Attack Style Wrestling DVD & PDF Resources Young Wrestler Coaching Guide Updated

Wrestle To Win has launched a new guide to training and coaching young wrestlers with effective techniques. It covers Attack Style Wrestling and the benefits it offers to parents, coaches and wrestlers alike.

Blacksburg, United States - February 15, 2020 /NewsNetwork/ —

Wrestle To Win has launched a newly updated guide for parents and coaches looking to improve their wrestlers’ training. It highlights the benefits of implementing Attack Style Wrestling, which covers results-backed practice plans and situation drills for youth conditioning, training and development.

More information can be found at: http://WrestlingToWin.com

The new guide was written for parents and coaches who ask what are the best exercises for wrestling and how to train for wrestling. It covers the best training programs for youth wrestlers, including age appropriate takedown techniques, stand up, escape drills, strength and conditioning, practice plans and more.

Wrestle To Win explains that, for both parents and coaches, it can be hard to find the best information out there when it comes to training young wrestlers. What’s more, there is often contrasting information that makes it difficult to design the best training program.

That’s where the new guide can help. It showcases the benefits of Attack Style Wrestling, a renowned program for developing youth wrestlers effectively.

Wrestle To Win says that getting proper training and coaching is important for young wrestlers, because it helps to prevent the development of bad habits.

Attack Style Wrestling is a training system that works for youth, middle school, and high school wrestlers alike. It was created from the ground up to bring out the best in program participants.

Anyone signing up to the program will get 10 training DVDs, which all come with live drills to practice. They also provide instruction and coaching to ensure proper technique. Alongside this, young wrestlers can learn from 4 PDF handbooks, all with detailed instructions.

Wrestle To Win states: “You’ll have everything you need to get your wrestler or wrestlers through an entire season of drills, practices, exercises, and more.”

It adds: “The training even includes motivational material that works for any age group. You can help your favorite wrestler prepare for wrestle-offs, matches, tournaments, or any other kind of competition they need to be ready to win!”

Full details of the new guide can be found on the URL above.

Contact Info:
Name: Tyler Newman
Email: Send Email
Organization: Attack Style Wrestling
Address: 2000 Kraft Drive Southwest #Suite 2500 Suite 1202, Blacksburg, Virginia 24060, United States
Website: http://wrestlingtowin.com

Source: NewsNetwork

Release ID: 88946846

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