Training Programs

Advanced Wrestlers

… typically have 3 years experience, and are focused on learning and improving complex wrestling skills. They are capable of competing at state and national levels in High School. They are self-motivated, disciplined, and take initiative with their own training on and off the mat. 

– “What better place than here, what better time than now.”


“A man’s worth is no greater that the worth of his ambitions.”
– Marcus Aurelius

Intermediate Wrestlers

… typically have some wrestling experience. They are familiar with the basic technique and are beginning to chain moves together to score points offensively. Intermediate wrestlers are excited to learn and meet every challenge at practice head-on.

“Man can not remake himself without suffering, for he is both marble and the sculptor.
– Alexis Carrel

“Destiny is no matter of chance; it is a matter of choice. It is not a thing to be waited for; it is a thing to be achieved.”
– William Jennings Bryan

Novice Wrestlers

… are new to the sport, have little to no experience. Novice wrestlers take defeats in stride, focusing on learning and improving their basic skill sets.

“Only a man who knows what it is like to be defeated can reach down to the bottom of his soul and come up with the extra ounce of power it takes to win when the match is even.
– Mohammad Ali

”There is learning in suffering/experience”



That is a hard question to answer, but usually around age 6.  Each child is different. It mainly depends on their ability to focus.  Practice typically runs about 1- 1.5 hours (See youth practices).  Since this is an important question, we offer new patrons a free session to see how their wrestler acclimates to the mat.  We want your wrestlers to fall in love with the sport and have a positive experience.  We recommend you watch the practice and see how your wrestler does.  If you feel he/she is ready, SIGN HIM/HER UP!  If you have concerns, speak to the coach.  We will not be offended if you feel that it is not the right time to sign up for membership. However, we do hope you will come back when your wrestler is ready.

HOW OLD IS TOO OLD?   Our club has had success with wrestlers starting as late as high school.  One notable example is a young man who first started on the mat as a high school freshman and was a state champion as a Junior.  


Very little.  Shoes are the big expense.  A basic pair runs about $50 new.  You can spend more than $200 but that is not necessary and will not likely improve your performance.  If you have orthodontics you will need a mouthpiece.  Typical practice attire is gym shorts,  t-shirt, and athletic socks.  No jewelry of any kind.  No jean shorts or anything thing that can poke, cut or scratch.

Additional note:  Wrestling shoes should be used ONLY on the MAT and street shoes should NEVER be worn on the mat!  Think of everything that gets deposited on the ground.  You don’t want your wrestler’s face rubbed on the ground and it will get rubbed on the mat.  Also, hard sole shoes and ESPECIALLY spike heels can damage the mats.


Yesterday.  We take new members anytime, and operate year round except for July.  


Anyone of good character who has a love for the sport of wrestling.

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