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A Workout with Kendall Cross

A Workout with 1996 Olympic Champion and Hall-of-Famer

Kendall Cross

 

WHEN:

Tuesday, April 30th

Session 1 – 5:00PM – 6:30PM [Advanced Middle School and High School-aged wrestlers]

Session 2 – 7:00PM – 8:30PM [Wrestlers in grades K-8 only]

 

WHERE:

Annex to the Field House at Germantown Academy
340 Morris Road, Ft. Washington, PA 19034

 

COST PER CHILD:

$30.00

 

To reserve your spot, please fill out the sign-up form on this page or give us a call at 610-463-0463.

Both sessions will be capped at 60 students.

[Note: Broad Axe monthly subscribers attend at no charge but still need to register.]

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"My son has been working with Sam for the past 8 months, participating in both private sessions and club practices on a weekly basis. As a physical education teacher with coaching experience for over 20 years, I am highly impressed with Sam’s coaching skills as he has certainly exceeded my expectations in the qualities that I look for in a great coach. I notice a tremendous improvement in my son's skill set and skyrocketing self-confidence in his own wrestling skills. My son has developed from a timid young wrestler to a confident athlete that is apparent in all areas of his life, not just on the mat."
"I have been a youth wrestling coach for the past 8 years and also wrestled myself. My son started going to club practice and getting private lessons from some over a year ago. The improvement in my sons wrestling in that time has blown me away. The attention to detail and next level technique sam has exposed him to I believe will take him far in the sport. Most important is the passion and love for the sport Sam translates to my son."
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