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Women saved wrestling.  It's really that simple.  For this reason, women's wrestling has taken off around the world and has been growing every year.

Several Olympic cycles ago, the sport of wrestling was slated  to be removed from the Olympics by the International Olympic Committee.

To prevent this, a unified international wrestling community campaigned tirelessly to "Save Wrestling", especially with wrestling being an original event at the ancient games.

Through perserverance and dedication by the wrestling community, wrestling was able to stay in the Olympics.  The primary reason?  They reduced the men's weights and expanded the women's.


This expansion almost single-handedly allowed wrestling to continue striving for the ultimate goal of an Olympic Championship.  Because of this, women's wrestling received renewed and increased exposure and energy worldwide.  What was once an area that was overlooked, neglected and in some cases not even allowed, is now the fastest growing sport for girls in the country.

Some countries are further along than others and, here in the U.S., some states are ahead of others.  Traditionally states such us California, Washington, Michigan, etc. are very good.  Here in Indiana we are heading in the right direction.  Although the IHSAA has not sanctioned girls wrestling - yet - the community has embraced it and there are more practices, tournaments, and programs for girls than ever before.  The girls state championship is currently sponsored by IHSWCA.

Additionally, women wrestle FREESTYLE in college, which is different than the style of wrestling in school (Folkstyle).  The U.S. loves our Folkstyle wrestling, but the purest understand that training in this Olympic style for girls is essential.  Because girls wrestling is not a fad anymore, the quality of wrestling has also gotten better nationally.  This plays right along with Legends of Gold position as we have an extensive history of producing some of the best ladies in wrestling.  

We hope to have the opportunity to train your young lady and can guarantee she will be in the best hands.  We are proud to have some of the best coaches in the world on staff, including the most successful women's wrestler in the state, together with our expectations and system are sure to have your young lady on the path to greatness.

What is

Wrestling is probably the oldest of all sports and has been depicted in cave paintings dating back 15,000 years. It was a sport practiced in many ancient societies and many of history's greatest individuals had a wrestling background.  It was one of the original sports in the ancient and modern Olympics. 

There are three styles practiced here in the U.S.:  Folkstyle or Scholastic wrestling (what we wrestling in school) and the Olympic styles (Freestyle and Greco-Roman). Because of how challenging wrestling is, wrestling also makes better players for multi-sport athletes, regardless of the sport.

“I swear it upon Zeus an outstanding runner cannot be the equal of an average wrestler.”        - Socrates

Wrestling HELPS create:

the power of self-





Winners practice winning - at everything they do. Whether that is on the mat, in the classroom, at home or in the community.  To do anything epic we have to get out of our comfort zone, which  means creating high performance habits is essential.  When motivation wears off, our discipline is what sustains us.



Give people credit, but never give them more credit than yourself.  Our power comes from knowing WHO we are.  If we don't know the power of our name, then no one else will.  Wrestling helps create this self-respect, which in turn spreads to other areas of our life, including siblings, parents, teachers, etc.



No disrespect to other martial-arts, but wrestling is practical, instinctive, and highly effect. This confidence, discipline, respect and defensive power leads wrestlers to not only know how to defend themselves, but even more so have the ability to speak up for those without their own voice.

The entire definition of wrestling means to "struggle" and the ability to navigate that adversity and be brave in the face of fear consequently results in your child understanding their power.  This journey is why you will see, both instant and gradually, their confidence increase!

wrestling vs. Martial arts

Karate, Taekwondo,
Boxing, Jiu-Jitsu, Judo, Muy Thai

Wrestling, similar to other self-defense disciplines, is also a martial art.  Like these disciplines, Wrestling provides a great opportunity to increase focus, physical fitness and know how to defend themselves.  Unlike these martial arts, however, Wrestling provides opportunities these forms cannot and do not, including:



Wrestling produces the highest amount of UFC and MMA champions over all other disciplines, including boxing, Jui-Jitsu, etc.


Most street fights end up on the ground and no other discipline teaches more takedowns and ground-control than wrestling. 

