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An Ancient Heritage In Modern Times

by admin in Uncategorized | Posted on July 23rd, 2013 | Comments Off

With almost every historical account of laudable tales in the world of wrestling, be it Olympic history, sports science, or ancient accounts of greatness, two aspects of life are always paired. Those are, times of intense training and noted periods of rest and relaxation. The ancient wrestlers knew that truly great athletes, , Directstar TV, need access to those things that help a human being stay primed for competition. Though the activities that constitute “rest” have changed a great deal in the past few millennia, the concept remains the same. Wrestlers, especially those that rely on constant muscular growth, endurance and explosive power should concentrate as much as possible on letting their bodies recover after training or competition. Going through the routine of cleaning-up nutrition, increasing cardio activity, weight loss and hours upon hours of intense practice takes its toll on the body. It doesn’t matter how physically tough and ready you think you are. If you are lacking in sleep, mineral replenishment and hydration, you will never perform at your peak. It is also proven that in order to maintain daily function, the brain uses up to 20% of all the nutrients you put in your body. If you are too drawn out and lacking in vital necessities (including rest), you will not mentally make it through the first round. Take a cue from the ancients and make it a priority to enjoy your time off!

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An Adreneline Rush On The Mat

by admin in Uncategorized | Posted on May 24th, 2013 | Comments Off

When you are invested in wrestling as a sport, you will find that it can be tough to stay calm when you first get on to the mat. The truth is that the adrenaline rush of when you first go to face an opponent can be intense, and if you are not prepared for it, it can lead to you making some serious mistakes when the big moment comes.

First, remember that wrestling bouts are a lot shorter than they necessarily feel. You are basically

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Sweat, Grunts, And A Referee Whistle

by admin in Uncategorized | Posted on March 31st, 2013 | Comments Off

Wrestling is one of the most exciting sports at the junior, high school and collegiate level. Wrestlers are some of the hardest working athletes in sports and are required to work harder than many of their compatriots to ensure that they are in top physical condition before they enter a match. Since wrestlers have to make weight before they fight an opponent, they are often required to go without food for several days before a match or they are required to hit the track or steam room in their full warm-up suits in

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The Competitive World Inside The Ring

by admin in Uncategorized | Posted on December 4th, 2012 | Comments Off

Wrestling is a sport dating back thousands of years. It’s contested from a young age to adulthood, from grammar school all the way up to the Olympic level and beyond. Generally, this is considered to be known as the Greco-Roman style of wrestling.

The concept of the sport involves two people using a variety of holds to eventually pin the opponent’s shoulders to the ground. Some of the most famous moves include bear hugs, arm drags, headlocks and the suplex. The wrestlers are scored

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Passion And Pride Within The Ring

by admin in Uncategorized | Posted on December 2nd, 2012 | Comments Off

Understanding passion and pride within the ring can be extremely difficult for people who do not understand the origins of wrestling. It has been one of the most beloved sports among people of all ages for countless centuries. Many people do not realize that this ancient sport has ties that go all the way back to ancient Greek culture, and that is why it is considered such a special sport among its fans. It is important to have a solid understanding of the sport’s true history to see why

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The Men Of Wrestling, Past And Present

by admin in Uncategorized | Posted on November 30th, 2012 | Comments Off

Wrestling has been around for ages and has had its share of heroic characters. It experienced a huge boom in America in the 1980s thanks to pro wrestlers with great stage presence. One of the most popular of these wrestling stars is Hulk Hogan. His mainstream movie and television success has brought the sport into the limelight. He also creates precedence for pro wrestlers entering the entertainment industry. A modern example of this can be seen in The Rock. While his wrestling career may not have been that long, his transition into movies as a

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Arm In Arm And Skin To Skin

by admin in Uncategorized | Posted on November 29th, 2012 | Comments Off

Wrestling is the manifest control over every part of the body in an effort to completely dominate an opponent. What if you could only use one body part?

If you have ever heard the name John Breznk, you will be familiar with the ultimate in physical control. Whereas wrestling is the matching of two whole bodies, arm wrestling matches two specific body parts. John Breznk’s story and success is a model for any wrestler wanting to gain insights into the

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Beyond The Muscle: Techniques and Tips

by admin in Uncategorized | Posted on November 27th, 2012 | Comments Off

With almost every historical account of laudable tales in the world of wrestling, be it Olympic history, sports science, or ancient accounts of greatness, two aspects of life are always paired. Those are, times of intense training and noted periods of rest and relaxation.

The ancient wrestlers knew that truly great athletes need access to those things that help a human being stay primed for competition. Though the activities that constitute “rest” have changed a great deal in the