The Wrestling Club Strength and Conditioning Program is an elite and exclusive Strength Program designed for a team of Wrestlers in Colorado Springs, Colorado who are preparing for the Olympic Games in Tokyo. This team invites you to join the strength program along side us as we prepare to make the Olympic Team.
The Head Strength and Conditioning Coach is Morgan Flaharty. a 2X All American Greco-Roman Wrestler, Div 1 Wrestler, Rugby National Champion, and multiple International Tournament place winner.
The Head Resident Wrestling coach is World Champion and 3x Olympian Mohamed Abdelfatah, along side Matt Lindland who is a world and Olympic Silver Medalist. The Strength and Conditioning Coach is Morgan Flaharty; an all American Wrestler, NSCA Certified CSCS, and RSCC Coach.
The goal of this program is to build championship wrestlers while building a national wrestling club of athletes, who are all in contention for the Olympic Team.
By Joining this program, you are training along side- and supporting this club.
Periodized around the world championship calendar, join Team USA athletes, Grapplers and Wrestlers from across the country as we train to reach the ultimate fitness of our sports.
About Coach Morgan:
Morgan Is graduate and Div 1 athlete from the University of California, Davis, where he studied Exercise Physiology. He Wrestled for the Aggies as well as played Rugby. The Rugby 7s team won a national Championship in 2013.
While in Colorado, Morgan became the Strength and Conditioning Coach of the Team USA Greco Roman Wrestling team at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colorado from 2016-2019.
Currently, Morgan is a full time wrestler on the United States Greco Team where he is an All-American, international place winner and current Olympic Hopeful. He trains and Lives in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
5x National Champ. 3x World Team Member.Verified Athlete
Cadet World Champ, Team USA - World TeamVerified Athlete
2016 Olympian, 5th in World, PanAm ChampVerified Athlete
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