Starter_KitWorld champion Dennis Hall and host Jason Bryant go at it by themselves on Episode 35 of the World Wrestling Resource Podcast. This episode talks about the foundations of the World Wrestling Resource and the relationship shared between Hall, Terry Brands and Jon McGovern.

Hall will then go into the topics relevant to youth wrestling with athlete investment and retention. Part of that debate centers around the singlet and should other alternatives be considered as well as the youth tournament format. Hall has an interesting position on the scheduling of youth tournaments as well.

We also talk about the fitness level of younger athletes as well as bringing in new officials to the sport and the impact they have on wrestlers.

The World Wrestling Resource has a slew of resources for wrestlers and coaches from all levels and information about the products can be found at www.worldwrestlingresource.com.

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