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  • Informative Essay About Wrestling

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    Wrestling Something that is special to me is wrestling, wrestling is my favorite sport because I really enjoy; I like the work and effort you have to put in and how it's all on you to decide how you do. I have been wrestling since 8th grade, and it has become my favorite sport sense. I will tell you why it is special to me and how it has become my favorite sport and everything you need to know about wrestling as a sport. Wrestling during a match. You don’t need much gear to wrestle, all you need

  • Wrestling Requires Two Things : Those Who Are Fearless

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    Wrestling requires two things: those who fear and those who are fearless. Two men face off in a glorified street fight to determine whose hand will be raised and who will receive the pitiful remark-- “good match kid”. As the fearless stare down their opponent from across the mat, the fearful stare down their shoes feeling the icy, petrifying stare of a man who wishes nothing more than to embarrass his opponent in front of everyone he loves plus one hundred others filling the bleachers. From my seven

  • The Room Is Best Described With One Word : Sanctuary

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    else matters inside this room besides one thing and that is improving your skills as a wrestler. Unlike a basketball court or a football field, which are used for many different activities, the wrestling room is for work only. Isolated from the rest of the school with a set of heavy metal doors, the wrestling room contains two full sized mats that cover the floor and go halfway up the walls along with a speaker mounted up in each corner. The parts of the walls not covered in mat, are decorated with

  • I Was A Long Term Venture

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    consume you.” My shyness and anxiety got in the way from joining what I aspired to do, join wrestling. Beginning of junior year, as I was walking towards the 8100 building, I was contemplating the fact that I was going to start walking all the way across campus and go up a lot of stairs. It was a hot morning and I was late to class when in the morning announcements they announced off-season practice for wrestling. I was excited because that meant soon I would attend the wresting tournaments again. Whenever

  • How Wrestling Has Changed My Life

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    Wrestling has and always will be a big part of my life, that’s not to say I have had a pleasant nor a fair time on the wrestling mat, but I guess life’s not fair. I have always enjoyed wrestling from the first time I stepped foot on a mat in kindergarten in my singlet that was 2 sizes too big, from the last time leaving the mat as a junior in high school limping off the mat in some of the worst pain I’ve ever felt in my life. It’s been in my family for as long as I can remember. My uncle has not

  • Therapeutic Aspects Of Photodynamic Therapy

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    The therapeutic properties of light have a long history. The ancient Indians discovered, in 1,000 BCE that light therapy, in addition to psoralens, a plant compound, could cure vitiligo (Barr, H. et al., 2002). In the early 20th century, Niels Finsen’s and his wife’s treatment of lupus vulgaris with ultra-violet light notably earned them the Nobel Price (Barr, H. et al., 2002). A more modern application of light’s theraputic properties is photodynamic therapy. Photodynamic therapy destroys tumours

  • The History and Future of Wrestling

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    Wrestling is more than just a sport; it is a way of life. And for those who enjoy its opportunities, it is something that takes the mind off of all of life’s troubling times, and puts one man against another to get their hand raised. Competition makes everything evolve, and there is no other sport that epitomizes what competition truly is. Wrestling spans the entire globe, and although it incorporates several different styles and many National and World events, remains overlooked by most. The first

  • Violence in Boxing and Similar Sports

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    In 1962, Norman Cousins wrote an essay about the dangers that came with sport of boxing called “Who Killed Benny Paret?”. His essay focused on a match that resulted in the death of a boxer named Benny Paret. The Investigations on Paret's death reflected on many aspects, such as the role of the referee who did not act in time to stop the fight, the doctor's examinations if he was really fit, the opponent who did not stop when Paret did not respond to his punches, and Paret's manager and boxing authorities

  • Anger And Anger Of Anger

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    Walking into a school, workplace, or home with a scowl on your face and it moping around with your head hanging down and your eyes staring at the ground isn’t anger. Anger isn’t serene or tranquility, its an outburst of frustration. Anger is holding your breath till your face turns blue and not being able to breathe. Anger is a feeling of resentment and rage (DEFINITION). It’s a feeling of hatred towards someone or something. Anger can build and build inside of you for so long that one day you will

  • I Found Myself at Wrestling Camp Essay

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    guys. Yet that is exactly what I did this last July. No, it’s not what you’re thinking; I went to wrestling camp. Wrestling is a sport that I’ve always wanted to try, but my shyness and insecurity held me back. This year I decided that I will no longer allow other people’s opinions affect my own decisions. Joining wrestling is the first major step I’m taking to change my life. “You want to do…wrestling? As in…wrestle?” This is the initial reaction I got from Coach McGuffin when I told him I wanted