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    Wrestling Observation

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    When he did our coach approached him in a respectful manner trying to teach him the correct way to execute the wrestling technique, but he seemed very embarrassed and became very ignorant when the coach was attempting to help him. He never had encounter these problem till this year when he took the “leader” role. This showed me that has encountering development in the cognitive stage by the way he kept question authority (our coach) that he performed the move correctly. A sign of cognitive growth I saw in the varsity wrestler was when I asked him what his future plan with the sport of wrestling was. The wrestler responded very quickly and told me that he wants to wrestle at the next level and then told me how he was going to achieve his goal in a very confident tone. The sign of cognitive growth I saw was that he started making long-term plans for his self with obtainable goals. One of the solutions I though of to encourage cognitive growth in the wrestler I observed was by challenging him think about possibilities for the future or by trying to assist him in re-evaluating poor…

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    When it came time to choose what sport I wanted to do I chose wrestling, because as Dan Gable eloquently said “Once you’ve wrestled everything else in life is easy.” When I first started wrestling I was lazy and disinterested. I tended to float through life not putting forth my best effort. I soon realized wrestling and anything else I decided to do would require massive amounts of dedication; it caused me to reevaluate myself and what I wanted to do with my life. The strenuous and demanding…

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    For four years the second Monday in November till the last full weekend in February I have slaved away in the wrestling mat room to try and qualify and make the top eight wrestlers in the state championship tournament. Most years haven’t been successful, but last year was different. In The November of 2015, on the Monday that wrestling practice was planned to start, I showed up to practice after all day at school to meet my teammates for the year and plan out the season. This year been my…

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    Sport Of Wrestling Essay

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    the sport of wrestling, and I spend every day doing it. It has given me quite a few characteristics that make me unique and that definitely set me apart from others; these include perseverance, boldness, and humbleness. These traits are very good to know when dealing with my everyday life. Perseverance is one of the most important qualities that I have learned from wrestling. In this sport, it is a necessity. During practice, in order to get better, I have to keep practicing no matter how…

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    Essay About Wrestling

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    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…

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    It was freshman year of high school I was 16 my first year wrestling it was my first jv tournament we were at pacific high school in there gym at 8:30am and it was hot it felt like desert my match was about to start as sweat ran down my face I started to get nervous because i'm always nervous before a match it feels like there's a pit in my stomach but I was to focused on winning a medal and excited because wrestling is fun and it got a fire going in me I was ready to become a beast and fight…

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    Wrestling and Boxing are two contact sports that have different ways of making contact, rules and have similar setups for their competitions In both Wrestling and Boxing physical contact between the opponents is made. In wrestling contact is made by using your bodyweight to maneuver your opponent where you need them to be. In boxing on the other hand contact is made with the force of a fist inside a padded glove. Although both sports have different types of contact each is made very specific…

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    Essay On Wrestling Career

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    Wrestling without having an injury isn’t as hard as it may seem. Wrestling is a full contact sport, but if you get your body conditioned and take the right precautions you have good chance of not getting injured. It is a very long season to go through. Your body will endure a lot during your wrestling career. Its not all about what you do to keep your self safe, your coach should teach you the proper way to wrestle so you wont injury yourself or someone else while you wrestle. Wrestling is…

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    Wrestling Influence

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    The Influence of Wrestling To a lot of athletes, when they graduate high school, it is the last time that they will be involved in the sports they have grown up loving. To the select few who get the opportunity to participate in a college sport, their sport will have an impact on them for the rest of their lives. Ben Wilcox is a perfect example of how a sport has influenced his life. He has gone from wrestling as a student, to being a collegiate wrestler, ending up as a high school wrestling…

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    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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