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Why You Should Encourage Your Kid to Give Wrestling A Try

Have you considered signing your kid up for wrestling, but are unsure? 
Parents, can I just take a minute to convince you to have your kids give it a try?
Before I begin, let me just say that I do not wish to insinuate that every kid should wrestle.  There are plenty of ways to learn and grow as a person besides this sport.  Each child is unique, and will learn in unique ways about how to live life.  For some, music may be the discipline that carries them into responsibility.  For others, basketball.  For still others, math.  But our job as parents is to figure out what will help our children learn the valuable life lessons they need before we send them out the door as adults. That means encouraging them to try things so they can find a passion.  To find a fit.  So, more than anything, I encourage you to find that thing.  And maybe you’ll find out that wrestling is it. But there’s only one way to find out.  Try it. And here’s why:
Nope, I am not a wrestler. Nor have I ever been.  Truthfully athletics were never my thing.  I get a standing ovation from my family on the rare occasion that I catch something that’s thrown to me.  I find my passion in writing, music, and books.  In studying religion and history and everything that goes with that. But as the girlfriend of a wrestler, a manager who had to breathe in that sweaty disgusting wrestling room smell every day at practice and keep score for each and every match, the wife of that same wrestler who is now a coach, and the mom of an 11 year old son who's been obsessed with the sport since he could talk, I want to encourage parents to sign their young men (or women!) up for wrestling this year. And here's why.
Wrestling sucks.
It’s not fun. I hear my husband say this all the time.  You get pushed to the max physically and mentally.  If they created a fitness program called, “Wrestling Practice” and a hundred people signed up I would be willing to bet that 95 of them would go running back to their CrossFit gym because it’s easier.   So. Much. Sweat.  So much.  So much that it actually creates humidity in the room.  Yep.
Have I convinced you yet?

OH, I forgot. Although the wrestler’s match outcome does affect the team’s overall score, wrestling is an individual sport.  It’s all on you. If you get a penalty, it’s because you locked your hands. Nobody else can be blamed. You walk out on that mat by yourself in front of a whole crowd of people to face an opponent alone.  Nobody is going to help. Nobody else is going to make the move. If you’re a bad sport, the whole crowd sees it.  If you’re unfair, everybody knows. Coach knows.  Have fun with that discussion afterwards.
No pressure, right?
Don’t forget you have to make weight.  In wrestling you wrestle in a weight class.  Before each meet or tournament you have to weigh in.  If you’re over, at all, you can’t wrestle.  Period. End of discussion.  So you have to learn to get to weight and maintain it.  Which means you have to cut out the crap food.  And you have to eat portions.  The good news is there are strict standards that coaches must follow to make sure athletes aren’t doing this dangerously, but it still isn’t exactly, “fun”.  They will have to be disciplined.
And as a parent, it won’t be all sugar and roses either (I don’t know if that’s a thing people say. But it is now.) Watching your son lose a wrestling match is pretty much as difficult as watching a lion pick off a baby gazelle on the discovery channel.  Every single fiber of your mommyness will want to run out on the mat and save your baby.  There will be bloody noses, bruises, and pulled muscles.  It isn’t pretty.

So why on EARTH would you sign your kid up for Wrestling?
Because every single moment of it is worth it.  
All that work builds a mental toughness that you can't beat. I see that applied every day. My husband doesn't quit. Still. When life gets tough he stays focused. He is patient because he knows to wait for the right moment to make his move. He is steady. He doesn't give up. If it gets tougher he works harder. He saves his energy for the last round. He's committed. He is fair. He works hard to earn his share and he will put his heart and hands to work at any moment for a friend. He knows that if he wants to succeed, he has to work for it, and nobody else can do it for him.
From the mom perspective I see it too.  It's not easy to watch my son losing a match. His eyes are searching for a way out. Every single part of my heart is crying out at me to intervene and stop it. But deep in my heart I know that those moments are teaching him to think. To fight. To do everything he can to keep his back off the mat. Nobody can help him. It's all up to him. So he fights. Or he gives up. Or he's just plain beat. But no matter what, he made the mistake. He wasn't quick enough. He quit. He was outmatched. 

But then, when I see him win, I get to see the pride in his eyes that says "I earned this."  And nobody else did it for him. He trained. He studied. He pushed himself. He won.  He will stand on that podium black eye bloody nose and all and be able to say he did it.

And beyond all that, wrestling teaches him to be fair. It is the old fashioned idea of a good clean fight. And when it's done it's done. If you lost you lost and if you won you won. You shake hands no matter how angry you are after a loss, or you reach down to lift up the opponent you just beat.
Wrestlers know that fighting fair means winning real.
Don’t despair though, wrestling has its enjoyable moments too. It is fun to watch.  Close matches are exciting.  Even if it’s not someone you know wrestling.  You’ll love to cheer for your team and the more you watch matches the faster you’ll figure out what it means when everyone suddenly jumps to their feet and yells, “ TWO!!!”
Your kid will be a better athlete in the other sports they play, too. That’s for sure.  Knowing my son can brawl in a fight without ever throwing a punch, knowing he could pick up a kid twice his size like he has to in practice, that gives me confidence that he can defend himself if he ever needed to.
And don’t forget about the families that you grow close with during the season.  You won’t be the only one cheering for your kid, I can promise you that. Plus, there’s a team of coaches that really care about your kid.  They want to win, of course, but they know that everything I listed here is what they want to instill in their wrestlers.  They will push them to be better every single day. If you think your kid isn’t “tough enough” for this, I promise you, they will be.

Yes, wrestling is hard. Very. But so is life.  And I can’t think of a better way for my son to learn what it means to be tough and steadfast, to be fair, to own his mistakes, to see things through to the end, than this sport. 
So parents, I hope you’ll consider encouraging your kids to wrestle this season. If you let the coaches work with them, I guarantee you’ll see what I’m talking about.  And when they come up to you mid-season and say, “I hate this. I want to quit!”, I hope you’ll have the strength to say, “you’re going to finish what you started this season. Then you can decide.”  Because you wouldn’t think sweat and blood and all those hours would draw them back, but I’d be willing to bet that this time next year, they’ll be on that mat again.   


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  1. As a father I witnessed my little wrestler grow to be a fine, decent, dedicated, passionate, compassionate, humble and hard working son, husband and most recently father of twins. Wrestling was my parenting assistant in teaching life's lessons. Every word you wrote is true and struck a chord of sweet memories and moistened eyes. Thank you.

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    1. Thank you! I knew I wasn't alone in these ideas, but I've been blown away at the number of shares that this post has had. I'm truly hoping people will give it a try!!

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  2. My husband was a wrestler from youth through most of college. I was a wrestling manager in high school, no other way to get to spend time with my then boyfriend, now husband. My son has wrestled since kindergarten, placed at PA States in 7th grade and is now beginning his sophomore year in HS and his 2nd year as a varsity wrestler. He hopes to continue to wrestle in college someday. My daughter, now a college freshman, was a wrestling manager and hope to continue this year in college. Wrestling is a family tradition here and I couldn't have asked for a better way for my family to spend time together, laughing A LOT, crying OFTEN, cheering like no one else and just being proud to carry on the traditions of the most challenging sport in history!

    There is no other sport that offers the same opportunities to my 6 foot, 170 pound 15 year old and his team mates and friends who come in ALL sizes!!!

    Thank you for this beautiful article! PERFECTION!!!

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    1. This sounds familiar! I was a manager for the same reason. How else was I going to see him all season? HA! Thank you for reading. I'm honored!

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  3. I couldn't agree more!! My son decided to be a wrestler in 8th grade. The man he has grown into still amazes me today. The wins, the state championship, the D1 college offer came with a lot of sacrifice and hard work. Day in and day out, 2 a days, countless calorie counting, starving. The wins have been amazing but the losses have taught him an inner level of determination that only a few people have and a deeper level of sacrifice than I could make. I'm proud of him everyday sometimes just for getting out of bed when I know his whole body hurts in pain. We have made great friends and we still see familiar faces as college tournaments. Happy our season starts next weekend!! GO BULLS!!!

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    1. I just had a grandma ask me if I thought her son was too old (middle school) to start. I'll have to reference your post. I told her, absolutely not! And your post is why! Thanks!

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  4. Jennie - Say hello to Mike for me. Grew up wrestling with him and Chris. Lost to Chris three times, twice in overtime! Great family.

    Stephen Stonebraker
    Head Writer Takedownwrestle.com

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    1. I sure will! Your name sounds familiar to me, must've had to put it in the books a time or two 😆

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  5. This was a great read I published it on our The Wrestling Insider private group on Facebook. I also shared it on our local wrestling clubs page and my page. I wish wrestling was added in our schools gym program in our schools. When I was in school in 7th grade we had an entire marking peri3 in wrestling 2 times a week for 6 weeks. Just a taste. If you're on face book and not already a member look us up we have 14,000 wrestling enthusiasts, fans, wrestlers, coaches journalist, parents etc...

    Thanks again
    Clay Durham

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    1. Thanks Clay! I'll check it out! Thanks for sharing the post!

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  6. Here's our page, no politics, no selling. We try to keep it to wrestling. Usually positive with ddiscussions. No swearing, or offensive materials. It is family friendly for the most part. https://www.facebook.com/groups/thewrestlinginsider/

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  7. I agree with everything in the article. My son works hard every day. It takes discipline and passion to do this. He has learned to lose gracefully because that is expected. I have seen him develop relationships that others don't understand. Wrestle your heart out one minute and hug your opponent at the end because it was a well fought, tough match.

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    1. Being a good sport is something wrestlers learn FAST. That is one thing I LOVE about it!

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  8. As someone who has live this life style. Yes it is a life style. Because once you start it. You begin to respect it. Respect turns into love. I wrestled back in the day. I now have boys that are wrestling at the youth level. And I help coach. Now I did ok as a wrestler. But as a coach I am finding out that being able to teach the lessons you spoke about is almost more gratifying then being out on the mat. I am proud to watch and teach these life lessons. Watch these young kids turn into you men and women. Yes it is a hard sport but life is also hard. Without being strong both physically and mentally, which I was taught in wrestling I would not be the man I am today.
    Thank you for this post you made. I will be sharing it on my page and on our wrestling page.

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    1. Thank you! Yes, it certainly IS a lifestyle! A great one.

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  9. This is so true. Mother and wife of a wrestler and coach for I believe 10 years now. My boy started when he was in first grade now in 10th grade. Some of our best friends live 6 hours away, but we see them a few times a season

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    1. Being married to a coach is not easy! Lots of hours but SO worth it! Right?? :)

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  10. My 8yr old has been wrestling for 2 years now. He plays soccer in the fall 'only to keep him in shape for wrestling' as he says. I will say it's an amazing sport that is a team sport, but I believe he loves it because once he is on the that mat he knows he has to support his team and prove him self. He has experienced many different sports and wrestling is the only one he truly loves. Thanks for the great write up. I look forward to many more matches with my boy.

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    1. thank you for commenting! I remember worrying so much when he would lose at first. His dad is placed at State and he wants so badly to be a champion. But he just got his FIRST champion medal this past year. He's been wrestling since he was 4. But it didn't bother my husband one bit to see him lose, because he knew what only wrestlers know, that losing just makes you want to win more. : )

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  11. I put my son into wrestling late, 9th grade. I didn't know they had wrestling programs for elementary school age kids. My son wrestled for four years and won many tournaments. He was awarded a 50% college scholarship in wrestling. He is achieving excellent grades all cause of wrestling. Granted he had great coaches along the way that push him to this day. His mother and I divorced when he was four years old which was very difficult for him and his siblings. My ex and I kept him in sports along with his brother and sister. His older brother wrestled and his sister played basketball and soccer. His older brother has his own children who wrestle also. Looks like this sport will be passed on for generations to come.

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    1. SO much more to wrestling than it appears, your words prove that! Thanks for sharing. Hope my son can get scholarships as well. I know for sure he'll be committed because of this sport!

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  12. My name is Justin Morrison and I wrestled for Corning, IA through 2002. I remember going 1 and 1 with a gritty Koenig from Pleasantville my junior season (2000-2001). I started out at 130 and finnished the season at 125. I cant remember his first name and I think he was a year older, but would he be the coach mentioned in this article or relation?

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    1. Failed to mention I remember him being cool to talk to an a great sport.

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    2. okay...me again...sorry....remembering differently now. I think I was the senior and he was the one that was a year younger, so 2001/2002 season. Long time ago. Anyway, I miss the sport almost every day and volunteer when I can. Wonderfully written article. Thank you very much.

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    3. Justin, yes that would have been him! We graduated in 2003. His brothers wrestled heavier weights than he did. He was 130-135 usually! I bet he's who you're remembering. I'll ask him too!

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    4. It has to be. I started 135 and finished 130 that year. Again, I remember him being really humble and approachable and I liked talking to him for the little bit we did. I'm glad you guys are doing well from the sounds of it. My oldest just started last year and loves it. He's 6 so he's lucky he's too young to cross paths with any little Koenigs down the road. Take care you two.

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  13. As a HS and Collegian wrestler (full ride for 5 years) who learned that at all levels it is hard work. That very work ethic carried me throughout my life. I have gone on to even coach at both levels and had 2 of my sons become wrestlers. They are both great men now and they both say lots of was due to wrestling. Wrestling and wrestlers need to band together to stop the fall of the sport. Too many College programs are no longer in existence due to mainly politics. Wasn't too long ago that they took it out of the Olympics before they had to reinstate it. Now we have a woman who gold metaled showing that we need more women in the sport. I thank you for the wonderful article.

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    1. Yes! I actually wrote this in the first place because I was so disappointed to see the low number of kids going out at the middle school age. Especially at a school like ours, that had several place winners at State this past year. Little did I know so many people would share this all over the country! I truly hope it causes some parents to give wrestling a try! Thank you for your kind words!

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  14. I wrestled sense I was a child all the way til I graduated and I can't wait til I have a child definitely making him try out. What u wrote here is wat I've been telling people and nobody ever believes me.

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    1. People just seem to have a hard time understanding wrestling until they are a part of it, huh? Truly hope as much as this is being shared that more parents will give it a try!

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  15. This is one of the best articles I have read. I have lived this exact situation and now as a father am seeing my 2 boys live it as well. I was having discipline and attitude problems with my oldest, as soon as he started wrestling he wanted to quit, to hard. I also have the theory of you never quit, finish the season and then you can not sign up next year. As soon as football was over he never asked about wrestling i was afraid because I saw him grow up so much last season. Then he came home from school with his wrestling gear, when asked her said " why wouldn't I wrestle". I was very proud. I have seen him loose this year and he walks off the mat with pride and starts thinking what he did wrong (unlike the tantrums last year).
    I also coach and used to referee, this is the best sport for any kid (I also coach football and we encourage wrestling because it makes you better at all sports)!!!!!!!

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  16. THIS is great. I was a 5 foot 100 lb kid who couldn't make the basketball team so decided to try wrestling in 10th grade. I fell in love with it and consider it a big reason for my success in life in general. I wrestled in college and have been coaching middle school for 12 Years now. I see all the time parents not allowing their kids to wrestle (usually because they think it's dangerous) I always tell them wrestling has less injuries than football because you compete against opponents your own size. Thanks for writing this and if it persuades 1 kid to try the sport it will be well worth it!

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  17. My oldest wrestled in college my now sophomore son wins maybe 4 matches out of 50 but keeps practicing and makes me take him to off season tourneys he loves it

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  18. Love this! Written from the heart and really speaks to the true benefits of the sport. Watched my son wrestle since he was 5, enured many hurts, challenges and bloody noses but always manages to get back up which I admire so much. Now he's about to start his high school career and I can't wait as a mom, or a fan of the sport, to see what's in store. Thank you!

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  19. Love this! Written from the heart and really speaks to the true benefits of the sport. Watched my son wrestle since he was 5, enured many hurts, challenges and bloody noses but always manages to get back up which I admire so much. Now he's about to start his high school career and I can't wait as a mom, or a fan of the sport, to see what's in store. Thank you!

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  20. I totally understand this article 100%. I am a girl wrestler and it's hard to maintain a steady weight and to not get hurt and to even fit in on the team. This will be my 3rd year wrestling, but kids STICK WITH IT! IT IS WORTH IT!

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    1. My daughter just decided to try it. She's 9. Any advice for her?? Thanks for commenting!!

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  23. Spot on! My husband has coached middle school and high school for almost 20 years. Our oldest wrestles in college while our youngest is still in middle school, and our daughter was a manager for 6 years.... My kids have played a lot of different sports, but there is nothing like a "wrestling family" that is there every November to March and any other time you need them!

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  24. تقدم لكم خدمة التنظيف بأسعار مخفضة في متناول الجميع
    شركة تنظيف دبي إليكم واحدة من أهم الأماكن التي يمكنكم اللجوء إليها في حالة الرغبة في تنظيف منزلكم بأحدث تقنيات شركة تنظيف عجمان وأجهزة التنظيف الحديثة إنها تنظيف منازل عجمان شركة تنظيف بالشارقة في حالة الرغبة في الحصول على منزل جميل أنيق ومرتب يمكنكم التواصل مع تنظيف منازل عجمان شركة تنظيف ابو ظبي وسوف تلبي لكم كل طلباتكم في أسرع وقت


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  25. إن المنازل بحاجة إلى عمليات التنظييف بشكل دائم ومستمر شركة تنظيف دبي وبصفة دورية، حيث إن المحافظة على نظافة المكان وسلامته يعد من الأمور الهامة التي تؤثر على الإنسان وعلى صحته حيث تحميه من الفيروسات وكافة المشكلات المرضية شركة تنظيف عجمان التي تنتشر بسبب قلة النظافة والتي ينتهي دورها وضررها بمجرد تنظيف المنزل وتعقيمه،

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  26. شركة تنظيف بالبخار بجدة شركة رائدة في مجال خدمات التنظيف بالبخار شركة تنظيف بالبخار بجدة تعتمد في تقديم خدماتها على التقنيات الحديثة شركة تنظيف كنب بالبخار بجدة تقديم كل ما هو مرضي للعملاء في أسرع وقت شركة تنظيف سجاد بالبخار بجدة مع ضمان الجودة والتميز في تقديم الخدمة شركة تنظيف بالبخار بجدة شركة تنظيف مجالس بالبخار بجدة شركة نقل عفش بجدة تمكنك من التخلص من الأضرار التي تلحق بالأثاث أثناء نقل العفش شركة تنظيف بالبخار بمكة فمع شركتنا سوف يتم نقل أمن للعفش في خلال ساعات فقط حيث أن عدد من الأفراد بالبخار شركة نقل عفش بمكة

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  27. شركة تنظيف بالبخار بجدة تتميز عن بقية الشركات في هذا المجال هو أنها تستخدم مواد مصرح بها شركة نقل عفش بجدة عالميا وليس لها أي أثار جانبية علي الصحة حفاظا علي صحة عملاءها و تقدم خدماتها بأقل الأسعار شركة تنظيف بالبخار بجدة تقدم شركه تنظيف بالبخار بجدة كافة خدمات التنظيف بالبخار للحصول على منزل متمي شركة مكافحة حشرات بمكة عمالة ذات خبرة كبيرة في التنظيف بالبخار شركة تنظيف خزانات بالطائف ويقوم فريق العمل لدى شركة تنظيف بالبخار بجدة ذو الخبرة العالية بتنظيف الستائر بعناية

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  28. تقدم شركة المملكة لجميع العملاء الكرام في جميع انحاء مكة وجدة
    شركة تنظيف شقق بمكة كافة انواع الخدمات المنزلية بأفضل الاسعار والتي تناسب جميع
    شركة مكافحة حشرات بمكة كما تتوسع الخدمات المنزلية لشركة المملكة لتشمل عملية مكافحة الحشرات
    شركة تنظيف خزانات بمكة بل تشمل أيضا خدمات نقل الاثاث والعفش شركة نقل عفش بمكة واخير ثم طاقم عملها المدرب علي اعلي مستويمن الكفاءة والمهارة شركة مكافحة حشرات بالطائف فتقدم الشركة خدمات نقل الاثاث والعفش مع مراعاه الحفاظ علي الاثاث من التعرض الي التهشم او حدوث بعض الخدوشات شركة تنظيف خزانات بالطائف مما يضمن اتمام عملية نقله بسلامة

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  29. شركتنا تعتمد على احدث الوسائل المتطورة وشركتنا لديها فريق عمل اكفاء وذو خبرة عالية
    شركة تنظيف بمكة وتستخدم احدث الاساليب العلمية المتطوره شركة مكافحة حشرات بمكة اقوى المنظفات الغير مؤثرةعلى الصحة ومصرح بها وفريقنا ينجز عمله فى اسرع وقت ممكن شركة تنظيف بالبخار بمكة ويقوم الفريق بتقسيم نفسه الى مجموعات لانجاز العمل فى اسرع وقت شركة نقل عفش بمكة تنظيف الخزانات من الاشياء المهمة والضرورية شركة تنظيف خزانات بمكة اتصل بنا الان نصلك فورا ونضمن لك الحصول على أفضل خدمة بأفضل سعر فى أسرع وقت

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  30. شركة تنظيف بالبخار تقدم لك كافة أعمال التنظيفشركة نقل عفش بجدة التى يمكنها القيام بالتغلب على كافه منافسيها نظرا للإمكانيات المتخصصة التى تمتلكها شركة تنظيف بالبخار بجدة فسواء كان سلم منزلك ضيق أو كان الاثاث الخاص بك له أحجام مختلفة شركة مكافحة حشرات بجدة بأفضل سعر في المملكة العربية السعودية

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  31. توفر الشركة أفضل خدمات مكافحة الصراصير شركة تنظيف دبى نظرا لأنها أكثر شركة تنظيف عجمان الحشرات انتشارا، فالصراصير تتكاثر في الأماكن الرطبة شركة مكافحة الحشرات بالشارقة بالمنزل وخاصة في المطبخ والحمام نظرا لوجود الماء وبقايا الأطعمة شركة تنظيف بالشارقة ، لهذا توفر الشركة جميع أنواع المبيدات التي تقضي تماما على الصراصير شركة مكافحة الحشرات ابوظبي مهما كان أماكن تكاثرها شركة مكافحة حشرات بدبي
    ووضع يرقاتها وهذا بدون أي تأثير على صحة الموجودين بالمكان شركة تنظيف ابو ظبي وبدون تحريك أي أواني بالمكان


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  32. لو كنت من الباحثين عن الأسعار المنخفضة خدمات تنظيف دبى شركة متعددة الخدمات رائدة في عالم التنظيف شركة مكافحة حشرات بدبي من خلال خبراتها الواسعة خدمات تنظيف عجمان بأيدي محترفين وخبراء وعمالة ماهرة ومدربة شركة مكافحة الحشرات بالشارقة تقدم خدماتها في جميع أنحاء دبي باستخدام أفضل وأحدث التقنيات والتكنولوجيا المتطورة شركة تنظيف بالشارقة وكذلك أفضل أنواع أدوات التنظيف معنا النظافة أسهل وأسرع نقدم خدمات محترفة ومتقنة من خلال فريق مدرب على أعلى مستوى شركة نظافة بدبي مستوى جودة مرتفع نتيجة إلى العمالة المتخصصة شركة تنظيف كنب بدبي والمدربة العاملة لدينا

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  33. لأن أعمال نقل الأثاث تتطلب كفاءة متميزة ؛ فقد اعتمدت شركتنا على العديد من المتخصصين والأفراد المحترفين لكى يتم أداء أعمال النقل على أكمل وجه شركة نقل عفش بمكة يتم أيضا الاعتماد على مفتشين مميزين لكى يتم متابعه أعمال النقل بشكل سليم حتى لا يتم الاختلاط بين العمال والعملاء ومن بعد التعامل المباشر سوف تري الكفاءة العالية فى التعامل مع العملاء

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  34. إذا كانت لديك رغبة في تنظيف المكان شركة تنظيف بالبخار بجدة من جدة الى اى مكان اخر داخل وخارج شركة تنظيف خزانات بجدة وإذا كانت لديك رغبة في التخلص من الجراثيم والبكتريا شركة مكافحة حشرات بجدة وارقام شركة أميرة كلير للقيام بهذه الخطوة شركة تنظيف شقق بجدة فإن التنظيف بالبخار يعتبر هو الحل الأمثل لهذه المشكلة وسوف يعطي أفضل النتائج التي ترغبين بها



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  36. نحن مجموعة من شباب الفويس اوفر والدوبلاج المصريين كورس الفويس اوفر تجمعنا على هدف نشر وتوعية الهواة ومساعدة للاحتراف فى مجال الفويس اوفر والدوبلاج كورس التعليق الصوتي نقدم عدد من الخدمات المجانية وبعض الخدمات مدفوعة الاخر بأسعار مخفضة كورس الدوبلاج نتمني ان تكون واحد منا وتستفيد من خبرات فريقنا المتميز للتعرف على خدمتنا شركة موشن جرافيك عضو باللجنة الثقافيه بنقابة المحامين هيام جمعة عضو بالمحكمة الدوليه لتسوية المنازعات محكم دولى معتمد من نقابة المحامين

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  39. Jennie Koenig, my name is John Rhodes, I cover high school wrestling for a small local paper. I read your article on encouraging the youth to participate in wrestling and agree with it completely. I have submitted it to our editor for publication and as you might expect, he wants your permission to publish it. I am not sure how to formally (legally) ask for your permission, but if you agree, can we get the ball rolling? Thank you, John Rhodes

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  40. شركة تنظيف خزانات بالاحساء
    الخزانات في الوقت الحالي معتمد عليها بشكل كبير جداً خاصة في المناطق التي تعاني من انقطاع المياه لفترات طويلة، مثل دول الخليج العربي ولكن تمر خزانات المياه بالكثير من العوامل التي قد تؤذيها مع مرور الوقت مثل الرياح والأمطار وغيرها وهذا الأمر يجعلها في حاجة إلى صيانة من وقت لأخر، وإن كنت تبحث عن شركة صيانة مناسبة فشركة تنظيف خزانات بالاحساء تقدم لكم خدمة الصيانة اكل أنواع الخزانات لذلك لا داعي لأي قلق حيث أن الوحيدين القادرين على حل مشكلتك في غضون دقائق لذلك تعاونوا معنا الآن عبر أرقامنا المميزة التي تم إرفاقها في هذا المقال.

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  41. شركة تنظيف بالطائف

    تعتبر شركتنا الافضل بين الشركات على مستوى المملكة العربية السعودية وليس الطائف فقط، وقد حصلت على العديد من الشهادات التي تؤهلها دوماً لتصبح من الشركات الرائدة في مجال التنظيف، وتتعدد أقسام الشركة الخاصة بالتنظيف مثل السجاد والستائر والمنازل والمساجد .

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  42. دهان بالمدينة المنورة
    مما لا شك فيه أن فني دهان بالمدينة المنورة واحدة من أفضل العمال التي تعتمد عليه الشركة في أعمال تشطيبات الفلل والشقق، حيث يقوم بأداء عمله بخبرة متميزة عن غيره من العمال التقليديون الذي يقوموا بأداء العمل دون الاستعانة بخبرتهم.

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