- Great Attitude
- Coconut Water
- Refillable water bottle
- Healthy Lunch
- Healthy snacks (please no candy or junk foods, healthy chips ok)
- Extra tee shirt and shorts
- Clean socks
- Books (for 1 hour rest break)
- Pillow (for 1 hour rest break)
What not to bring:
- Junk food (candy bars, hard candy, gum, sweets.)
- Soda, Gatorade, Powerade
- Electronic devices
- Fidget Spinners
Typical Daily Camp Schedule:
Session 1: 9am – 9:55am – Arrival, get settled, loosen up. Warm up jog, exercises, stretches, mat drills
Session 2: 10am-11am – Step by Step Technique/Live Drilling
(2 minute water/restroom break at the top of 2nd hour… 11:00-11:02)
Session 3: 11am-11:30am Live Situational Wrestling
Break One: 11:30pm-12:30 pm – Lunch
Session 4: 12:30pm-2:pm – Step by Step Technique/Live Drilling
(2 minute water/restroom break at the top of 5th hour… 2:00-2:02)
Session 5: 2pm- 2:30 Live Situational Wrestling
Break Two: 2:30-3pm – Quiet Rest (read, study, rest. No playing, no tablets, no toys.)
Session 6 : 3pm-4:pm – Step by Step Technique/Live Drilling
Session 7: 4pm- 4:30 Live Situational Wrestling
Session 8: 4:30-5pm – Live wrestling
Disclaimer: The GWA U Can’t See Me Grind Mode Series is designed for those wrestlers looking to improve on overall technique and skill. This camp will not waste time showing wrestlers dozens of fancy moves that are less likely to work in real live situations or against stiff competition. GWA never places much emphasis on “RIGHT NOW MOVES”, which are “muscle moves” to get wins early on in a wrestler’s career against low level competition ex: (cement mixers, head and arms, or bulldogs). Instead, we focus on a very specific skill set that will help wrestlers progressively develop from one level to the next. The skills we teach at GWA are the very same skills that you will not only find in some of the best high school wrestlers in many of the top wrestling States in the US, but you will also find in many of the top NCAA D1 and other college wrestlers.
No fluff, no hype, no flash.
Just hard core technical fundamentals that will kick some @$$!
Wrestlers who participate in The GWA U Can’t See Me State Champ Series may experience the following:
Blink of an eye takedowns, elusive escapes, high scoring deficits over opponents, an increased sense of confidence, unexplainable intensity and swiftness, heavy hands, uncontrollable leg attacks and sprawls, a desire to inflict pain on opponents in the center of a circle, healthy eating habits, eruption to explosive takedowns, escapes, reversals, a desire to change levels in the middle of the night, and occasional drop stepping in public places.