Let your trainer know about your plans
All wrestlers hire the services of professional trainers, who not only help them in their workouts but also takes care of their diets. Once you have decided that you need to get rid of a few pounds, clearly let your trainer know about the situation. The coach and the trainer are actually the brains behind your performance and will plan your diet and exercise routines.
Use off-season to lose weight
Most of the wrestlers adopt a lacklustre approach in the off-season, thinking that they need to freshen up after working hard during the season. As a result, they end up gaining weight. If you want to lose some weight, you have to work equally hard in the off-season, if not more. You do not have any upcoming fights and this is a great opportunity for you to practice and improve your game.
Eat small meals
You should start eating smaller meals in short gaps. Stop eating before you are full; however, you should still eat efficiently as this is the demand of your profession. Most of the wrestlers, who are looking to lose weight, eat small meals after three to four hours in the off-season and after two hours during the season.
Sweat hard but drink more water
In your effort to lose weight, you will have to work hard. If you live in a warm region, losing weight should be a lot easier. Wear a light jumper while you are training to sweat harder. However, you must drink lots of water before, during and after training.