You may or may not be looking for a college wrestling
scholarship... I don't know.
But even if you're not, you might know someone who is.
Today I'm going to deviate a little bit and give you 3
incredible tips you can use when looking for a wrestling
scholarship to college...
How do I know?
Because I had the opportunity to interview one of the
nation's most knowledgeable guys on the subject of getting
scholarships... and I picked his brain for an hour, getting
a ton of great tips and strategies to wrestle at the college
of your dreams!
Tip #1 - Don't Send a Highlight Video
A lot of guys who want to wrestle in college send highlight
videos of themselves to every school they are interested in.
These videos showcase their best wins, pins, takedowns,
escapes, reversals etc...
But there's a problem... They never show you lose, or how
you take a loss, or what you do when you're struggling.
Coaches know that 'most' guys, no matter how good they are,
will lose matches here and there... even the guys looking
Guess what? Coaches want to see that! They want to get
to know you... not some highlight film that everyone sends.
Tip #2 - The ONLY Word That MUST Be On Your Video
There's a word that will help you get your wrestling
videos looked at by college coaches...
This word makes the difference between you getting a shot
at getting looked at and your video getting put in some dusty
closet, or worse... the garbage can!
That word is 'unedited'!
It's really refreshing for a coach to see that you didn't
use some Hollywood production company to show who you want
them to see... not the real you.
When you put the word 'unedited' on the envelope you instill
a sense of comfort, and curiosity to the addressee.
It's simply human nature... It's one of those 'buzz' words
that people are interested in.
Let's face it, trying to get a wrestling scholarship is a
business for schools and a job for you... do it right!
Tip #3 - Always Use a Big Envelope
If you want to make sure you get your video and letters
opened, you have to stand out.
If you send a letter in a business envelope, typed nicely,
with intentions of impressing the coaches with your
professionalism, you're screwed!
You're more likely to get coaches to open your mail if
you send it in a bigger manilla envelope.
This always gets people more curious...
Oh yeah, people love bulky things too... So if you aren't
sending your dvd or video, try attaching your school's
wrestling pin on the top of the letter. This will make your
envelope more bulky... and much more likely to be opened!!
I just wanted to pass these tips to you... stay tuned for
mental conditioning tips next week!
PS. If you would like a step-by-step blue-print on exactly
how to get a wrestling scholarship, check out my detailed interview with one of the nations leading scholarship specialists. This interview will teach you everything you need to get a wrestling scholarship.... and can only be found on the Wrestling Performance website.