I strongly agree on getting real life coaching and especially with finding a team.
If you're serious about making records, you'll make a way to do this.
Also, hard work and discipline will take you far, but genetics is crucial. It takes time to figure out if you've got it or not. Even if you have the genetics, it will take a lot of sacrifice. Missed social opportunities. Less time with family. Little time for other hobbies. Less time for academics. Greater risk of life altering injury.
Think of it this way. Do you think someone on the low side of average IQ... let's say 90 for this example, will ever be a brain surgeon? Even if they work incredibly hard? No. But with tons of hard work, discipline, and struggle, that person might make it to bakery supervisor in a grocery store.
I know that doesn't look all that cool on a motivational poster or something you hear often in this ultra PC world where everyone's a special snowflake, but that's just how it works.
I'm not trying to discourage you, but if you're serious you need to know so you have at least a vague idea of what you need to do to get it done.
And right now, you don't need any specialized equipment at this point in training. A good belt, knee sleeves, and some light wrist wraps oughta do it for a long time.
While I'm at it, you also don't need an advanced training program. All advanced means is training has necessarily become more complicated in order to continue to make progress. If you're a beginner and you run an advanced program, you're actually impeding progress.