Prospective students begin with a try-out session in order to properly guage their skill level upon entering the Center. The XWC offers a series of classes each week in a safe and controlled environment. These classes include beginner and advanced training sessions, as well as time devoted to character development and interview work.
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The classes begin by focusing on navigating the ring properly and safely, as well as taking bumps (falling), holds, takedowns, and basic chain grappling. Trainees will also learn the pacing and general flow of a match, from the first lock up to the final three count. Knowing when to use a move is just as important as what move to use, and our beginner classes focus on developing both the mind and body of a wrestler.
At least one day each week will be devoted to building your in-ring persona. Trainees will work on cutting interview segments in front of a camera, live microphone work, and thinking like the character they'll become. Trainees will break down the move sets they are learning and how to incorporate those moves into their character.
Once a week, head trainer David Cattin will host a training session geared more towards those actively competing in the professional wrestling circuits. This class will focus much more on conditioning, spot calling, match direction, and the "Ring General" mentality. Each week, we'll have a specific goal we will be building towards, with the end result being a better and smarter worker. This is the weekly workout session, designed to keep today's workers in shape and in top form so they can work their best each weekend.
Once a week, the XWC will host a practice dedicated to match officials and referees. This class will focus primarily on learning the fundamental rules of professional wrestling, positioning, selling the match, and insuring the workers safety. Our referee trainees will work with dedicated trainer and wrestler Jude Vice, as well as being immersed into wrestling training sessions so they can learn to move and work together right along with the wrestling trainees as their skills develop. Our referee students will be dynamic, crucial players on the pro wrestling stage, and will learn the skills needed to command the authority of the ring.
There are many paths on the road to success, but not everyone will make a warrior of you. The XWC was founded to help each student start their first steps on that transformation. If you're ready to learn to wrestle, and willing to mold yourself, we are here to make warriors.
The Xtreme Wrestling Center has been put together with the trainee in mind as the focal point. Class schedules are in place with the full-time workforce in mind, and the facility will always have someone on staff if trainees are looking for a little extra gym time. We provide an inviting atmosphere with a dedication to putting in the work needed. With the Center being the primary training facility for KC Xtreme Wrestling, new trainees will be surrounded by workers of all skill levels and abilities, all of whom have a desire to see each trainee flourish into a wrestling force. If you're serious about your training, we're committed to making you the best you can be.
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