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How to Practice For Wrestling Tournament time the end of a season but the beginning of any wrestlers championship quest is the time for all of the weak to perish leaving only the strongest competition on top This intends to cause incredible stress However all of this stress can be turned into positive energy if the wrestler focuses on his perfect practice plan Here are some tips I use and would recommend to any wrestler to help him get ready the week before a championship tournament Follow them carefully 1st step Prepare for warming up Before practice begins I would get a large amount of sweat suits and thermal long johns to wear as soon as I get done weighing in to help shed some pounds If I am underweight before practice a T-shirt and shorts would be just fine because it is senseless to be dehydrated and over-exhausted Yet if Im at least three pounds overweight within two days of the competition it is a must to practice in heavy clothing I would first start my practice out with a nice-paced two to four mile warm up jog in a good pair of running shoes to get the blood and oxygen flowing steadily through my body It would be wise for me to cut my run short if I were dizzy or felt an uncomfortable pain during run to avoid any injuries I would just finish with walking two miles briskly after that and then go back to the practice room The practice room is where I and all of the other wrestlers would finish our practice routine for the day As soon as we were all in the room we would form a circle on the mat with the captains in the center to start our post-run warm ups These would consist of stretching out the legs arms back and neck to increase flexibility and prevent injury doing four sets of numerous
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