Wrestling Camps

Wrestling is all about experience! We can take the most athletic kid and put him up against a less athletic but more skilled and experienced Wrestler and the results rarely change. The experienced wrestler always comes out on top. While the Jr. Wolverine program works on building skills, we are only able to practice when the schools are open. With that said, we have close relationships with all the Local Wrestling Training centers. Those centers host camps during holiday breaks, the Olympic Style Seasons, and over the summer. I would highly recommend having your wrestler try some of these camps throughout the year. Also, it would be great accessory work for your wrestler!

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Level Up Summer Camps

For those who have never wrestled the Olympic styles of wrestling, there are lots of similarities and most people say it's more fun than folkstyle. If you want to learn more, here are a couple videos:

Summer Camps

Mark your calendars now or register early to secure a spot at www.levelupwrestling.com/camps

 

  • Feb 21-23- Feb Break State Prep Camp (Register)

  • June 13 - 15th: Basic Skills Camp - For youth wrestlers ages 6-12 with 0-3 years of experience.

  • June 27 - 29th: Jumping Levels Camp - This was a big success last year. More than technique, we will help wrestlers create a personal plan for achieving individual goals. For wrestlers ages 9-18 with at least 1 year of experience (ages 9-12 need 2 years and be serious about improving).

  • Elite Camps (College prospect, Fargo, World Team Trials camps) dates are TBD

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Jr. Wolverine Spring Camp

The Woodstock Wrestling Program is running a spring camp on Tuesdays from 6 to 7pm in March, April, and May. The remainder of the school year. Contact Coach Joe for details. Open to youth and high school wrestlers. 

Woodstock Wrestling Spring Camp Notification 2022

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