Welcome to Wrestler-Power.com

Welcome to Wrestler-Power.com

Your Home For The Best Strength And Conditioning Programs For Wrestling

A picture of Dickie White sitting between 2 other guys after doing some Jiu-Jitsu at Ironworks Gym in Binghamton, NY.

Hi, I’m Dickie White (the goofy guy in the middle).

When I’m not posing for photos with killer Jiu-Jitsu guys all in an effort to make myself look like a bad ass, I work with wrestlers on getting them stronger and more explosive.

In fact, I’ve been doing this for over 10 years now.

Over the years I’ve had a chance to work with some pretty good wrestlers.

You may recognize one- Kyle Dake. Apparently he’s famous or something.

Anyway, to see what Kyle and the other national and state champs I’ve worked with have said about me, check out my Success Stories page.

If you’re new to this site, may I make a suggestion?

Because I have so many posts, I always like to suggest a few to start. That way you can get a better idea of my philosophy to see if you think my style of training may be able to help you.

Here are, in no particular order, some of my best posts:

Two Proven Ways To Shoot Faster– This is probably my best post. In it I detail the findings of more than a year of research that I conducted at my gym. If you’re looking to take faster, more explosive shots, then you must read this post.

Lifting Program For Wrestlers– This post details the top lower body exercises that are a must in any performance program for wrestling.

The Most Difficult Program I’ve Ever Designed– This post details the process I went through in designing a program for Kyle Dake before the World Team Trials.

12 Week Training Program For Wrestlers– This post has a free introductory 12 week program available for download as well as an explanation behind everything.

Wrestling Workout Routine– This post details the thought and design process I suggest taking when putting together a plan.

Core Exercises For Wrestlers– This post details the top core exercises wrestlers should have as part of their strength and conditioning program.

Finally, if you’re interested in a different topic, use the search function or visit my Popular Topics page.

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