most of my life was going home, eating everything, and getting on the computer. i decided i actually need to go do some physical exercise, and wrestling seemed the most fun. I hope I'll be able t get around 182, but if not then I'll be fine with that, haha. I've discussed my weight with my coaches a bit before, but not a lot. They said that my weight is fine, but I'd still rather lose weight than gain in (excluded muscle weight.)
That's good to know about eating! Haha, I looove food (not like Paula Deen, though) and I am glad that I'll still be able to eat some things I like.
My leg and chest are fine now, actually! Monday everything stopped hurting (thank goodness I didn't have anything Friday besides lifting an instrument, and Saturday and Sunday sucked, but I felt better afterwards.) However, whenever I get taken down (at first) I get the wind knocked out of me. Should I anticipate it more beforehand?
ATM there is this girl I like who's whole family does wrestling (bar the girls) and I think doing this will help in her liking me, haha. I still want to wrestle even if she doesn't, though!
Oh, and how should I strengthen my neck muscles? I'm not sure what kind of workout I can do that will help that, unless just lifting helps.
A bunch of the guys on the team are the coolest group of people I've seen in a while. I expected a lot of them to be jerks, but they're really cool. I've heard that wrestlers really act like family once you get used to everything (or something.) I also found out that showers aren't required to take at the school, and I'm glad because my house is just five minutes away, so I don't think I'd get ringworm within that time frame. And yeah, every day I look forward to wrestling (kind of not at first because it is awkward, but I think I'll get used to it soon.)
Wrestling does seem really fun, and I hope to get better at it enough to where I can maybe do it in college or something, because watching the NCAA helped me today a bit with watching what else I could do.