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Quinton Murphy :: Nov 12, 2011, 12:16 am
Coach Miron, Where do I begin? You have done so much for me I can't imagine I could ever put it to words. When I was 11 my dad brought me to your camp on Halloween weekend instead of trick or treat I worked out and got beat up in your practice; I did not want to come back at first, but I did and you inspired me to want more, to want everything I could get from wrestling. Today I am a senior. I have won three State championships been a NHCA All-American, Won a Gold Medal at the Pan-AM Cadet Worlds and then a 4th place finish at the first ever Youth Olympic games in Singapore in 2010. This past Summer I had a bitter sweet 3rd place finish at Fargo. Then on November 9th 2011 I signed a National letter of Intent to wrestle for Indiana University. If not for you this would have never happened, this I know to be a fact. Coach you say "I am not your friend, I am your coach" Well sorry coach I don't believe that anymore. You are the best person I know in this world. Thank you for everything you have done for me. Every match I wrestled since that October day when I was 11 was for you. I will always wrestle for Team Miron no matter what singlet I have on. Sincerely, Quinton Murphy Team Miron Wrestler
Tyler Sarreshteh :: Oct 21, 2011, 6:07 pm
Coach Miron, I want to thank you for all you've done for my wrestling career. My technique would never be where it's at without you! I'm a freshman starting varsity at Findlay High School. I believe I can wrestle at state level this year if I train my hardest for the next six months! With your help I know it's possible!I look forward to resuming my training with you, Miron. Thanks again Coach! Love, Tyler Sarreshteh p.s. See you tomorrow!
Joey Ward :: Aug 4, 2011, 12:06 am
Coach Miron, I don't think I can thank you enough. You have pushed me for going on 6 years now and I have learned so much from you. The kids that train with you every week do not know what they have in you because you are not just great in wrestling and technique, but also in your life lessons in your speeches. Now that I am older I appreciate them a lot and they have helped me in every step in wrestling. This passed year I won an Ohio High School state title in Division 1. I also just all-americaned at Fargo Junior Nationals. You have taken me to that "next level" and all the college coaches are coming at me now. I have had multiple scholarship offers and all the thanks go to you. I am ready to put the work in with you to become a great NCAA division 1 wrestler. Thank you again for all that you have done with my family and I, we all have nothing but good things to say about you. I have one more year in high school and I can't wait to get back out on that mat and defend my state title to win one more before I make my dream come true of becoming a collegiate wrestler... Joey Ward 8/4/11
Mark and Lori Russell :: Jul 28, 2011, 10:30 pm
We want to thank Coach Miron and Carson for all that they've done for our son. Our son has several disabilities and can be a real challenge. When he started, we didn't think he would be able to make it through the warm up, let alone the practice. Coach had confidence he could work with our son. Three months ago he could not do 1 pullup or master one wrestling move. He had no confidence. He can now do 10 pullups, master several moves and even more important, has developed much more self confidence. He's showing steady progress. What's so impressive is that Coach Miron doesn't just accept potential state champions as students, he accepts kids with different abilities and takes them on as a personal challenge...just as long as they are committed. Let there be no mistake, the program is tough but it teaches kids disciplene...something that's really needed for so many children. We cannot thank Coach Miron enough. Coach is interested in his students' success in life more than wrestling. He has a wonderful family that makes it a joy to show up at camps or at practice. He has our highest recommendation.
Jedidiah "Fluffy" Br :: Jun 9, 2011, 11:01 am
I want to thank Coach Miron for helping me achieve my goals not only on the mat, but in the classroom and in life. Two years ago I started wrestling at Miron's and he has made a big impact on my life. My sophomore year I only won 5 matches and I lost 15. By the end of senior year I had won 32 and only lost 8. I was not a state champ, however, Miron made me into a better person and I would have not been able to do it without him. Next year I will be wrestling at Indiana Tech in Fort Wayne, Indiana at the NAIA level. All thanks to Miron.
Tim Amos :: Mar 22, 2011, 1:59 pm
I want to thank first and foremost Miron, he knows what he and his family means to my family. I also want to mention how much I appreciate Coach Joe, Coach Lee, and Coach Jeffire for their friendship, patience, hard work, and dedication. I also want to thank the kids in the room and the Team Miron parents who welcomed us in with open arms. As he sat in the stands after winning the 2009 Tulsa Nationals my 8 year old son asked me if I thought he could compete with the kids wrestling for the title at the next age group up. After watching a few matches, I honestly told him probably not. He then asked if he could stop playing baseball and start trying to catch those kids. I told him yes and we made a schedule of camps to attend in the spring and summer. His first stop, the week before Reno Worlds, was Miron. As a parent who has seen the physical style of the Miron wrestlers I was worried that he may get hurt (it was the week before Reno and he had a chance to win the Trinity Award). The camp was physical so he came out of there with a few bumps and bruises but most importantly a huge smile on his face. On the way home he had his poster in one hand and the brochure in the other, with the dates of upcoming camps circled. He asked if we could cancel our trips to the other places, he wanted to train with Miron. It has been one year since that first trip and I have nothing but great things to say about the experiences that my son has received at Team Miron. We travel approximately 5 hours (round trip) every other weekend and every Wednesday evening. It is a sacrifice of time and money but it has been worth every minute and every dime. This is more than a camp where your kid will learn a new trick. I have watched my son mature as a wrestler and as a young man. Braxton has enjoyed some previous success on the state and national level so I really did not think that other people would notice the improvements that I was personally seeing in my son. I was wrong. People in West Virginia and on the national circuit have commented on the changes in my son's body type and improvements in his wrestling style. When they ask about those changes I tell them that Miron can help any kid, with any body style, improve at any level. He does not focus all of his attention on the kids who have won big tournaments. Perhaps more impressive than the work that he has done on Braxton is that I watched him take an out of shape first year kid and within a few months make that kid an Ohio state placer. The coaching is great and the added benefit is that the wrestling room is full of kids who want to take their wrestling to a higher level. When all of those kids are together, positive peer pressure pushes each and every kid to get better in the room and push themselves beyond what �normal� kids are doing when they are out of the room. With the great coaching, the disciplined kids, and the dedicated parents, it has been a very positive experience for my son and my entire family. I have no doubt that all of the experiences and friendships that we have made will last a lifetime. Thank you again for the work that you have put into my son. Tim Amos 3/22/2011

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