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Top Ten Reasons To Attend a Team Miron Wrestling Camp
Sep 9, 2007, 8:03 pm
  • Measure your skills and level of expertise against some of the best wrestlers in the country.
  • Improve upon your basic foundation by focusing on fundamentals, as well as, learning new techniques.
  • Top coaching from the best.
  • Train with winners.
  • Winning wrestling scholarships at every level becomes more intense. Every legitimate means of gaining an edge toward securing an education and the opportunity to play at college level is an investment in your future.
  • Learn conditioning drills and improve your conditioning.
  • Go to the next level.
  • Develop lasting friendships with fellow students at camp.
  • Personalized training with Miron Kharchilava.
  • One of the top training facilities of its kind in the Midwest.


Top Ten Reasons To Attend a Wrestling Camp
Sep 9, 2007, 8:03 pm
  • Measure your skills and level of expertise against some of the best wrestlers in the country
  • Improve upon your basic foundation by focusing on fundamentals, as well as, learning new techniques
  • Top coaching from the best
  • Train with winners
  • Winning wrestling scholarships at every level becomes more intense. Every legitimate means of gaining an edge toward securing an education and the opportunity to play at college level is an investment in your future
  • Learn conditioning drills and improve your conditioning
  • Go to the next level
  • Develop lasting friendships with follow students at camp
  • Personalized training with Miron Kharchilava
  • One of the top training facilities of its kind in the Midwest


What is a Winner?
May 23, 2007, 10:34 pm

All of my students want to be a winner. But do they really know what a winner is? It's not someone who wins every match and wrestles even when they are injured.   If this was true then there would never be any winners!

 

A winner isn't a quitter, but someone who sets goals and goes after them.   This means no matter how bad things may be going a winner keeps trying and remains focus on the goal! A winner doesn't change their goals when things go wrong, instead they remain focus on their goal and never look back. Sometimes you may need to hold back on a goal and this may appear to be a failure, but in reality many winners fail numerous times before achieving their goals.   Learn from your failures and use it to your benefit by using it to make you a better wrestler. Both failures and challenges are necessary as they open the door of opportunity. Learn to be a winner!



Gold Medal Olympian and OSU Coach Visit Club Miron
Apr 27, 2007, 9:59 pm
When running a wrestling program it's important to expose your students to Olympic talent and provide them an opportunity to learn from the best.  In April, we had 2000 Olympic Gold Medal Winner David Moussoulbes and Tommy Rowlands who is training for the 2008 Beijing Oympics and Assistant OSU Wrestling Coach visit our club.
 
Both David and Tommy shared thier insight and motivated our students in being the best. Who knows, there may be a future Olympian in our club, but one thing is for sure, our students are getting the best training available and more importantly are learning to become leaders.


Confidence is the Key in Wrestling
Dec 23, 2006, 10:25 pm

As a coach the most important thing you can do is to have confidence in what you're doing. A wrestler needs to know you have a sense of confidence in their ability not only as a wrestler, but as a leader as well. We have a saying in wrestling which is "it's not what you do, but it's how you wrestle that matters.'

 

To become the best in wrestling it's real important to keep an open mind. So that's one of the reasons why I develop a wrestler's technique along with conditioning, through practice, because it builds confidence that leads to a world class wrestler. You motivate a wrestler not by giving a speech, but by developing their confidence.

 



Becoming a Great Wrestler!
Sep 11, 2006, 8:32 pm

The difference in being a great wrestler versus a good wrestler is to constantly push yourself in all aspects of wrestling from practice, conditioning, and technique. How do you know if you're a good or great wrestler? Ask yourself these questions:

 

-           When practicing do you give it your all, or sometimes hold back?

 

-           When practicing do you allow your teammate to wrestle at an average pace?

 

-           During a match do you rest for a few seconds before making your next move?

 

If you answered yes to any of these questions you are a good wrestler and not a great wrestler. Want to be a great wrestler? Focus on pushing yourself in all aspects of wrestling from practice, conditioning and technique. Once you're focused you'll be amazed in the improvement of your skills and abilities.







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