So I decided this year I would try to wrestle for my school team, which is one of the best in the state. I started my first "pre-wrestling" class today, it is basically to get you prepared for wrestling season. And God damn, it was one of the hardest things I've ever done. This was my first time doing any real sport, I've never done any sports after school thanks to my careless parents about my health. So the coach took it really easy on us, we just did warmups and ran around for a bit which I lasted through it like pretty much nothing, we wrestled which I enjoyed a lot, and then we got to sprints which is absolutly the hardest thing I've ever done. We only did about 25, in our highschool we do about 100, and I barely survived the 25. I know the logical answer to my problem would be to practice my sprints, but I didn't enjoy wrestling that much to tell you the truth, I enjoyed the explosiveness in the beginning, but that was about it. I've done a bit of BJJ with my brother when he trained for a while, he taught me some stuff and I enjoy that type of grappling a lot more, but unfortunately I cannot afford $90 a month to start it. Also, wrestling practice at my school is about 6 times a week, 7 times sometimes. It is very time consuming, and I am debating on whether it is worth it or not, what do you think?