Ponce Trained Wrestling & The MN TOUGH Summer Camps
Featuring PT3 System Coaches & World Class Instruction
$79 Monthly memberships, Small Groups & Private Training, All Grade School Ages! JOIN NOW online!!
Sunday+Monday+Wednesday, Train ALL You Want! | September through May!
Low Coach to Wrestler Ratio! PT3 Wrestling System!! World-Class Coaching!!!
Pursuit Training Center | Blaine, MNJROB Wrestling Camps
Intensive, Competition, and Technique Wrestling Camps in Wisconsin and Iowa
Since 1978, the original and #1 Intensive Wrestling Camps in America. Also offering Competition Camps and Technique Camps.
River Falls, Wisconsin and Forest City, IowaMinnesota Elite
High School and Youth Training
Be A Hammer, Not A Nail
Apple Valley and other locationsNo Nonsense Wrestling
Wrestling School, Private and Small Group Lessons, Traveling Clinics/Practices
Coaches: Jake Saatzer, Andy Hackenmueller, Troy Peterson, Darin Bertram, Josten Coleman, Sam Bennyhoff, Tucker Sjomeling, Jackson Sweeney, Garrett Vos
Watertown, MNValhalla Combat Sports
Featuring Mixed Martial Arts, Self Defense, Combat Sports, Heart, Mind & Spirit
WRESTLING – Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays
Fridley, Minn.PINnacle Wrestling School
Paulson and Lawrence training you
Roseville, MNSummit Wrestling Academy
Come train at the South Metro’s newest, largest wrestling facility. State-of-the-art space for the truly committed athlete. Intense practices, camps and clinics led by 2x MN Coach of the Year, Tyler Faust. Many special sessions featuring U of M Gophers.
Facility open year-round in Northfield, MNWrestling Practice at Takedown Gym
Advanced (5th-12th) – Sundays, Mondays, Thursdays
Beginner (K-4th) – Wednesdays
Takedown Gym – Brainerd, MNHigh Altitude Wrestling Camps
Pre-Season Camps, Winter Break Camps, In-Season Camps, Summer Camps at Wesley Woods Camp & Retreat Center!
Training sites across IowaThorn Wrestling Camps
Featuring David, Mike and Tommy Thorn
Collective winners of 11 individual state titles
Odin, MNNorthern State Wrestling Camps
Recent Clinicians: Troy Steiner, Mark Schwab, Mark Perry, Myles Martin, Mike Krause, Patrick McKee, Rocky Burkett, J.R. Lewis
Northern State University, Aberdeen, SDUniversity of Minnesota
Featuring Brandon Egggum, Luke Becker, Trevor Brandvold, Zach Sanders, Dustin Schlatter, Tony Nelson, Jayson Ness, Dylan Ness
Youth Commuter Camp | Team Competition Camp | Takedowns & Turns Camp | Elite Training Camp | “The Future” Camp | “Big Man” Camp | Freestyle Training Camp | June dates
U of MN Bierman Athletic BuildingJJ Trained Wrestling School
Coached by Jeff Wichern, Brett Pfarr, TJ Friederichs, Billy Pierce, Chris Pfarr, Matt Mincey, Jesse Martin
We’re a Family, not a Factory! PK-12 private & group classes that provide all-inclusive training sessions that welcomes all skill levels. Affordable pricing. Tournament Coaches. Sessions (up to 5 days/ week): Sept/Oct-Preseason Folkstyle, Nov-Mar-Folkstyle, Apr/May-Greco/Freestlyle, Jun-Aug-Folkstyle, Power, Strength & Agility Training.
Eden Prairie High School
Wrestling has been a significant part of Taylor Venz’s life since he was a young kid, starting when he was first exposed to the sport early on in life. Since then, Venz’s love for wrestling has only increased year by year and led him to where he is today—a standout athlete on the University of Nebraska Cornhuskers’ wrestling team. This past season, Venz was named an All-American, qualified for the NCAA Championships where he took fourth at 184 pounds and was named the Huskers’ Most Valuable Wrestler.
“I started when I was in kindergarten and I loved it,” he said. “Ever since it’s been my favorite sport. I played other sports but wrestling was my favorite and by the time I got to high school it was the only sport I played.”
Today, athletes face intense pressure to specialize in one sport in order to improve and potentially earn a collegiate scholarship, while at the same time being told that they have to play multiple sports. For Venz, who dabbled in different sports up until high school, it was all about his love for wrestling.
“In middle school I did track, but I would have to miss it for freestyle and Greco-Roman wrestling, so I chose wrestling over the other sports if they were at the same time,” he said. “It was an easy choice, too. I know other sports are good for you, but for me I would rather wrestle than do anything else so it was an easy choice for me.” Continue reading at www.farmingtonindependent.com