Another thing wrestling teaches is to always get off your back, no matter what.
The worst thing in wrestling is to get pinned, that’s why if you do get put on your back, you always fight to get off. If there’s ever a rough time in my life, which there will be, I will know how to fight through it and always bounce back, never letting anything stop me.
It has taught me things about myself that I would not have been able to find out with out it.
I have learned that no matter how difficult a situation is, if you put your mind to it and tell yourself you can do it, you can.
In wrestling I have pushed my body to its limits, but never give up.
I have learned that your mind tells you to stop much sooner than you actually have to.You always can always push a little harder to win that sprint, or to get a takedown in overtime.Wrestling is a sport where there is no easy way out; it is you and your opponent, no timeouts, no substitutions, no shortcuts.If you don’t work your hardest on the sprints in the end of practice you judge yourself, and that is what pushes you to work harder next time.Wrestling has taught me to push myself to do things unimaginable.I will always be able to prepare my mind no matter how stressful the task.Wrestling teaches you to be able to function in strenuous situations.One of the things my coach has always told me before a match it to “leave it all on the mat.” Meaning that there is no point in saving anything for after the match and wrestle as hard as I possibly can for six minutes.Another thing wrestling has done for me is show me what I am capable of when I set my mind to it. Setting goals is something that can motivate me to work as hard as I possibly can.After going through the emotions of wrestling nothing else in life can compare. A match was arranged between them on the Dussehra day. Both wrestlers seemed to be equally clever and strong. He then pulled him with all his strength and with a violent jerk threw him on the ground.