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If you view my rankings on NWCA, Note that you can find me and my record in the State of NJ. Grade 11 in weight class 126. I should be in WC126.
Being an upperclassmen from the begging of season to the end I always make sure I stick to my word, so that i am setting an example for our future athletes to abide by as if they were laws showing that we have discipline and dedication even when things are tough, it's always good to have high morale. I remember Growing up as a child my father would always tell me false motivation is better than none and these are words I'll never forget as I get older. And so I want to share my passion and enthusiasm in wrestling with any and everyone willing to take part in this intense sport on and off the mat, making sure I keep in touch with my teammates even when not in season checking up on their progress fitness and academic wise so that we are on the right path to a successful season when it comes back around
Wrestling is a sport of both mental and physical strength, and I for one can say it has changed my life drastically, being at least 5'2 starting varsity in the 145 weight class freshman year. my season wasn't looking too bright, and so I began second guessing the sport all in its self and so i quit half way through the season due to a lack of "mental and physical fitness." They say once you quit at something it gets easier each time, but i wouldn't throw in the towel that easy, and so when wrestling came around the next year I found myself back on the Mat only this time wrestling in the 150 weight class, I knew it was time for a change and so that entire season the gym became my home away from home sticking to a strict diet and vigorous training schedule not only did I but my coaches, teammates, and the rest of my peers begin to see changes not just physically but also in my performance on the mat and how I carried myself. Having showed a lot of potential I ended that season with a whole new mind set and waist size, I knew that this was the start of a new found passion and drive to win having gone from 150 to 138 and now 126. This really was a challenge not only as a athlete but as a student and having to fight temptations of unhealthy foods, waking up early in the mourning before school to work out and still be able to stay focused and attentive so that I was able to make good grades and move on to the next level. and so, I can say this has to have been one of my biggest accomplishments with only one more year before I'm a senior I don't intend on stopping here I strive to be the best I can be. 110%
I am a very dedicated athlete and put my all into whatever it is that I do, and what ever It is i can do to put myself ahead of the competition and my community. Being that my father is in the military I often help out when ever there is a charity or children's event that requires volunteers to help out. I'm also a very social person with and all around personality capable of getting along with all types people which is a very important characteristic when it comes to teamwork and having to accomplish a task as a group.
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