These aren't really "hacks." More like creative and non-obvious ways to get things done.
Gym WiFi is flakey. Here are some options.
To realize the full benefits of Takedown's rich feature set, sometimes you need to plug things into other things, install apps or software and make all the guzintos and guzouttas work together.
We've connected a lot of stuff together and wanted to share some of that knowledge with you. In that light, there's a new page in the Tutorials/Support section of our website called Helpful Gizmos with some hardware and software products that we've found useful in our travels.
Want your team to have more of a college-level presence? Don't have college-level resources? No problem.
Competition's around the corner for most, already here for some. Get these items completed in November.
Minor release, mostly bug fixes and performance improvements. And, posting live scores to Twitter is fixed.
Release 2.8. If you like typing information into the OPC on Trackwrestling, don't read this post. If you want to save yourself some late nights and headaches, read on.
Release 2.7 makes it easy to dress up your live video with scoring graphics.
All our blog post titles in one place and organized for easy search and access.
Our annual look at fat percentage at certification.
Think you're in a thriving state for wrestling? Maybe, but the odds aren't in your favor.
A downward trend in high school participation prompts the NWCA to form a task force.
Rules survey results from NCAA coaches, officials and commissioners as well as new rules starting in 2017-18.
We looked a college and now on to high school. There are one or two bright spots, but overall high school wrestling isn't healthy compared to tier one team sports. But, those girls teams! Wow.
Stanford University head coach, Jason Borrelli, shares his experience using Takedown. Surprisingly, he...
Purchasing used iPads is a smart way to save money. Some links and tips.