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NORTH VALLEY MISFITS WRESTLING CLUB Preseason Practices started September 3rd! Welcoming grades Kindergarden - 8th Grade NO experience neccesary. Learn the wrestling basics. Build your technique, add to your arsenal. Have FUN!! Are you a Football, Lacrosse, Hockey or Rugby player? Check out how wrestling will help you on the field! WRESTLING WILL HELP DEVELOP: ATHLETIC ABILITIES - COORDINATION - MENTAL TOUGHNESS - DISCIPLINE - SELF CONFIDENCE - RESPONSIBILITY SESSION: September 3rd - October 29th 2019 DAYS: Tuesdays & Thursdays TIMES: 5:30pm - 7:00pm LOCATION: Pinnacle HS Wrestling Room 3535 E. Mayo Blvd, Phoenix, AZ 85050 (Left of main gym, door has small sign) FEES: $150 COACHES: Cord Coronado (2x State Runner-Up, 4x State Placer, Former ASU Sun Devil Wrestler) Blake Ortiz (State Champion, 3x State Placer, 10+ years youth coaching experience) Chris Reid (Pinnacle High School Head Wrestling Coach) Marc Padwe (Pinnacle High School Asst. Wrestling Coach, Former Penn State Wrestler) ** Experienced coaching staff. Available for specific & individualized instruction. * Valid USA Wrestling Membership card required for all North Valley Misfits club wrestlers. * All Season Registration forms can be found on our website. Please complete all forms prior to first practice. Email: email@example.com Website: www.northvalleymisfits.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/NorthValleyMisfits Misfits Map.pdf
How does your coaching philosophy match with our Long Term Athlete Development (LTAD) model? http://content.themat.com/CoachesCorner/LTADPoster.pdf We'd love to hear your thoughts and feedback! Additional info on this topic is available through this link: http://www.teamusa.org/About-the-USOC/Athlete-Development/American-Development-Model Tough stats that wrestling can help American kids overcome: 1. 1/3 American children are overweight or obese A. Teach athleticism (make it fun) B. Teach good nutrition (talk about it often and lead by example) 2. 70% of American kids will quit competitive sports by age 13 A. Make wrestling fun B. Challenge kids to learn continuously C. Take pressure off of winning and work to improve daily Mike Clayton USA Wrestling National Coaches Education Program Manager firstname.lastname@example.org