Not a problem. I’ve received a lot of helpful advice in my day (I’m only 20) so I like to return the favor whenever possible.
I’ll say this too: You’re getting to the age where you should focus on some areas where you can excel (and you know you’re good). I played 5-6 sports up until hs but thats impossible to do throughout hs and I eventually dropped to 2 after freshman year…but I did well in both and they were my passion.
Also, be careful- if you try to do CC, BB’ing, wrestling, track, baseball, etc it’ll be hard to do real well at every one. Like I said I’m all for experiencing as much as you can while you have the opportunities, but don’t try to do EVERYTHING and sell yourself short where you could win states (wrestling, BB’ing, whatever) but didn’t because you were training for something else.
If you want to win states this winter, train for that. Some may argue with me, but you’re young and still maturing. It’ll take you until you’re in your mid 20’s (at least) before you’ll really be large when looked at as a ‘grown man’ (if you will). You can however wrestle other hs’ers (at 152, or 160 or whatever) and be a state champ. Also, when you graduate, changes aren’t great you’ll be wrestling in college–but you bet your ass you’ll have an opportunity to BB throughout your 20’s, 30’s, 40’s etc.[/quote]
more great advice, and your right wrestling if I won the states could definitly get me some college money which is important. Bodybuilding is an addiction though once you get your first good pump its hard to just stop the hobby and focus on just one thing.