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Stressed Out?

While reading a fascinating article about Twenty-One Pilots, I got to thinking about this upcoming season, and how a lot of wrestlers may already be Stressed Out by it.

Are you feeling stressed out, not sure if you’re going to be ready?

If you want to get a running head start, instead of stumbling into the season rusty, here’s how you can:

  • BE the attacker.  When the whistle blows, you can make your opponent scramble to defend your attacks
  • Fuse your mind with body and fix what’s broken
  • discover the keys to scoring from short offense – along with the best front headlock scoring tactic you could ever use, while…
  • shutting down your opponent’s front headlock immediately

Come along for a great ride


in a little more than a Fortnite…

Last night my son boasted about getting a “360 no scope” head shot. I got really worried until I realized he was talking about the immensely popular Fortnite.

Winning at Fortnite takes a lot of practice, as well as possessing skills such as:

  • hopping and ducking while opponent is trying to shoot you
  • precise aim
  • building skills
  • getting the golden chest that has the sniper rifle
  • storm awareness

All skills that I sorely lack.

Winning at wrestling on your feet takes skills such as:

  • changing levels and defending while the opponent is trying to shoot on you
  • precise angles
  • a sure-fire short offense series that scores immediately
  • a whistle-to-fall plan of attack that keeps your opponent on the defense and you on the offense
  • an attacking mindset where every position leads to a score for you
  • attacking multiple ways from one set position (much like an NFL offense employs multiple plays from the same formation)
  • a system of setups that forces your opponent to do move where you want him to, and when
  • sure-fire finishes – know exactly where to go – and go there instinctively
  • the ability to quickly fix any defect in your game – and keep it fixed

In a little over a fortnite, a lucky group of dedicated athletes will be discovering the keys to sniping their opponents on the feet with can’t miss shots.

fill your takedown bag with ammo now


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Shred your opposition like Banksy

Street artist/political activist/vandal and affirmed recluse Banksy one-upped the entire art world recently.

Minutes after his grossly overvalued painting, Balloon Girl, was sold at Sotheby’s for $1.4 million…

it shredded itself.

Banksy had installed a shredder inside the frame, and via remote control, had it turned on right after the gavel dropped.

Just as Banksy shredded his own painting (wait for it…)

You can put your opponents through the shredder this year.

In just a few weeks, you can:

this one’s for the High School / Junior High:

  • dominate your opponent on the mat by shredding his escape attempts immediately
  • easily turn even the stingiest opponents with the most reliable tough guy turns
  • the undisputed #1 leg riding counter so effective, you’ll be begging for them to throw the boots
  • On bottom, rip your opponent’s attacks to shreds
  • go here to shred your opponent from the mat


PS. Be the Banksy, or get Banksy’ed – up to you.

Are you Ohio State or Penn State?

Saturday’s Ohio State/Penn State football game was a classic.  Came down to the very end.

Remember what happened  late in the 4th quarter when it was 4th and 5 and the game was on the line?

Let me refresh your memory about that exciting moment, here’s what happened next:

Time out Penn State.
Time out Ohio State.
Time out Penn State.

Followed by Penn State quickly forgetting what brought them to the brink of victory.

Namely, quarterback Trace McSorley running and throwing the ball and shredding OSU’s defense for much of the game.

At the most critical point in the game, the lions lost sight of what got them there.

Just as many wrestlers struggle to determine what their own go-to move is.

[On the other hand, when the chips were down, Ohio State went with what got them there.  Which are you?  Ohio State or Penn State?]

If you are looking to develop your own go-to move(s)….

how about FIVE of them?

What would it mean to be able to attack your opponent multiple ways from one set position…

utilizing a variety of set-ups leading to explosive attacks?

Even better….

Learn how to fix your biggest weaknesses (from any position – even ones I don’t cover at this event)…and keep them fixed,  using a simple tool that can quickly and easily be implemented.

No calling time out on 4th and 5 (twice) to think about what your go-to is.  Just do it as automatically as a sleep walker opens the fridge.

go here and learn how