'Youth Wrestling 101' is the ultimate guide for anyone looking to create or improve a youth wrestling program in their community. With step-by-step advice and practical strategies, this comprehensive resource covers everything from defining your vision and mission to building a winning team.

Whether you're starting from scratch or revamping an existing program, 'Youth Wrestling 101' has everything you need to build a successful and sustainable program. You'll learn how to set goals, develop a curriculum, plan practices, build a positive team culture, and much more. With insights from experienced coaches and practical tips for every budget, this book is an essential resource for coaches, parents, and community leaders.

'Youth Wrestling 101' is the result of years of research and experience, distilled into an easy-to-read guide that will help you build a program that meets the needs of your community. With this book, you'll be able to create a program that not only teaches kids how to wrestle, but also instills important values like teamwork, discipline, and sportsmanship.

Whether you're a seasoned coach or a newcomer to the world of youth wrestling, 'Youth Wrestling 101' is the ultimate resource for building the program your community needs. With this book in hand, you'll be able to create a program that not only develops great wrestlers, but also helps young people grow into confident, successful adults.

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Youth Wrestling 101

"This is a must have for starter programs and an asset to help current programs tackle ongoing hurdles."

  • Joe Croce, Woodstock Jr. Wolverines Wrestling

"Youth Wrestling 101 should be required reading for anyone looking to start a wrestling club in their area. Whether you are a new or experienced coach or just looking to help out with some administration there are a ton of moving parts that go into creating a successful organization over and above just 'running practices'. Tre does an amazing job of breaking those areas down in simple terms, with easy-to-follow steps and instructions."

  • Pete Jacobson, Edgemont High School

"This is my 8th year as a collegiate wrestling coach, and I can say I really liked this book. It starts with basic instructions on how to properly manage and coach a club wrestling program. Tre does a phenomenal job explaining different problems that coaches deal with while running a kid’s wrestling program. This is an asset. Every youth club coach should have this book as a reference on how to run a club the right way!"

  • Omi Acosta, Life University

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Meet the Author

Tre Horton

Born in Fairfield, California, and raised across the states of Pennsylvania and Georgia, Tre Horton is a distinguished engineer and passionate wrestling coach. Even as a child, Tre displayed an innate love for poetry and writing, fueling a determination to share his enthusiasm with others.

Following the completion of his college athletics career, Tre embarked on a journey in the Information Technology sector while volunteering as a wrestling coach in his local community. His adeptness in combining technology and wrestling quickly earned him admiration, as he effortlessly imparted these skills to young learners. Tre's talents eventually led him to Georgia Tech, where he further expanded his diverse skill set and thrived in his field.

Throughout his career, Tre has garnered recognition for his exceptional coaching skills, amassing numerous certifications within his industry. As a respected Academic and Research Support Engineer, he has also penned several wrestling books, sharing his expertise with a wider audience.

Today, Tre calls Atlanta, Georgia, his home, where he continues to inspire and make a lasting impact within his community. His unwavering dedication to his profession and his commitment to uplifting the lives of young athletes is a testament to his remarkable character.