Instructional Video Tapes




Gene Mills Training Video

Reversal The Movie

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020004A-01 - Gold Medal Series: Brandon Slay: "Offensive Attack"
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020004A-04 - Gold Medal Series: Brandon Slay: "Defense"
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020004A-03 - Gold Medal Series: John Smith: "How Low Can You Go? II

DVD Format

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020004A-02 - Gold Medal Series: Kendall Cross: "Exposed"

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Session 6 Audio CD Mental Training Series (4 Disc Set)

Session 6 Audio CD Mental Training Series : Disc 1

Session 6 Audio CD Mental Training Series : Disc 2

Session 6 Audio CD Mental Training Series : Disc 3

Session 6 Audio CD Mental Training Series : Disc 4

The Championship Training Log for Wrestling

Cost: $34.95

.This 150 training day log walks you through time-tested training plans and self-assessment tools. Test yourself in the areas of mental training, technique, strength and conditioning. Study your habits in nutrition, hydration and rest. Log new technique along with strength and conditioning workouts. Scout your opponents and keep a detailed season summary of all your matches. This book does it all! Easy to use,

The Championship Training Log includes chapter guides along with a “quick-start-guide” so you can start evaluating your training right away. (624 pages, plastic wire spiral for durability and laminated card cover for moisture-resistance.)






Takedown clinic taught by Jon Trenge & Highlights music video

Veritas is a feature-length film documenting Lehigh University’s 2004-2005 wrestling team and the story of Jon Trenge, who strives to achieve his childhood dream of becoming a National Wrestling Champion for his hometown school. Jon’s freshman season is cut short when doctors discover an eye condition so serious that he is told he should never wrestle again or risk losing his eyesight permanently. Jon refuses to accept his doctor’s warning and is determined to find a way to wrestle. After undergoing five eye surgeries, he wears homemade protective goggles designed by his father and nearly achieves his goal his sophomore and junior seasons losing in the National Finals.

Jon defeats a former National Champion to earn the most wins in Lehigh’s storied wrestling history, but many of his opponents intentionally attack his protective goggles injuring and frustrating him. Jon retaliates and gets disqualified from two matches. However, Jon overcomes this setback by using it as an opportunity to learn about himself and grow as a person. He returns to competition invigorated, and the pursuit of his childhood dream ultimately helps him become the man he wants to be.