101 Winning Strategies for Wrestling Coaches

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Keith Manos
181 pages
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Finally, a book all wrestling coaches can use every day from the pre-season to the post-season to develop a winning program regardless of their coaching experience. Keith Manos includes not only his own tips for creating and maintaining a championship program but also the strategies from the top wrestling coaches across the country. 101 Winning Strategies for Wrestling Coaches, by Keith Manos, provides a well-organized, detailed game plan that can help every coach from the youth to the college level enhance their wrestling program and maximize their wrestlers’ success. The coaching methods and motivational strategies outlined in 101 Winning Strategies for Wrestling Coaches are explained in an easy-to-follow format and are based on research into how the best coaches at the club, high school, and college levels run their programs.

101 Winning Strategies for Wrestling Coaches offers all coaches, both novice and veteran, a proven formula for creating a winning wrestling program and maximizing the physical and mental preparation of their wrestlers. The concrete, practical, and detailed strategies presented in this book are presented in terms of Strategies for the Pre-Season, Strategies for the Entire Season, Strategies for the First Week of the Season, Strategies for the Days Before a Match or Tournament, Strategies for the Day of the Match or Tournament, Strategies for After Matches and Tournaments, Strategies for the Final Weeks of the Season, and Strategies for the Post-Season—an organized and effective blueprint for winning dual meets and tournament titles.

What's inside:

Chapter 1: Strategies For The Pre-Season
Chapter 2: Strategies For The Entire Season
Chapter 3: Strategies For The First Week Of The Season
Chapter 4: Strategies For The Days Before A Match Or Tournament
Chapter 5: Strategies For The Day Of The Match And Tournaments
Chapter 6: Strategies For After Matches And Tournaments
Chapter 7: Strategies For The Final Weeks Of The Season
Chapter 8: Strategies For The Post-Season

What coaches are saying:

Keith Manos’s 101 Winning Strategies for Wrestling Coaches is a must “study” book for coaches. Keith has laid out the step-by-step strategies for building your most successful team possible. He has taken the time to detail each aspect of your program and how each strategy has its own important role. If you want your athletes to reach their potential, you must read 101 Winning Strategies for Wrestling Coaches.
—Mike DeAnna, former head coach at Edinboro University, member of the National Wrestling Hall of Fame, 4x NCAA Division I All-American at the University of Iowa

Keith has written a great book for wrestling coaches. I think 101 Winning Strategies for Wrestling Coaches can help any coach transform a good program into a championship program and average wrestlers into champions. The way the book is organized makes it easy for coaches to identify those areas where they might need help from the pre-season to the post-season. Keith certainly helped me take a program that had never even had a state-placer to a state runner-up finish and three state champions.
—Scott Blank, 21-year coaching veteran at two high schools, currently the head coach at Ashtabula St. John (OH) High School, 2018 Ohio Division III state runner-up

Coaching successful teams is hard work, organization, motivation, and a little luck. Your luck depends on your preparation. Both inexperienced and seasoned coaches will benefit from the insight and steps outlined in 101 Winning Strategies for Wrestling Coaches .
—Joe Scaletta, former head coach, 1972 Ohio HS state team champion Bay Village High School, 1973 Ohio Coach of the Year, member of the Ohio chapter of the National Wrestling Hall of Fame and the Ohio Wrestling Coaches Association Hall of Fame

Like the athletes we mentor, we coaches must look to constantly learn and grow. 101 Winning Strategies for Wrestling Coaches is a great resource for any young coach looking for help getting started and for experienced coaches who refuse to settle for the status quo.
—Mark Hawald, head wrestling coach at John Carroll University