Brian Morrow’s Star Wrestling Camps

Brian personally devised this curriculum so that maximum learning will take place.  Wrestlers will comprehend specific techniques, then drill the techniques to retain the specifics of each move well after camp has ended.  The camp coaches will work on high performance moves that work at every level of wrestling.  The counselors and Brian will stay after each session to answer questions.

What makes a successful camp?

Some things to consider when attending camp.

  1. Instructors knowledgeable at sport
  2. Instructors expertise dealing with kids
  3. Camp objectives
  4. Number of participants in camp
  5. Number of instructors at camp

A lot of camps are popping up with wrestlers with huge wrestling resumes with lots of knowledge, but they are lacking in the other areas of importance.

2014 Summer Wrestling Camps (Camp Flyer)

June 15 – 19: Top Camp — legs, tilts, bars and crab ride  (13 sessions)

July 20 – 24: Takedown and Scrambling Camp (13 Sessions)

July 27 – August 1: Super 16 Camp — Takedowns, Top and Bottom.  Limited to 16 kids (16 Sessions)