The social benefits of wrestling
People don’t always realize how vital teamwork is in wrestling due to the individual components. In reality, wrestlers rely on their teammates for practice, because, unlike other sports, you depend on other people to improve their technique. With basketball and football players, all they need to practice is a ball and a net. This sense of teamwork leads you to develop a sense of dependability and trust for others. Being a part of a team also teaches kids how to cheer one another during practice and tournaments. Understanding how meaningful a little praise and encouragement can be to a person when they are down is a huge lesson to learn at a young age. As an adult, being able to lift up someone’s spirits, whether it be a spouse or friend, is an extremely desirable skill.