Why are people getting so caught up in the prospect of moving up the weight class?
That’s the question I asked myself last year.
I was a senior in high school, and I was hoping to get to the next level.
The best way to do that is by competing.
I didn’t want to be a junior, and there was a lot of pressure on me.
So, I wanted to get out there and compete.
I was at a disadvantage.
My weight class was pretty small, and my height was pretty short, so I struggled a little bit with my size.
I had trouble competing against some of the bigger guys in the state.
So I had to work on it a little more.
I started to get stronger and started to work harder, but I wasn’t getting any further.
I couldn’t compete at the state level.
I needed to make weight for my team.
So in the spring, I was looking at doing some workouts in the weight room.
I didn’t really have a choice.
I went into the weightroom at the start of the year and I felt really good.
I knew I was going to make it in the team, and that was what I was focused on.
But the next day, I felt like I didn�t feel good.
When I looked up, I had no weight on.
I thought I had lost some weight.
I think I lost about 50 pounds in the summer.
But I was still really in the black.
The summer of 2016.
(Courtesy of Kevin M. Sullivan/AP)After the summer, I started thinking about going to the NCAA Tournament, but the thought of going to a national championship just seemed too far away.
That�s when I really got caught up.
I really thought about leaving for good and just staying in Kansas.
I wasn�t sure what the next step would be, so all of a sudden I got a call from my father and I said, `Hey, I�ve got to stay in Kansas for a year and play at the NCAA tournament.
I�m not coming home.
I want to stay and do this and go out on my own terms.’
It was tough.
I still had a lot to learn and I had a long way to go.
But after a year of not doing anything, I took that and turned it into a year to get better.
I felt great.
I took it one step at a time.
I tried to get as far as I could with what I had.
That summer, when I got to the state championship game, I thought about taking the team to the Final Four and then to the championship game.
I got into shape and worked hard to get there.
I never thought about getting hurt.
I just kept training and trying to stay out of pain.
I went to the tournament in January.
I did pretty well in my first game, but then my back took a beating.
I lost a lot more weight that year.
Then, a couple of weeks later, my back was really bothering me, and they told me I was coming off my back.
So my body was feeling really good, and it was just a matter of time before I was back on the court.
I put in a lot harder work in the offseason.
I wanted everything I could do to stay healthy, so the whole offseason I worked out at the gym and tried to work out at my own pace.
My strength training was really important to me.
I loved the game of football and I really loved to play, so every day was a goal for me.
I got really excited when I was asked to run the 100 meters in a 40-yard dash.
I’m a big guy, so that was something that was really exciting to me to do.
I have a great coach, and when I came to the University of Kansas, he gave me a great opportunity.
I saw the future, and then I saw what I could become.
My father had always said that I could be a great running back.
I said I was excited.
I would be proud to play running back, and after that, I really started to think about how I could improve my technique.
I worked on my hand placement and my technique and everything that I did in my offseason.
I think it’s going to be really interesting to see how far I can go.
I feel like I�ll be able to do some things that are really exciting.
My coaches, along with the coaches at Kansas, have really worked on getting me ready for that.
It’s going be a very different year for me than the one I had last year when I started my freshman year, so it�s going to take a lot for me to get back to where I was.
But I�re excited about that.
I know I can do it.
I don�t want to say I am a lock, but my coaches and the coaches on my team have made it so easy for me and I know they are going to