Back in 2007 I was a tiny kid who was constantly picked on (yes, I was the kid jumping to try and reach the white board). I was a mess. 4'11, 80 lbs. I wanted to change my life, and in high school I found wrestling, which changed my life forever. Freshman year I was 5'2, 90 lbs. I wrestled Junior Varsity 103. I did pretty well, losing at "JV Counties" to the champion by 1 point, and eventually taking 4th overall. My JV record was (13-5). Sophomore year was when I realized that this is my only goal (making states). I finally made the varsity team at 125 lbs. I did pretty average, (19-15), and I placed at the JV Seahorse Open (largest tournament is SoFla) and I placed at the district tournament (4th), and became a regional qualifier. I am currently 5'7, 142 lbs. I plan to wrestle at 130 or 135 lbs.
Now this year, I must become a state qualifier. In the offseason, I have been lifting like mad. We have practice at American Top Team as well, we are sponsered by ATT.
Bench Press: 165x10 (9/26/10)
Deadlift: 350x1 (To hips)
Squat: (Feet Together) 225x10 (with spot)
Total: 870 (according to max calc)
Our official conditioning season starts October 25th. I am going to be doing MAX-OT for the weight-lifting, I feel that it will be a great way to pop in and out of the gym while still having time to rest before practice. I haven't lifted in a month due to extreme overtraining. One day I decided to do 45 sets of legs. I suggest to not do that lol. Anyways, you'll notice that I can get a little cocky, but i'm sorta insecure so i'll always be worried about states. I need to be the best, so I never give in no matter what.
My sole goal is reaching FHSAA's 3A state tournament. May god be with me on this journey.