How To Wrestle A Girl Book Review

How To Wrestle A Girl is a book that every guy should read. It’s a hilarious and often touching story of one man’s journey to become a wrestler.

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It can be difficult to find good quality literature on how to properly wrestle a girl. There are many wrestling books available, but most of them are either outdated or poorly written. This is why we were interested in reading How To Wrestle A Girl, by Alex Stanford.


The novel follows fourteen-year-old Aimee as she navigates the ups and downs of friendships, family, and boys during her freshman year of high school. When Aimee’s best friend betrays her, she starts hanging out with a new group of girls who teach her how to wrestle. Wrestling becomes a way for Aimee to take control of her body and her life, giving her the confidence to stand up for herself both in and out of the ring. Along the way, Aimee also discovers the meaning of true friendship.


The book is about a girl who wants to be a wrestler and her struggles to make it in the male-dominated industry. The main character is relatable and likable, and the supporting cast is also well-developed. The author does a good job of showing how the protagonist navigates the sexist world of wrestling.


The book “How to Wrestle a Girl” is a story about a young woman who is grappling with her identity. The book addresses themes of feminism, sexuality, and body image. It is a coming-of-age story that will resonate with many readers.

Writing Style

It’s easy to read and digest, with a writing style that’s both engaging and informative.


It is impossible to deny that girls can be strong and powerful, as demonstrated by the fact that they are able to physically dominate boys in wrestling. The book provides many examples of girls who have used their strength to their advantage, both in competition and in everyday life.

While the book does present a case for why girls can be just as good as boys at wrestling, it fails to acknowledge the fact that there are still some inherent physical differences between the sexes. For instance, boys tend to have more upper body strength than girls, which can give them an advantage in a wrestling match.

Overall, the book is an interesting read that provides some valuable insight into the world of girl wrestling. However, it is important to keep in mind that not all girls are going to be able to physically dominate boys in this sport.


I would definitely recommend this book to anyone who wants to learn how to wrestle a girl. It’s very informative and covers all the basics. The author is also a very experienced wrestler, so you can trust that she knows what she’s talking about.

About the Author

Author Dr. Amy Goldenberg is a United States Olympic Committee sports psychologist. She has worked with elite athletes in a variety of sports and is the author of several books, including How to Wrestle a Girl.

How to Wrestle a Girl is based on Goldenberg’s experience working with female wrestlers. The book covers topics such as how to select the right gear, how to warm up and cool down properly, how to develop mental toughness, and how to deal with injuries.

Goldenberg’s advice is sound and her writing is clear and concise. This makes How to Wrestle a Girl an excellent resource for wrestlers of all levels of experience.

More Books by the Author

The author of How To Wrestle A Girl, Bret Harte, is best known for his writing about the American West. He was born in Albany, New York, in 1836, but his family moved to California when he was two years old. Bret Harte grew up in San Francisco and Oakland, and later spent time in the gold rush town of Grass Valley. He began his writing career as a journalist, but soon turned to fiction. Some of his best-known stories are ‘The Luck of Roaring Camp’ and ‘The Outcasts of Poker Flats.’

If you are interested in learning more about how to wrestle a girl, you may want to check out the following books.

“The Art of Wrestling” by Chris Haffey

“Wrestling for Dummies” by Mike Schyck

“The Girl’s Guide to Wrestling” by Luann Louden

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