you want to be very good at it. If you can spend some time in the summer to struggle and continue, it will help you amazingly. If you play baseball in the summer and play football or walk over the country in autumn, I think it's fine. However, if you struggle too, do whatever you can to recover from the football or border season and give 100% of your attention to the struggling season when time comes. Do not just struggle for three months out of the year and forget about the other nine months of the year.
2. You must have no unintentional idolatry or profound faith in wrestling.
- If you have a lot of negative thoughts referring to your breast skills or your skills to accomplish your goals, you must review those views. You might think you are not talented enough. You may think that an excellent situation can not overcome a lack of talent. However, hard work, processing and a large amount of tape can be done a lot. Faith is important, but be careful. If you believe that you can do one footing against any wrestler you encounter, you may be wrong. You may need to be ready to try another move. In addition, it's great to have models and glitters you're looking for. However, you must develop your own style. John Smith can do very low, but I could never. I can admire John Smith and learn from him, but also be open to other methods and ideas.
3. You will not struggle in vain.
- Do not do a passive attempt to succeed in sports wrestling. Approaching wrestling with a serious attitude. Set goals and work hard. Do not handle wrestling as a trivial, insignificant part of your life. Work hard and with purpose and you will see valuable results. Wrestle and train with the aim of being the best wrestler you can be.
4. Remember to struggle with exercise, to keep it holy.
- Your effort to excel in crime is nothing more than fitness training. What good is strength and endurance if you do not know any physical activity? Drilling moves repeatedly is very important. You will need to practice movements repeatedly so that they become a different character. Do not omit exercise unless you are sick or injured. Make the most of exercises. Practice is the time to try new moves and find out what works for you. Make your practice skills a priority and you will find success in the competition.
5. Honor your coach and your teammates.
- Your coach is a very important asset. You can learn a lot from him. Show him the respect he reads, even if you do not always use the work he does to you. Ask him for guidance when you need it. Look at him for advice. Encourage your team in practice and in competition. Be a good model for younger criminals. Always be fit and act with dignity.
6. You will not commit bad sports events.
- You may lose games sometimes. You may think the referee made a bad call. Perhaps you did stupid mistakes and lost the game in the last second. You shake your opponent's hand and act like a man. You do not whine or act disrespectful. It's ok to be angry when you lose. But you still respect and shake hands. You respect wrestlers from other schools who are also working to be the best they can be. If you lose a game, you will see what went wrong and you learn from it. You always keep your dignity and composition. Do not spoil your team or yourself by being hurtly lost.
7. You will not be neglected about your condition.
- Talent is important in sports wrestling. If you have excellent technology, you can win many games. However, technology is not all. Facilities are extremely important. When two equally talented footballers attend, a better state athlete will probably work.
8. You must not enter a game that is unprepared.
- You need a policy before you enter the folder. Do you know what moves you're going to use? Have you experienced some possible situations that may arise in a game? Are you well conditioned? Talk positively to yourself before the match and view of the movements you are going to use. You need to focus on winning this game and nothing else.
9. You will not let a loss pass without learning.
- Losing a game is annoying and boring sometimes. Sometimes losing you can really be angry. However, remember that loss is also time to study. Dan Gable lost the last game in his college career. But, he learned from the loss and began to become a world and an Olympic player. He also became one of the most successful university coaches of all time. After a loss, consider what you did wrong and work to correct it. Perhaps you need to drill a certain movement more. Or sometimes you need to place more emphasis on your condition.
10. You will not think about other talents and claim that you have less.
- "Hard work strikes talent, when talent does not work," says Tim Notke. Talent helps, but the talent is not all. Every wrestler has some talent. Some have more and some have less. You can always improve your skills. Eat one foot takedown thousands of times and you'll be better off it. Having a model to look is good. I admire Dan Gable, Tom Brands, John Smith, and many other wrestlers. I can learn from them, but I need to develop my own style and find out what works for me. I can make up for less talent through drilling, condition and decision. Many wrestlers with average wrestling talents have become champions because they had the passion to be the best. They worked hard and put the effort. Dan Gable says: "The 1st season is done by the best technician. The 2nd season is worked out by the child in the best form." 3. The period is worked with the child with the greatest heart. "
I hope the ten terms above can help you become a better wrestler. Many factors can determine how well broken can happen. I hope you have some more ideas to help you in your quest to become a great wrestler.