We take great pride in helping JV wrestlers develop into State Champions. Our high school programs are broken down into four different training cycles. Each cycle plays a unique roll in developing our athletes and getting them to perform at their highest level.
During the Fall Cycle will lay the groundwork for the start of a successful high school wrestling season. The preparation will include structured drilling to build on fundamental positions and teaching advanced technique in a high intensity environment.
The Winter Cycle is the in-season training cycle for high school students. The extra workouts during this season give students a competitive edge and keep their skills sharp throughout the year. The sessions will focus on trouble-shooting each wrestler's problem areas and correcting these areas through drilling and situational wrestling.
The Spring Cycle is devoted to Freestyle and Greco-Roman wrestling. This cycle will focus on techniques and strategies to prepare wrestlers for state and national competition.
In the Summer Cycle students are given the chance to "out work" their competition, at a time of year that most wrestlers take off. This cycle improves students strength, speed, and power while they continue learning new techniques and gaining more mat experience. The training will consist of a light strength and conditioning session, along with large amounts of drilling and live wrestling.