PRACTICE BEGINS MONDAY!!!!
MUST BE REGISTERED TO PARTICIPATE - See links below...
Monday - May 10th - LHS @ 4pm for Weight Assessment - DRINK WATER ALL WEEKEND AND ALL DAY MONDAY. Bring Running shoes and Wrestling shoes. We will run to MLC from LHS after Weight Assessment. Pick up at MLC 6:30pm.
May 9th - June 10th: 4:30-6:30pm @ MLC
June 14th-June 25th - TBD @ LHS
Competition Schedule to be released by May 17th.
Parent Info Meeting - TBD
Help us move towards a safe season by:
1. Wearing your MASK
2. WASHING HANDS regularly
3. Keep minimum 6 ft DISTANCE
Wrestling Exercises to do AT HOME:1st Period - 2 minutes1. Move in your stance for 30 seconds (STANCE/MOTION/LEVEL CHANGE)2. Jumping jacks for 30 seconds (Cardio)3. Squats for 30 seconds (LIFT)4. Pushups for 30 seconds (Strength)2nd Period - 2 minutes1. Plank for 30 seconds (Core)2. Burpies for 30 seconds (LEVEL CHANGE)3. Jump Squats (think Burpies without going flat to your belly) for 30 seconds (LIFT/LEVEL CHANGE)4. Elbow to hand plank building for 30 seconds (alternating the hand you start with)3rd Period - 2 minutes1. Sit ups for 30 seconds (Core)2. Mountain Climbers for 30 seconds (Cardio/Core)3. Shoulder Touches from plank position (Core)4. Moving in your stance for 30 seconds (STANCE/LEVEL CHANGE/MOTION)Overtime - 2 minutes - DO YOU HAVE IT IN YOU TO "HURT LONGER" THAN YOUR OPPONENT?1. 1 minute of setups: Snap Downs and Wrist Pulls - Ask Dad to help ;) (STANCE/MOTON/LEVEL CHANGE - with purpose of moving opponent)2. 1 minute of pushups (Strength)If you are willing to give 6-8 minutes, daily, to your wrestling training, you will be in great shape when we return to the mat. This less than 10 minute commitment will also provide you with an outlet for your stored up energy… this expenditure will help you sit for online classwork with more mental focus. For those who are intensely focused on mat success next season, push yourself to make this as “real” as possible. Two to three times a week, do this workout once per hour for three, four, five hours. Treat it like a tourney - maximum matches in a day is five, so build up to it!I do understand that this can become monotonous, so get creative and swap out these exercises as you see fit. If you are simply not tired after your workout, OR you want to totally switch it up, take a look at what Mike Macchiavello (NCAA Champion from NC State) does to keep in shape. This guy is a beast!
OregonianLive Article featuring our Lincoln Girls Wrestling Team in the inaugural season for Oregon Girls!!!
Info to come...