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    Wrestling is a sport most people do so they can do better in other sports. They want to do good in wrestling to show their coaches that they are very strong athletes physically and mentally. Most people tend to not know the real ways of becoming good. Wrestlers have so many ways to becoming great, and they have to go on the bumpier road to get better, not the smooth one. Skip Practices One of the steps to becoming a wrestler is that practice does not make people better and, definitely, won’t make make them good at wrestling. If they want to talk about how to get good, they should consider skipping practices and being present once in awhile. Skipping practices is beneficial to the body because they won’t have to get their heads banged around to the point of getting concussions and have their arms and legs breakdown and not work like they would normally would. The practices will only waste the wrestlers’ time and won’t have time for anything else. Whenever a wrestler goes to a practice, the recommended thing to do is just mess around on the mats and not follow the coach's instructions. 2. No Desire to Win Another way to becoming a better wrestler is to not have the desire to win. It will definitely make the wrestler better because he will mostly let the opponent win and he will have done a good deed of making the opponent feel good for himself. It is just a waste of time trying to get the victory if you are out on the mat for ten minutes straight and can not get a victory.…

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    “We have some of the best medical people in the world that work for us. Our wellness policy, our concussion programming, our protocols — I’ll put them up there against any on the planet. That is a new science in a way, too.” A quote from Triple H WWE’s Executive Vice President of Talent said to The Wrap. WWE pays for all in-ring related injuries and any associated rehabilitation. Additionally, WWE leads the entertainment industry with its Talent Wellness Program, which is administered…

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    On live broadcasted tv and behind the scenes on and off tv in real life real injuries are constant. The WWE wrestlers don`t get no days off or off-season but sometimes they do for holidays and to visit their families in different states, cities, countries, and continents and no or not many breaks between matches. WWE wrestlers suffer from numerous and from a number of knee injuries and ankle injuries, and some injuries are so brutal like for example getting hit in the head with a foreign object…

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    Growing up most kids participate in basketball, football, and baseball. But growing up with a father who was a wrestler, I chose to wrestle. My dad got me started in wrestling when I was about three years old; I instantly loved it. I fell in love with the sport and by the time I was in high school, wrestling was about the only sport I participated in. My freshman and sophomore years were a bit rough, as I wasn’t big enough to field the lightest weight class. By the time I was a junior I was big…

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    I disagree with Bruce Springsteen when he says, “Remember, nobody wins unless everybody wins.” That’s a very liberal way of thinking. I can think of many sports, mainly wrestling where that’s not true. Along with many real world experiences and health issues that have proven this statement false. Mr. Springsteen is miss-lead in his quote about winning. Wrestling does not owe anyone anything. Let’s go back to state wrestling. My very first match, only a minute in, I get taken down, land on my…

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    that it was an important part in royal houses from France, Japan, and England. American settlers brought wrestling traditions with them from England and discovered that Native Americans loved their new style of fighting. The actual wrestle feeling is like this: Sweat perspires out of your pores, slowly going down and finally dripping off your face. Your heart races as you huff and puff. You take short choppy steps, pull out, fakes again, and quickly turn from right to left, outwitting your…

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    In season, wrestlers drop to around 6% or 7% body fat level (Weight 'Cutting ' Waning among College Wrestlers 5). Although these are large motivators that create eating disorders in wrestlers, the only reason they decide to compete in this sport and follow these weight regulations is because of their drive to compete and win. Some may argue that the reasons wrestlers develop eating disorders is because of the tradition of the sport. Wrestling has been around for a long time. “Drawings of…

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    kept trying to calm myself down, but nothing was working. We both shook hands, got in our stances, and the ref blew the whistle to start the match. Neither of us were able to pin each other and at the end of the third period, the ref ended the match. I looked up at the scoreboard and could not believe what I saw; I had scored the most points. I felt the ref grab my arm and raise it to indicate that I was the winner. I had just won my first match. The Will to Win - Berton Braley If…

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    part of a Martial Art base in ground fighting that developing environment and gradually excels their ability to use grappling.(1) My best friend, Mark Bermudez wanted me to watch the Ultimate Fighting Championships (UFC) cage fighters in 2010. Unlike WWE this is not staged fighting, but in opponents are actually physically fighting. I was hooked. I decided to follow my dream. On April 28, 2013 I started to search on the internet for where was the place exactly in Mixed Martial Arts (MMA).…

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    Whoever believes this is a bad think is focusing specifically on people who spend hours on that social media website or watching that cat video. When a person spends and excess amount of time doing things like this is when it becomes a problem and should be frowned upon. Moderation is key when dealing with the internet. If a homework assignment is due, then it is expected for the student to spend less time on the social media website verses when no paper is due. On a different note, the…

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