Introductory Meeting: Thursday, November 12, 2015 in the CHS Health Room after school at 3:30 PM.
Where: Practices will be held in the wrestling room at CHS.
When: Practice will be held every day during the season from 3:30 – 5:30pm.
What our program is about- The development of character is one of the fundamental missions for the Bruin wrestling staff. Character will be developed in our room through hard work and team competition, developing wrestler both mentally and physically. The physical and mental preparation for the sport of wresting allows young adults to transition into the real world after high school, prepared to succeed at the highest levels. The Bruin wrestling staff teaches the highest caliber techniques, safety, and functional conditioning to give our athletes the greatest chance of being successful.
Practice and Wrestler Expectations- Wrestlers are expected to compete on daily basis in the effort to continually improve. This competition does not only apply to the wrestling season. Wrestlers are expected to excel in the classroom and community representing their families, team, and CHS. Our program expects our wrestlers to strive to live their lives by our mantra,
1. We will be attending the North Idaho College (NIC) wrestling camp/ tournament June 23-27, 2016. 2016 TEAM NIC
2. Bruin Wrestling Camp will be held July 10, 11, and 12, 2017. Ages 5- 18 will be instructed in folk-style technique. Camp will be located at CHS. Bruin Wrestling Camp 17
Summer Hours- Summer Conditioning will take place Mondays- Thursdays from 5-6 pm. Summer conditioning emphasizes proper technique and safety instruction. The focus of our program is to develop functional strength and endurance through multiple plains of movement. We utilize Olympic style lifting to increase the explosive power of our athletes. All techniques are taught by certified Olympic Weightlifting coaches. We will also be having open mat session on Tuesdays and Thursdays for wrestlers to work on their folkstyle wrestling technique in a controlled supervised setting.
Each athlete MUST have a completed physical form and signed concussion form before they can start practice. Bring the completed forms the first day. All required forms can be found on the Activities Home Page as well as the CHS Main Office. The cost is $70 for the first sport which includes the required activity ticket.