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    Default The Silent Assassin

    Wrestling requires strength (wrestling is a unilateral strength sport, which means equal emphasis on all muscle groups, flexibility (in fact an accomplished wrestler can match a gymnast in flexibility), body and eye coordination or analytic aptitude, which is the ability to react quickly to strategic situations. Wrestling also requires incredible endurance...speed, agility, durability...the ability to withstand physical stress over a long period of time...balance, mental strength and even aerobic development in practice is key to a wrestlers success on the mat. Do you know "The Silent Assassin" he's one of my favorite in UFC. Actually he has a fight on April 06, 2006 @ 8pm ET/PT on Spike.

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    Default Re: The Silent Assassin

    Quote Originally Posted by cuti2be
    Wrestling requires strength (wrestling is a unilateral strength sport, which means equal emphasis on all muscle groups, flexibility (in fact an accomplished wrestler can match a gymnast in flexibility), body and eye coordination or analytic aptitude, which is the ability to react quickly to strategic situations. Wrestling also requires incredible endurance...speed, agility, durability...the ability to withstand physical stress over a long period of time...balance, mental strength and even aerobic development in practice is key to a wrestlers success on the mat.
    True. Wrestling is a great sport. Those guys definately have a good ground game. One of our former students was also an all-state champion in high school. I picked up a thing or two from him along the way.
    "It is sobering to reflect that one of the best ways to get yourself a reputation as a dangerous citizen these days is to go about repeating the very phrases which our founding fathers used in the struggle for independence." Charles A. Beard

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