Paris 2024 Olympics Bound Michigan Wolverines Wrestling Star Embarks on a New Grueling Training Routine in Pursuit of Olympic Glory


Michigan Wolverines wrestling superstar Stevan Micic is gaining a lot of love from his fans these days. The Serbian-American world wrestling champion has been very active on social media lately, giving fun little snippets and training videos. However, the 27-year-old has now taken the seriousness of his training up by several notches.
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The NCAA silver medalist for Michigan Wolverines Wrestling has left the comfort of his homeland to return to the US for training. Now, a social media update made by Micic showcases that he has taken up an intense and demanding routine in order to clinch the Olympic gold.
Stevan Micic cranks things up by another level
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Micic star added an Instagram story carrying the caption, “The World Champs new program.” Micic’s story featured a story of his new training planning company named DL Training Systems. The video in the story showed the names of the exercises and the number of repetitions and sets for each of them.
The information shown in the spreadsheet in the video conveyed that Micic will be sticking to this advanced regimen for four weeks. Interestingly, the video showed just one section of the exercises specially curated for Stevan Micic. However, this section only carried the warm-up workout of the world champion.
Stevan Micic is currently training at the Michigan Wolverines Wrestling gymnasium to improve himself alongside his NCAA coach Sean Bormet. He also complimented the return to his alma mater with grappling technique sessions from UFC champion Sean O’Malley. In fact, he has also teamed up with an Olympic gold medalist to propel himself in the same trajectory.
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Stevan Micic star takes the tutelage of an Olympic Champion
Aside from Sean Bormet and Sean O’Malley, Stevan Micic is also learning about holds and takedown techniques from Helen Maroulis. The 32-year-old American wrestler won the gold medal at the 2016 Rio Olympics and secured the bronze medal in Tokyo. Interestingly, Maroulis competes in almost the same weight class as Micic.
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Helen Maroulis has won multiple 7x world championship medals, three of which are gold. She acquired all these medals between 53 to 58kg. Stevan Micic competes in the 57kg weight class, which is by far the most chaotic weight in freestyle wrestling. Thus, Stevan Micic can rest easy with Maroulis at his behest. Do you think the Belgrade conqueror will conquer Paris as well?
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