?An Extraordinary Wrestling Event?
In the Seed?
Techniques, Strategies, Philosophy and Inspiration
Date: January 31st 4:00 ? 7: 00 PM
Broadcast: Live and International
Via: Live Sports Video http://www.fyiguru.com/live/
Clinician: Chris Lembeck ? Credentials read below.
Facility: Cornell College ? Beautiful and Historic Mt Vernon, IA.
Host Coach: Mike Duroe ? Cornell Head Coach & Olympic Team Staff 1996, 2002, 2008
Goal: 300,000 viewers globally
General: From the comfort and convenience of your home, come grab your place on the mat as the world?s oldest and greatest sport makes History.
The Philosophy: In order for wrestling to break into collective consciousness of American people, we must Unite and Become One ? just like any team. And we must collectively do something unique, extraordinary, and unprecedented. The aim of this Clinic is to serve that purpose.
The Clinic? is a unique series of perhaps the most potent and powerful wrestling information, techniques, philosophy, motivation, attitudes, and strategies ever assembled.
This extraordinarily productive chain of wrestling events is specifically designed to quickly catapult each and every wrestler, coach, parent and fan to incredibly higher wrestling ground in all areas including but not limited to, performance, knowledge, appreciation, enjoyment and success.
Moreover the receiver?s new found, deep understanding and ?in the seed? perspective will enable participants to return to their personal wrestling posts and make indelible impacts and positive contributions that will subsequently, dramatically, and collectively improve our entire sport.
The Guru?s definite major purpose of ?The Clinic? is to provide the global wrestling community the most valuable, convenient, beneficial, entertaining, creative and affordable wrestling information on the planet and become the ?go-to? source for everything wrestling.
Thanks to the World Wide Web, and Live Sports Video of Syracuse, New York, it is our intention to have ?The Clinic? based on an extraordinary number of wrestling enthusiasts all in one place, at one time, for one common purpose, be the first non-Olympic wrestling event heard around the world.
It?s not Folk-Style, Greco-Roman, or even Free-Style, it?s?
As a result of 37 years of championship experience and a unique seven-year journey of dedicated and focused research as a student of the sport, the Wrestling Guru invented his own unique, original and supreme Style of wrestling called G-Style Wrestling.
Crediting experience with the sport of wrestling as the sole source which instilled the discipline, desire and determination necessary for such an endeavor, the Guru dismantled the entire sport of wrestling to its barest bones, gleaned the best information from the best of the best coaches and competitors, and painstakingly built a Style that is truly beyond compare.
Wrestling is a grand sport with unprecedented history and prominence. Thereto, the Guru paid homage to that great tradition and honor, and yet added something totally new, invigorating and fresh; something that makes wrestling more intriguing, stimulating, and compelling for all involved.
?Somewhat ironically, but by way of history, we?ve modernized the sport of wrestling; in other words, by looking into wrestling?s past, we seem to have created its future?.
According to the Guru, the bulk of the future of wrestling is all in the athlete?s mind. The adage that ?wrestling is 90% mental? seems to be true and is widely accepted as fact by most all the wrestling community.
We believe the future of wrestling focuses on better capitalizing on this truth and taking proper advantage of the mental strategies and techniques that are out there and known to work wonders.
?As a result of systematic study over the last seven years and personal experimentation, I?ve come to the conclusion that the fastest, surest and easiest way to help a wrestler become a serious contender is by tapping into the untapped portion of his/her mind?.
The future of wrestling is less about double legs, and more about ?visualization?; less about arm-drags and more about ?being in the now?; less about short-sits, and more about being properly ?centered?.
?I believe there?s more to these semi-mysterious techniques than most of us would have imagined. There?s oceans of literature out there showing and telling how to get more out of ourselves and others, and I see no reason why our wrestlers shouldn?t benefit from this highly valuable knowledge that?s becoming more main-streamed each and every day?.
