What is the goal in high school wrestling?
The object of the sport of wrestling is to put your opponent on his back — to pin your opponent. A pin (or fall) is when you put your opponent on his/her back with any part of both shoulders or both shoulder blades of your opponent in contact with the mat for two seconds.
What is the goal of a wrestler?
The main objective in wrestling is to pin the opponent, which is achieved by holding his or her shoulder blades to the mat for about a second.
What are the values of wrestling?
Wrestling instills the values of courage, hard work, discipline, perseverance and humility. It forges character that lasts a lifetime and trains people to triumph over trials.
How do you write down goals for wrestling?
Method Goal-Setting Example: S: “My goal is to become a High School State Wrestling Champion by March 2nd, 2019.” M: “I will accomplish my goal of being a High School State Wrestling Champion by giving 100 percent in my physical/mental training, my studies, and in my nutrition every day. “
What’s a major decision in wrestling?
A major decision is defined as a win where one wrestler beats another wrestler by a margin of eight to 14 points.
Why wrestling is a good sport?
There’s a laundry list of life skills learned through the sport of wrestling. Wrestling builds character, teaches kids how to overcome obstacles, handle their emotions, respect authority, the importance of being a good teammate, and that success has to be earned through hard work and determination.
What is the most important in wrestling?
Your hips and your butt are definitely the most important muscle groups to a wrestler. Strong hips crush and opponent on a shot and get you into advantageous and dominant positions during scrambles or any position for that matter.
How can wrestling change your life?
The TRAINING makes you who you are. You gain skills and learn valuable lessons by making the right choices on the mat- Discipline, Dedication, Sacrifice, Hard Work, Responsibility and Accountability. Looking back on my career I can honestly say that I learned these skills from wrestling.
How does wrestling prepare you for life?
In life and in wrestling you can give time, hope, encouragement, love, support, strength, and commitment. The ability to give helps to make yourself, others, and the world great, on and off the mat.