Body Fat: 9-10%
Positions: Starting Rightfield
I am a student athlete, I maintain a 3.5 GPA in advanced and AP classes while playing football (TE and slot receiver) and baseball.
I am one of the bigger and stronger guys on my team and a competent fielder. I have above average speed (no real record available), an extremely fluent swing, above-average power and clutch and good contact hitting. I haven't had a chance to show off my pitching because I had a bad bullpen session during tryouts (my first time in months) and haven't thrown off the mound since. I am very quick to recognize flaws in my mechanics (pitching and hitting), and fix them the next day, or even quicker.
I had an awful freshman year that will not be spoken of again, and because of that I came to tryouts this year 35 pounds heavier and more dedicated than ever.
UPDATED Season Stats
Team Record [7 - 7]
3 for 7
0 Home Runs
UPDATED Lifting Records
Flat Bench: 195
Incline Bench: 135
Decline Bench: 165
Military Press: 105
Leg Press: 500
- Squats//Leg Curls
- Leg Press//Deadlifts
- Calf Raises//(need a pull)
- Back Raises//Russian Twists
- Incline DB Bench*//Seated Rows
- Decline DB Bench*//Lateral Bar
- Flat DB Bench**//Shoulder Raises
- DB Military Press**//Bent Rows
((Not performed nights before games or bullpen sessions))
- Concentration Curls//Dumbell Tricep Extensions
- Dumbell Pushups//Single Rows
- Bicycles//Tick-Tocks//Straight Arm and Extended Arm/Leg Crunches ((should I still match a push and pull for ab workouts?))
UPDATED 4/08: Pressing exercises will now be done with dumbells, my elbows closer to my ribcage (adducted) and a neutral grip.
Please note that I stretch my upper body extensively during my workouts to prevent rotator cuff injuries. My heavy weekly lifts are to keep me in shape for football conditioning after the season ends. I am cautious about my lifting and will never risk an injury just to get in another rep.
Breakfast: Cereal in Soymilk, Bottle of Propel
Lunch: Varies, Usually a Chicken Salad and a Propel
Snack: Some kind of Chunky Meat/Veggie Soup (I can't stop loving the stuff)
Dinner: Always a Meat, Vegetable/Fruit and Carb serving
Supplements: Daily Vitamin, Whey Protein (amount depends on Lifting Days and what I ate)
Hit above .350
Hit a Home Run
Pitch a dozen innings and have an ERA under 4
Gain enough muscle to weigh 200 by 2009
Body Fat % of 8 by 2009
Give up all but the occasional Soda, Chips and deserts (almost done already)
((More to Come))
Please give any and all suggestions you have for me. I'll be posting my workout and game stats as much as possible.