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Motor City Wrestling Club

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  1. Motor City Wrestling Club General Information & Parent Orientation “Fueled by Sweat, Driven by Desire" 

  2. Overview • We are affiliated with the Chippewa Valley School District. • We are in the Michigan Youth Wrestling Association (MYWA) and wrestle in the Metro Region • Websites/email: • Motor City: http://eteamz.active.com/motorcitywrestlingclub/ • Email: motorcitywc@yahoo.com • MYWA: www.mywaywrestling.com • Metro: http://www.leaguelineup.com/welcome.asp?url=mywaymetro • We offer a structured training environment for athletes from age five to high school.

  3. Team Information • Head Coach: Earl Schutt • Associate Coach: John Jeffire • Assistant Coaches: Roel Manauis, Ed Szajna, Yonno Ciaramitaro • Team Philosophy: “Have fun, do my best, and walk on and off the mat like a champion no matter what happens.” • How we as the parents handle a win or loss is crucial in your wrestler’s attitude and development. The important part about this and every other sport is the effort put forth. Competition and proficiency will come.

  4. Practices • Tuesday and Thursday nights. Here in the CVHS Wrestling Room. • 1stsession “Red” 6:00pm to 7:00pm • Beginner and Intermediate wrestlers • 2nd Session “White” 7:00pm to 8:30pm • Advanced and Elite wrestlers • Practices promptly begin at their start times. We ask that wrestlers are ready well before the 6:00pm or 7:00pm start times. • We strongly believe in positive reinforcement to attain one’s goal. This is a learning process for many. Please ask questions when you have them.

  5. Practices • Practices are structured. During the RED session, we will teach fundamentals and core moves. During the WHITE session, the pace will be faster and advanced moves will be taught. Both sessions will conduct drills, situational wrestling, live wrestling, & calisthenics to get your child in wrestling shape. • Parent participation is strongly encouraged. This allows joint learning & the ability to provide positive reinforcement of moves at home. • We were informed by the high school to refrain from blocking the main hallway. We will show you where your wrestler can change.

  6. Practices • The team is large while the coaching staff not. During practices, if you are staying to watch, we kindly ask to keep conversations to a minimum so that we can maximize the limited time for instruction. • We understand that many times, siblings are brought to practice as some families have no other option available to them. We kindly ask limiting your other children from the wrestling room and especially the wrestling mat to prevent injuries & distractions during practice.

  7. 2010 Season Age Groups & Wt. Classes • 2005 / 2004 / 2003 (6 & Under) • 37, 40, 43, 46, 49, 52, 55, 58, 61, 64, 67, 77, HWT (within 20#) • 2002 / 2001 (7 & 8) • 40, 43, 46, 49, 52, 55, 58, 61, 64, 67, 72, 77, 82, 97, 112, HWT (within 25#) • 2000 / 1999 (9 & 10) • 47, 51, 55, 59, 63, 67, 71, 75, 80, 85, 90, 95, 100, 110, 130, 150, HWT (within 25#) • 1998 / 1997 (11 & 12) • 55, 60, 65, 70, 75, 80, 85, 90, 95, 100, 105, 112, 119, 126, 133,158, 183, HWT (within 30#) • 1996/ 1995; 1994 with proof they are still in 8th grade (13 & 14/15) • 70, 75, 80, 85, 90, 95, 100, 107, 114, 122, 130, 138, 145, 155, 170, 195, 220, HWT (within 30#)

  8. 2010 Season Age Groups & Wt. Classes • Age Group is determined by the wrestler’s age on December 31, 2009. • Tournaments have the option to block Heavyweights to ensure matches; • There should be no more than a 20 pound spread between competitors in age group 05/04/03 • No more than a 25 pound spread between competitors in age groups 02/01 and 00/99. • No more than a 30 pound spread between competitors in age groups 98/97 and 96/95/94 (with proof they are still in 8th grade.) • Anyone born in 1994 must send proof that they are still in 8th grade when they register for their MYWA membership.

  9. Tournaments • Match lengths are as follows: • 03-04 3 periods- 60 seconds each with no break-disc flip • 01-02 3 periods- 60 seconds each with no break-disc flip • 99-00 3 periods- 90 seconds each with no break-disc flip • 97-98 3 periods- 90 seconds each with no break-disc flip • 94-96 3 periods- 90 seconds each with no break-disc-flip • 93-94 3 periods- 90 seconds each with no break-disc flip • 90-92 3 periods- 90 seconds each with no break-disc flip • Overtime will follow the NFHS three stage process. • Hair covers (either attached or unattached) are required when hair length is outside NFHS guidelines.

  10. Tournaments • MYWA tournaments will follow the rules contained in the National Federation of State High School Associations Rules book unless otherwise noted. • Wrestlers must compete only in their age group. • Wrestlers can bump up one weight class. • Wrestlers can compete in only one weight class at a tournament. • Wrestlers, parents, and coaches are expected to behave in an appropriate manner at all MYWA tournaments, practices, and events. Poor behavior including profanity and abusive language will not be tolerated and violators will be subject to immediate ejection. Repeat offenders may be permanently barred from MYWA events.

  11. Team Assistance • Tournaments- Team Table • Practice Table Help • Cafeteria help at MCWC Tournament • Table Help • Set up and Clean up • Runners

  12. Questions • Coach Earl • Coach Roel • Coach Ed

  13. Wrestling 101 • When: Saturday November 14th from 10am-12pm • Location: Grizzly Training Center, Oakland University • A one of a kind opportunity for parents, new coaches, and athletes to learn everything they need to know about the sport of wrestling. • A great way for parents to become more involved in their child's wrestling career or coaches new to the sport to become educated quickly. • New parents and veterans alike can benefit from the information offered. Wrestlers of all ages can take away valuable information they can use throughout their career.

  14. Wrestling 101 • Hosted by John Burke11 years as Head Coach of Anchor Bay Wrestling Club; 3 years as assistant coach at Anchor Bay High School; Former University of Michigan wrestler; Senior National Runner Up; Coach to over 20 all state wrestlers and 3 state finalists • You must be registered by 6pm on Thursday November 12th to participate • Cost=$25 per person or $50 for a coaching staff / family up to 4 people.  • Go to www.grizzlytrainingcenter.com • Click on Applications to register online or e-mail me to register and pay the day of the clinic.  • E-mail: abwrestlingclub@comcast.net

  15. Wrestling 101 • Topics that will be covered include: > Nutrition > Skin Diseases > Weight Cutting > How to read tournament brackets > How seeding is determined > Off Season Workouts > How to choose a wrestling camp > Match scoring > Referee Signals > Mental Toughness > Goal Setting and more..... • This will be the most complete look at wrestling you will find anywhere. Each participant will receive a CD with over 100 pages of information covered during the class.