Meathead Movers’ founding principle is to support student athletes as they’re making their way through college. Meathead Movers was started by a high school wrestler and 2x state champion, Aaron Steed, and the wrestling community still plays such an important role in the company and its employees.
That’s why the company is supporting the grand opening of the Central Coast Regional Training Center and Sports Club. Fundraising has begun to make this dream a reality for wrestlers of all ages and experience levels.
For the first time in Central Coast history, the official Olympic Regional Training Center will come to San Luis Obispo to offer Freestyle, Greco and Collegiate style wrestling training to beginner, intermediate, and advanced wrestlers. This RTC and Sports Club will allow the community to integrate all levels of wrestling, including Division I, community college, high school, middle school, and youth level student-athletes. The Central Coast RTC needs to fundraise $15,000 in reoccurring monthly donations for the 3-year lease of the new facility. These funds will go directly toward improving the facility and allowing local wrestlers to utilize it.
The space is 6,000 square feet, which includes male and female locker rooms and 5,000 square feet for wrestling mats. The building has 40-foot ceilings and retractable curtains that allow for indoor/outdoor training. With the sponsorship funding, the RTC will be adding new UWW wrestling mats, wall padding, and branding throughout the facility. Additionally, there will be an elite level coach that will be hired and designated to the training and development of this facility, RTC practices, club practices, and competition.
The Central Coast RTC plans to officially open to the public on Aug. 1, 2021. To learn more about the Central Coast RTC or to donate, visit: http://centralcoastrtc.org/