With the other disciplines, your child must get into a physical altercation to see if it truly works.  In wrestling, we know it works because we  practice this altercation daily in a safe and fun environment.

higher education


Your child must get into a physical altercation to truly utilize taekwondo or Karate, however Wrestling is the ONLY individual  combat sport in school. 


This means your child will be able to participate in scholastic athletics through wrestling.  Because of this, wrestling is a great vehicle to  receive scholarships at colleges and universities around the country!

social acceptance


Because wrestling is the only combat sport in school, your child will be interacting with more of their peers both inside and outside of school.  

Fortunately for wrestlers, because it is such a demanding sport, simply being on the team socially separates them from your average student-athlete.

Additionally, our members are usually some of the best, if not the best, on the team - so their social impact will be felt. 

Year-round schedule

USA Wrestling (USAW) is the national governing body for amateur wrestling in the country, whose annual calendar starts September 1st.  The Indiana State Wrestling Association (ISWA) is the governing body for amateur wrestling in the state.

Indiana scholastic wrestling (Folkstyle), particularly high school, is governed by the Indiana High School Athletic Association (IHSAA).  This schedule spans roughly from October to February.

Outside of the IHSAA, the ISWA/USAW calendar reigns supreme.  The benefit of this calendar is that it is year-round, it provides opportunities for all age groups, and features local and national events.

  • Competitions for all ages

  • Keeps your child active all year

  • Local and National Events

Regardless of age, gender, race, size, etc., everyone can compete year-round.

Our academy, with this schedule, allows your child stay active and fit all 12 months.

Not only are there opportunities to train and compete locally, but we travel throughout the country and even internationally.



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Our team of dedicated, patient and knowledgeable coaches are all accredited by USAW and certified in our world-class system. 

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3-Year guarantee:

Your child will be one of the best in the country!

year 1


The first year is introducing your child to the system.  Physically, we are developing muscle memory and mentally teaching them how to better handle adversity.

year 2


The second year you will see an increase in confidence as their athletic development is increasing and they are more comfortable in the system.

year 3


The third year involved is when we will see a sharper and more focused child as their fundamental foundation will be more secure and they wont have to process as much.


Selina Brown
2x State Champion, All-American

We moved from Bloomington to be closer to Legends of Gold and it was one of the best decisions we made.  Our daughter was finally taken seriously and it has changed her life.


Silas Foster
USAW Future Olympian

The 3-Year guarantee isn't just a sales pitch.  It's true.  Our boys went from never placing in tournaments, to winning championships, and now we are aiming for our first World Team.


A.W. VanKirk
ISWA Triple Crown Winner

A.W. trains at a lot of places in a lot of sports, but we are even more excited about his future now that he is involved with L.O.G., not just on the mat but also in life.

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membership options


Perfect for Beginners and those looking to get acclimated to the sport.

Practice: Tuesday & Thursday

                6 p.m. - 7 p.m.

Cost:       $150/month

                *$675 Folkstyle (Oct 1 - March 7)*

                 Saves $75 if paid in full by Oct 1

                *$675 Olympic (Mar 8 - July 31)*

                 Saves $75 if paid in full by March 8


                 Saves $300 if paid in full up front

Where:   Krav Maga Indy

               7264 Fishers Crossing Drive

               Fishers, IN 46038

  • Discipline

  • Focus

  • Athletic Development

  • Scholastic Sport

  • Free Limited Edition Club Shirt

LADIES elite

For the kids who are more advanced or interested to start competing.

Practice: Tuesdays & Thursdays

                7 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.

                Sundays @ 10 a.m. - 12 p.m.

Cost:       $200/month

                *$850 Folkstyle (Oct 1 - March 7)*

                 Saves $150 if paid in full by Oct 1

                *$850 Olympic (March 8 - July)*

                 Saves $150 if paid in full by Mar 8


                 Saves $300 if paid in full up front 

Where:   Krav Maga Indy

               7264 Fishers Crossing Drive

               Fishers, IN 46038

  • Discipline

  • Focus

  • Athletic Development

  • Scholastic Sport

  • 3-Practices a week

  • Elite Fundamentals

  • Traveling Team 

  • Free Limited Edition Club Shirt

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