Let’s face it.
Wrestling is one sport that most people enjoy watching, but also one sport that most people dread playing. For them, this sport will only cause nothing but pain for the player and nothing but agony for the player who loses a match.
But you know what?
Wrestling doesn’t have to cause nothing but pain for the player. Wrestling also doesn’t have to cause nothing but agony for the player who loses a match.
You see, wrestling is considered a sport for a reason.
Because just like any sports out there, wrestling is all about:
Defense, Specifically On The Ground
Have you ever noticed? Unlike martial arts like Jujitsu and Muay Thai, where players are known to have thin but conditioned bodies, wrestling is the kind of sport where players are known to have bulky yet conditioned bodies – such as for those who play sumo wrestling, as well as for those who play entertainment wrestling.
Regardless of their sizes however, they are still pretty much healthier than most people in the world. And that’s because wrestling is done for players to improve their ground defense, as well as their body’s strength and flexibility, by making sure that their bodies are bulked up enough and cannot be easily knocked down – just like when you keep yourself fit, even.
Indeed, wrestling is enjoyable to watch. And indeed, wrestling is enjoyable to play. If you train hard so you can be bulked up enough and work hard so you cannot be easily knocked down, you should also be fine in your career as a wrestler – just like someone keeping himself fit, even.
What do you think about keeping yourself fit by wrestling?
Is it a yay or a nay? Why or why not?
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