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Travis Phillips :: Mar 10, 2010, 7:22 pm
Where do I begin on how Miron has influenced and developed my son...First let me say Quarrier would not have won his first state title this past weekend without the training of Miron. Your system and the intensity you deliver it with truly shows the passion you have for wrestling. My son has gained so much in the four consecutive weekends leading up to his state championship from working with you and the Miron kids. All of those trips will be just a few for the many more we will make over the upcoming years because I have seen my son's development start to take sight while he was at his state wrestling tournament. You pushed him how to think like a champion, train like a champion, taught him as if he was a champion and made him a champion. I believe my son will win more state titles through your system and teachings but more important the assets he will learn and gain will develop him into a great man. Just as you are. Thank you and we look forward to all your camps. btw... immediately after shaking hands and winning the state title Quarrier runs and jumps and my arms and says "I want to win Tulsa Nationals." This is the mind set you teach. This is a mind set that will drive our youth to excel in life. Tavis Phillips West Virginia
Max Gladstone :: Mar 7, 2010, 11:49 pm
When I was in seventh grade I was wrestling at my district tournament when I first met Miron. Soon after I visited the club and started practicing and doing camps. At that point in time I really sucked and got pounded every time I went to practice and at almost every camp I was tested because he pushed me so hard to be the best and I had to decide if I wanted that. Miron would always tell me I was "going to be a beast!" though no one else but my parents saw that. MIRON I thank you for believing in me and not giving up on me when I cried or wanted to give up. You made me believe in myself and gave me the mindset that I will be the best and like you said "He's going to be a BEAST". So to everyone reading this you can see what he can accomplish. He turned a gangley tall kid who could not hit a single leg right into an Ohio State wrestler who believes he can win the national title if he works to get to the next level. Thanks Miron!! Max Gladstone, 3rd Placer, 2010 Ohio State High School Tournament DEAR MAX, CONGRATULATIONS ON YOUR 3RD PLACE FINISH AT THE OHIO STATES. I ALWAYS BELIEVED IN YOU AND BELIEVED THAT YOU WERE GOING TO BE GREAT. I BELIEVE THAT YOU WILL BE A NCAA CHAMP IF YOU KEEP WORKING HARD AND KEEP BELIEVING, YOU WILL ACCOMPLISH YOUR GOALS. COACH MIRON
Jordan Bosma Sr. :: Mar 7, 2010, 7:45 pm
Over the past week, my daughter, Marian, a sophmore from Hesperia, Michigan, won the USGWA State Championship. My son, Jordan, a junior at Hesperia High School, also won the State high school Championship. The countless 6 hour one-way trips over the past four years, to camps and individual training sessions, have been worth every mile, regardless of the wrestling success, which comes from training with the best, you! Your friendship and hospitality, your wonderful wife and family, your advice and admonition to my kids, are reason enough to make the trip. I have many good memories of coming to train with Coach Miron, and I also have 2 champions for kids. Most importantly, I have a great friend for life. Thank-you Miron!
Christopher Hardee :: Feb 10, 2010, 10:59 pm
I would like to thanks Coach Miron for helping my kids ,after coming there they have learned so much and will continue to grow with Team Mirons help . Thank you so much from the South Carolina boys
Greg & Kristie Reighard :: Oct 4, 2009, 6:43 pm
What an awesome accomplishment, being inducted into The University of Findlay hall of fame on Saturday. What an honor being one of the few who can say that they got to wrestle with the "Great Miron" Look forward to seeing you soon.
paul patterson :: Aug 4, 2009, 10:57 am
Miron is a down to earth person. He really cares about the students he teaches. Both my sons, and a few others from their school attended his camp at the end of July, and were impressed how he takes the time to show you a move and explains why it's done that way. They both want to return for more! Team Miron is the real deal, and I have no doubt the are better wrestlers for being there.

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