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Summer Youth 1st-3rd grade skills camp (June 10-12 2019)


This training opportunity is specifically designed for your K-3rd grader

Remember the last time you saw That Kid?

You know the one I refer to – talented wrestler that amazes you with the things he does:

  • How he gets out of messes
  • Looks like they have him and he squirms out
  • Wins the scrambles
  • Always ends up on top somehow

And you think, “How did he do that? I thought he was done for and somehow he prevailed.”

Some kids just seem to have the IT factor.

The IT factor can be defined as:

  • catlike reflexes….
  • incredible hips…
  • picture perfect reactions…
  • Athleticism to the max.

How you can even the playing field for your young wrestler (help your athlete develop the IT factor as well)

Your three step guide to how your youth wrestler can develop his athleticism in many different ways.

  1. Fluid Hip movements via a series of finely crafted hips skills that fit together like a glove.
  2. Cat-like recovery drills (eg: a drill that trains you to recover automatically when someone tries to hit a head and arm.)
  3. Movements such as: bridges, hip heists, and balance skills.

Many mistakenly believe you either got it or you don't. But there are many easy to learn drills that will help your athlete reflexes, flexibility, cat-like reactions, etc – and develop his own IT factor.
When your athletes comes to camp, I will show you personally how to reinforce these skills at home.

Right now, developing these movements is more important than any single move your young athlete can learn. these are the building bridges to greater movement, flexibility, and athleticism – and your athlete can develop them – if he starts now.

That's why I have created the Summer Younger Youth Skills Camp – because right now is the optimum time to chart your path for long-term success.

Summer Younger Youth Skills Camp, June 10-12 (Grades 1-3) (Commuter Camp)

This is your athlete’s chance to develop:

  1. Fluid Hip movements via a series of finely crafted hips skills that fit together like a glove.
  2. Cat-like recovery drills (eg: a drill that trains you to recover automatically when someone tries to hit a head and arm.)
  3. Movements such as: advanced bridges, hip heists, and balance skills.

Cost is only $140 per athlete

Camp Schedule

First Day:

9:30 A.M
09:30 – 09:45 A.M
09:45 – 10:00 A.M
10:00 – 12 Noon
12:00 – 01:00 P.M
01:00 – 03:00 P.M
03:00 P.M

Doors Open
Check In
weight check (in shorts and shirt)
1st Session
Lunch/free time
2nd Session
Parents pick up

Second Day:

9:30 A.M
09:40 – 09:50 A.M
10:00 – 12:00 Noon
12:00 – 01:00 P.M
01:00 – 03:00 P.M
03:00 P.M

Doors Open
Check In
1st Session
Lunch/free time
2nd Session/Parents review
Parents pick up

These camps will unquestionably accelerate your wrestling performance. But just in case you’re not convinced – here’s my personal assurance to you: