FAQs
What are the Residential Camp Types?

Team Camps Team Camps are designed for the High School teams who desire summertime dual meet competition as well as Technique. Each day you will wrestle multiple matches, and drill our system of wrestling that has been proven successful on every level of the sport. Technique CampsYou will learn a system that has produced 44 state team championships and over 180 individual state champions, as well as several high school & NCAA All-Americans and National Champions. We will break each hold into steps, and drill repetitively to perfection. All of our holds are taught in a series to instill chain wrestling into your athletes. Chain wrestling is the key to success at every level of the sport. This camp is designed for all wrestling at all ages and skill levels that want to develop a winning system. Youth Camps (Ages 7 - 12) Granby School of Wrestling Youth Camps have been carefully designed so that wrestlers have a positive experience in a closely supervised environment. Your child will leave our camp with a basic knowledge of the Granby series in the bottom, top and takedown position. Our counselors will motivate, teach and supervise your child very seriously. We encourage young athletes to bring a partner with them if they are not part of a youth group attending camp. Fathers will be charged $275 (overnight camp) to attend camp with their sons. Anyone 10 and under needs to have a responsible adult with them. Fargo Training Camps The Fargo Training Camp is designed to prepare wrestlers for the Cadet and Junior Freestyle/Greco-Roman National Championships in Fargo, North Dakota. The training will consist of a technique portion and a conditioning portion. This format allows the athlete to peak at the National tournament. The Fargo Training Camp has produced multiple Fargo All Americans and a Freestyle National Champion.

Do you accept Checks?
Yes we do accept checks but we must have them 14 days befroe camp begins. You may pay your balance on the first day of camp but it must be in Cash or a Cashiers Check/Money Order.
Can you pay by a credit card?
Yes you may pay by a credit online by clicking on the events page and registering for a camp. There will be a service fee charged to use this service.
Are team discount available?
Residential Camps: If you have a team of 10+ and register prior to May 1st, each camper will receive a $25.00 discount and 1 coach can attend for free. Commuter Camps: If you have a team of 10+, coaches can attend for free.
Can we request a roommate?
Yes there is a place listed on our applications for roommate request.
Do you provide transportation to camp?
We provide bus, train and airport pickup our HSC camp in Richmond, VA. Please call 757-482-2177 at least 2 weeks before to verify pickup times. There is an additional $50 for this service.
How many campers to a room?
HSC the rooms are 2, 3 or 4 person rooms.
How much extra money will my camper need?
At check-in you will need to pay $70= $50 for room key and $20 for meal card (HSC camp only) room key/damages deposit IN CASH. Your camper will be given this back to them in cash at checkout as long as they turn their key in and there is no damage to the room.
If I want to host a Granby Clinic at my facility, what do I need to do and what does the Granby School provide for me?
You will need to provide: - Advanced notice to secure a clinic site - Have a minimum of 50 wrestlers - Site must have adequate mat space The Granby School will provide the following: - Advertisement of your clinic on our website - Granby School of Wrestling brochures about your clinic - 18 hours of instruction - Granby School of Wrestling Coaches - Camp Insurance For more information or to secure a site and date, please contact Steve Martin at steve@granbyschool.com or call at 757-373-6177.
Is there a laundry facility?
Yes, there is a laundry area. Your camper will need to bring change and laundry detergent if they opt to use the laundry area.
What are the Check-in and Checkout times for Residential Camps?
HSC Camp – Check-in is between 12:00-2:00 PM first day of camp and checkout is 11:15-12:15PM on the last day of camp.
What do I need to bring?
Each wrestler must furnish his own linens or a sleeping bag (single twin size bed) blanket, towels, pillow, wrestling gear, shoes, knee pads, bathing suit, etc. and personal items. Shorts and T-shirts are worn to wrestling practice.
What is the difference between a commuter and a resident?
If you plan on staying the night at camp then you are considered a resident if you are driving in everyday and sleeping off campus then you are considered a commuter.
What techniques are taught at the Granby Wrestling Camps?
Coaches We have designed our camps to facilitate your entire teams needs. You can bring every team member to ensure buidling team UNITY, a key to winning team championships. The young inexperienced wrestlers can attend the technique camp. This will provide them the opportunity to have success immediately and will provide you the opportunity to move along quicker in your practice room. The more experienced wrestler can opt for the team camp. This gives your wrestlers that have been to camp several times, the opportunity to master the small details that make all the difference in the world, as well as get match experience, which there is no substitution for. They will wrestle at least 10 matches and get 12 hours of driling and learning. We are making a committment to provide more personal attention to your athletes than any other camp in the country. THE GRANBY SERIES You Will Learn In Simple Drills: - The systematic series of wrestling that has captured 44 state team titles and produced 180 individual state champions. - A masterful wrestling series that is simple, interrelated, and easily understood. - Techniques that empower the wrestler to combat any situation. - Specific strategy and drills for every move taught. - Systematic arsenal of moves to compliment your wrestling style. - A collection of eye opening details that will allow for easy learning.
Takedowns - Learn how to correctly execute and finish the Sweep Single. - Learn simple set-ups for the Inside Step and the Russian-Arm Inside Step. - Learn how to successfully finish poor shots with our patented “Iranian Series.” - Safe, easy, and proven to be effective for beginning through advanced wrestlers.
Bottom - Shoulder Granby, Head Shrugs, & Head Granby techniques are major areas of emphasis. - Shoulder Granby – Personally, learn the hold that Billy Martin invented and is continually growing. Learn how to execute from all positions when pressure is present. - Head Shrug – The basic building block on the bottom. It can be executed from the Referee’s Position, Sit-Out, or Change-Over motion. - Head Granby – More powerful than the Head Shrug. - Learn how to finish all bottom techniques with our patented “Force Roll” series, for a sure 5 point hold and pin. - See how easily our standing rolls can be incorporated with you stand-up series. - You will learn how to beat the Spiral Ride with the Spiral Shrug.
Top - Emphasis on the Radman Ride, and how it sets up Arm Bars, Churella Tilts, Turks, and Cradles. - Learn how to Stop the Stand-Up & Switch. Initiate the first hold off the whistle. - We will teach you how to pin with the Cradle.

All of our coaches bring their own techniques for you to learn and drill.

Who do I contact with questions?
General Camp Questions & Video Purchases:

Lori Martin
steve@granbyschool.com
(757) 482-2177

What is the difference between a commuter clinic and a residential camp?
At a commuter clinic you will not be staying overnight and meals will not be provided. At a residential camp you will check-in and stay on campus overnight all meals are included. There is an option to commute to the residential camps if you decide to stay the night off-campus.
What is your cancellation policy?
All monies are non-refundable once we receive a deposit and/or your payment in full has been received and a spot has been held for you regardless of reason for absence. For medical reasons we can roll over your payment to the following summer. This request must be written and accompanied by a doctor’s note.