- No 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.Summit 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, MNHigh Altitude Wrestling Camps
Pre-Season Camps, Winter Break Camps, In-Season Camps, Summer Camps at Wesley Woods Camp & Retreat Center!
Training sites across IowaPonce 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, MNMinnesota Elite
High School and Youth Training
Be A Hammer, Not A Nail
Apple Valley and other locationsWrestling Practice at Takedown Gym
Advanced (5th-12th) – Sundays, Mondays, Thursdays
Beginner (K-4th) – Wednesdays
Takedown Gym – Brainerd, MNThorn Wrestling Camps
Featuring David, Mike and Tommy Thorn
Collective winners of 11 individual state titles
Odin, MNJJ 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 School2019 Northern State Wrestling Camps
Featuring Troy Steiner, Mark Schwab, Mark Perry, Myles Martin, Mike Krause, Patrick McKee, Rocky Burkett, J.R. Lewis
Youth Camp June 10th-13th
Team Camp June 17th-20th
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 BuildingPINnacle Wrestling School
Paulson and Lawrence training you
By Brian Jerzak One thing I have learned while covering both wrestling and football – coaches in both sports feel the two disciplines complement each other in ways that improve the athlete in both sports. Wrestling coaches routinely look to…
By Brian Jerzak There never has been much doubt in the mind of St. Michael-Albertville wrestler Mitchell McKee. He had a pretty good idea what he wanted to do at a young age. Most kids have an idea of what…
By Brian Jerzak Former Minnesota Gophers’ wrestler and assistant coach Joe Russell has seen the extreme highs and lows that wrestling and life have to offer. His wrestling life has been a series of dreams and realities. Although personally not…
By Brian Jerzak As a young kid he didn’t even want to wrestle. Now he is preparing for his senior season and a run at a third straight state championship. Sibley East 195 pounder, Nathan Rose, went from nervous about…
By Brian Jerzak Two years ago I had a few conversations with The Guillotine brass about doing this story. I am not ashamed to admit it, but I chickened out. Even as I am writing this I don’t know if…
J Robinson Intensive Wrestling Camps
By Brian Jerzak
The temperature was over ninety degrees in late July. Wrestlers from around the country were engaged in one-on-one live wrestling. Not more than ten minutes passed and everyone on the mat was drenched in sweat, but they pressed on. At 15 minutes the whistle blew, the action stopped and each wrestler found his individually labeled water bottle for a two minute water break. After the two minute break the whistle blew again and the paired off wrestlers began again, this time for ten minutes. The intensity of the wrestling didn’t slow down as time went on. None of the wrestlers wanted to be responsible for making the group do 50 yard bear crawls or push-ups because he was not pulling his weight. Ten physically draining minutes pass and the whistle blows again. Two minutes of water and rest before the next whistle. Five minutes, break, five minutes, break, ten minutes, break, and finally one more grueling 15 minute live wrestling session.