It's not just about the food!

In high school my mother used to warn me that I had tunnel vision.  And she was 100% right…

I believe the first time my mother warned me of the dangers of becoming too focused on one thing was during wrestling season in high school.  I got a late start in the sport – in fact, I never stepped foot on a wrestling mat until my freshman year in high school.  Soon, wrestling became extremely important to me and I had to make up for lost time since some of the people I was competing against had been wrestling since, well, when they could walk.  Full dedication to the sport of wrestling shaped my world view, arranged my priorities for me and became my identity.  In my sophomore year of high school, I was so focused on becoming the best wrestler I could be I decided to fully commit myself and wrestle year-round.  And, it worked!  By the time I was a senior, I was getting recruited by a number of Division I colleges. 

Bill Wrestling