Hi Steve, My Name Is Daniel. I am 15 And i wrestle. I am in already great shape im 5'5 weighing 150, most muscle. My brother and siters fiance and I are having a contest to see who improves the most on his 4 month deployment. I already have nutrition diets and i started taking creatine to improve me and have pre workouts following protein shakes. but i need a intense workout to help me in the following categories: Bench, Deadlifts, shoulder press, and i think squats. can you give me a 9 week program to improve thoes 4 categories at the most? Preferably 5/7 day workouts, 2 day rest.
I should mention that coincidentally, I'd recently started working in the fundraising department at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (MSKCC), a top cancer hospital that my doctor was affiliated with. I wore my wig when I interviewed at Memorial in September 2008, but I didn’t mention that I had been diagnosed with cancer less than a year earlier. I wanted to be hired because I had the skills they were looking for, not my health history. Luckily, I got the job. But right after I ran my half in January, my doctor confirmed that my Hodgkin’s lymphoma was back.
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