To be sure, in Guru?s way of thinking, the future of wrestling is about engaging the athlete?s mind. Due to several factors, one of which is the dominating prevalence of video gaming and its inherent stimulating visuals, creative graphics and intriguing story-lines, the way to the athlete?s attention is by making the necessary wrestling connections via imagination, creativity and originality.
?We must speak their language; a little creativity and imagination when coaching seems to go a very long way in attracting and holding kids? attention - I think we as coaches need to adapt to the changes that have taken place since we were kids and in my opinion, speaking the wrestler?s language is the perfect place to start.?
Language and Communication
?We coaches should all be mindful of the fact that research beyond debate tells us that when learning any new skill, concept or idea ? be it a new wrestling move, mathematical formula, business policy or otherwise?gaining the person?s ?attention? is paramount?.
All learning begins with gaining, earning and holding the ?attention? of those you?re trying to teach.
Given this valuable fact, the Guru has kindly developed a clear, concise and creative style of communication that effectively captures and keeps his athletes? attention allowing the proper focus to receive maximum gain and optimized results.
Truth is, not many coaches are able to invest the time, thought and energy required to create their own form of communication in order to help their athletes reach the top, but that?s precisely what the Guru did and it?s paying outrageous dividends.
Osmosis Communication makes learning nearly effortless and is the Guru?s secret ingredient.
Seems to be, communication is the driving force behind every endeavor, project and task, bar none. Most coaches would agree the hardest part of any coaching endeavor is moving the information, attitude and experience from the mind of the coach to the mind of the athlete.
?Osmosis Communication takes the most difficult part of the coaching process, i.e. the transferring of knowledge from coach to athlete, and makes it simple ? and to kids, coaches, and parents?perhaps nothing is more welcomed or valuable?.
As a result, the information, techniques, and ideas given throughout effortlessly permeate the listener?s gray-matter and become permanent fixtures in their long-term memories allowing for easy listening, application, and recall. For many, Osmosis Communication is the difference that makes the difference.
In all areas of wrestling, and everything else for that matter, Guru seems to favors both simplicity and effortless advancement.
?I understand and respect the value of hard work, but sometimes, it?s all about working smarter, not harder. Often times, the status-quo may not be the best way to go, and every now and again it?s wise to think outside the box and find a better way to do things?.
Yet another, case and point?
In conjunction and harmony with G-Style Wrestling and Osmosis Communication, the Wrestling Guru also invented his own system of Techniques called ?Super-Techniques?.
This original, extraordinary and unprecedented System is incredibly easier to learn, shockingly more effective and exceedingly more fun to practice, perform and especially watch.
?Because Super-Techniques are better on all fronts, including easier to coach, more fun to practice, and particularly because they?re positively more effective, I believe they?ll become the new standard in the vast majority of wrestling rooms across the country?.
Because of the unique structure, clear communication, ease of comprehension, and the stickiness factor, the techniques demonstrated in each Clinic are designed to instill no less than three years advancement in each Guru session.
Seeds of Wisdom
Additionally and simultaneously, the Wrestling Guru ingeniously plants several remarkably beneficial seeds of wrestling wisdom that will continue to grow, teach and bear fruit throughout the wrestlers? career.
Guru had this to say about his ?In the seed? Super-Techniques?
?Even though each wrestler will benefit instantly, the bulk of the information remains in the seed. The Super-Techniques are actually ahead of the wrestler ? as the athlete matures, he or she will actually catch up with the information. It?s a real case of: ?when the student is ready, the teacher will arrive? - but in this instance, it?s even more mysterious because remarkably enough, the information?s already in place ? I personally find that exceptionally attractive?.
Amazingly enough, Guru?s seeds of wisdom are planted throughout ?The Clinic? in all areas including the technical, physical and mental areas and leave our participants totally poised for wrestling dominance at any and all levels including youth, middle school, high school, college and even Olympics.
