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  • Essay About Wrestling

    community for wrestling is different from most that I have heard. It could be similar to most high school sports because every high school has their own way of saying things. This Community differs from other communities because if you have never heard a person who wrestles talk about it or have never wrestled yourself, it can get very confusing. Wrestling is different because most terms are not heard in every day language. The moves are different for every team, although every move has a universal name that everyone knows it by. For example, There is a move called “the Granby roll” that my wrestling team would call “the funk”. I have heard other teams call it a different name, although I cannot remember what they would call…

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  • Personal Narrative: Warrior Wrestling

    I never thought that I would ever end up being a Warrior Wrestler at Henry Sibley High School. It all started with one of my brothers wrestling for the High School. His head coach was close with my brother so he also knew me. He was and still is an social studies teacher at Heritage Middle school which is connected in the School district of 197. Every morning at Heritage he would see me and always call me by my brothers name and always bug me about wrestling and trying out for it. Over time of…

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  • Different Types Of Wrestling Essay

    knowing you 're going to go out there and try and rip the other guy 's face off for 6 minutes straight and know he is trying to do the exact same thing to you. It is not a mindset most people have or are okay with having. It is something very few have. A very rare breed of person that is on the edge of psychotic, and is willing to push over that edge to reach a level of success and capabilities no one knew was possible. What are they called? This rare breed are called; Wrestlers. Wrestlers are…

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  • Arm Wrestling With My Father

    Arm wrestling with my father is about a boy and his father being competitive in arm wrestling and them having a physical relationship, more than your typical father son relationship. Arm wrestling was a thing he did with his father and how they expressed their love for each other. His father didn’t really know how to express his love for him son so he showed it through physical sports which was arm wrestling. The love him and his father had for each other was always there, even though they…

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  • The Positive And Negative Aspects Of Wrestling

    Since the time of the Greeks and Romans, wrestlers have competed both on the battle field and at home to see who will win. Many sports advertise challenging competition similar to that of wrestling, but very few can follow through with these promises. This happens because these other sports do not build themselves on set standards such as mental and physical strength and technique. These important parts of wrestling have set it apart for centuries. As a wrestler, I know that these standards make…

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  • Informative Essay On Wrestling

    Wrestling is a sport well one person battles it out with another, you can basically call wrestling a street fight with rules. If your not ready for the fight ahead then maybe you go look for a different sport. I was not physically ready for this match. I got hurt pretty bad with a concussion and it did not feel good. My painful concussion happened at Mountain View High School almost a year ago. I was wrestling this kid named Kyle Rice, Kyle is a kid who has wrestled for so long and beat me…

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  • Eating Disorders In Wrestling

    common in sports that require emphasis on an athlete’s physical appearance, size, and weight requirements (NEDA, n.d.). Wrestling is a sport that requires athletes to often times "cut" weight prior to a match. This includes not eating for several days before a match as well as excessive exercise and dehydration. Jeff Reese, a wrestler from Michigan, died on December 9 1997, from kidney failure and a heart malfunction. This happened because he was wearing a rubber suit for a two-hour workout to…

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  • Personal Narrative: A Career In Wrestling

    Another Pound of Nothing For any wrestler, it´s a long and excruciating process, but well worth the pain to reach the pinnacle of his journey: to be a state champion. Before the wrestling season, a wrestler needs to be mentally and physically prepared. This journey is anything but easy, and sometimes to have the most success, wrestlers must cut weight. Cutting weight puts the wrestler at a lower weight, helping him control wrestling matches easier. The wrestler has to create physical goals…

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  • Personal Narrative: A Career As A Wrestling Coach

    The unique experience I’ve had as a wrestling coach will be the influence of my 2 academic work and goals at Colorado Christian University. Fifteen years’ worth of experience at two schools and in two separate periods of my life. I started coaching wrestling right out of high school and after seven years quit for various reasons. Four years later I returned and have been going strong since. One could argue that my influence comes from a talk I had with my son Adrian when he was eight years old…

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  • Wrestling Is The Most Dangerous Sport Essay

    Wrestling is the Most Dangerous Sport “The better you eat the better you compete and the better you’ll be able to go out there and train and go out there and win it”(Burroughs).Most people think football is the most dangerous sport; some people agree some people disagree. Wrestling is the most dangerous sport because of physical injuries suffered after wrestling which include concussions, skin diseases, and eating disorders. Most wrestlers have had at least two to three concussions in their…

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