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The best relationship is with sports, because all sports can do is make you a better, stronger, person

You learn confidence. You learn self-control. You learn to stand on your own while also, learning, teamwork. You learn so much by participating in any sport that every kid should join a sport at some point; even if it’s, just, for the social skills.

You will never know your limits unless you push yourself to them.

Eat. Sleep. Train. Wrestling. The harder you work, the more limits you will break. Don’t stop just because someone or something tells you to.

The question isn’t who is going to let me, it’s who is going to stop me?

Don’t let anyone stop you. Train. Sweat. Win. Lose. Learn. Fight. Wrestle.

Hard work beats talent, when talent doesn’t work hard.

It doesn’t matter how much talent you have, if you don’t work hard to maintain it, you’ll lose it.

I Wrestle

I wrestle Not simply with my opponent I wrestle with, demons, of doubt With my past failures With my exhaustion With my injuries With my anonymity With that, unrelenting, voice that tells me to stop But I am a wrestler And one thing will always be certain I will be victorious

In a room full of studs, you have no choice but to get better.

There are always going to be other wrestlers, but will they all be better than you?

The best strength & conditioning workout is called wrestling.

No matter what the sport is, no one trains harder than a wrestler. Wrestlers use every, muscle, in their body. They bend and stretch into every, conceivable, form. They go full force from, whistle, to whistle. And they do this all for the love of the sport.

If there is still time on the clock, there is still time to win.

Wrestlers never quit. All the hard work and training during practice can fuel a wrestler through those final few seconds on the clock. And it may be those final few seconds that, determine, the winner of the match.

Get up and train while your opponent is sleeping.

It doesn’t matter what your sport is, out training your opponent is one of the keys to success. via @buttram3, 

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