Although Chris is the Wrestling Guru in this Clinic, the Guru in reality is not any one person. In truth, the Guru is the culmination of 99 of the best wrestlers and coaches throughout the history of time and a memorable compilation of 37 years in the sport of wrestling, ending with seven years of dedicated research, study and focused work.
Throughout his career, the Guru?s had the honor and pleasure of competing live or in training sessions with some of the best wrestlers and coaches in the world including but not limited to:
John Smith, Kenny Monday, Dave Schultz, Kevin Jackson, Rob Koll, Cael Sanderson, Jim Zalesky, Lincoln Mcllravy, Joe Williams, Royce Alger, Marty Kistler, Dan St. John, Joe Panteleo, Joe Melchoire, The Morgans, Chris Short, Mark Branch, Mike Sheets, Steve Knight, Troy Steiner, Jim and Jeff Jordan, Cory Baze, Stewart Carter, Joe Williams, Melvin Douglas, Ken Chertow, Brian Dolph, Matt Demeray, Johnny Johnson, etc., etc., etc.
In addition to personally wrestling and studying the entire list of stand-out Champions above, the Guru?s either been personally coached by, or has meticulously studied by way of Wrestling Camps, DVD?s, YouTube, Flo Wrestling, Wrestling Websites, Books etc., etc., the following Masters of Wrestling but not limited to:
Dan Gable, Tom and Terry Brands, J Robinson, Kendall Cross, Zeke Jones, Barry Davis, Jim Heffernan, Roy Hall, Dan Chandler, Matt Fury, Cary Kolat, TJ Jaworsky, Ben Askren, The Martins?, Purlers?, Jim Miller, Jeff Buxton, Joe McFarland, Stephan Abas, Carl Adams, Ray Brinzer, Bouvaisa Saitiev, Arsen Fadzaev, Bobby Douglas, etc., etc., etc .
As a result of this lifetime of Championship experience and with these Gods of Wrestling, and the aforementioned seven year journey toward wrestling enlightenment, the Guru knows what they know?and now you can too.
Step inside the collective mind of all the greatest, and in one day walk out knowing how to think, feel and act like a true Wrestling Guru. On January 31st, learn to see and understand wrestling in the seed.
Come, sit, and secure your spot and from the comfort of your own home take part in this historic and extraordinary wrestling event. Hope to see you there?hope to see you at?
Coach ? 2X I.H.S.A.A. Team State Champions, Five I.H.S.A.A. Individual State Champions, 17 I.H.S.A.A. State Place-winners, 2007 Iowa A.A.U. Team State Champions, Multiple Individual AAU, USA, Grade-School Youth Tournament State Champions, Place-winners, and Iowa National Team Dual Coach.
Competitor: World Silver Medalist, Multi-Time Free-Style and Greco-Roman National Champion, 2X Undefeated High School State Champion, Minnesota?s Outstanding Wrestler, Hall of Fame Inductee, Free-Style and Greco-Roman Junior Olympics Champion and NCAA Team Captain and All-American.
Contributor: Currently operating Optimized Wrestling Systems as featured on Takedown Media (takedownradio.com) and ?On the Mat? with Dan Gable Wrestling Museum Director Kent Sesker, and creator and chief clinician of ?The Clinic? in conjunction with Live Sports Video, Syracuse, New York.
Professional: Aside from Wrestling endeavors, Chris is a Freelance Writer with 12 published articles including "Amateur Wrestling News" and the Des Moines Register. Although he has an obvious deep love for wrestling, his writings generally pertain to life and teaching youth and adults how to "find their inspiration". He attained a Masters of Arts Degree while serving as Assistant Coach at Missouri State University (1989-1991) and earned his Bachelors Degree at the University of Northern Iowa (1984 - 1989) Chris gratuated from Kennedy High School in Bloomington, MN.
Personal: Chris now resides in Cedar Rapids, IA. where he lives with his four children, Maegen, Ross, Clint and Macy.