Hey everyone. I am a sophomore in highschool and am new here. I am a first year wrestler, and an experienced weightlifter. Recently, the idea of becoming a SEAL started to appeal to me, and now its my ultimate goal.

I am in need of some nutritional advice. I want to reach my physical potential for wrestling. This includes low amount body fat to make weight, and impressive endurence and strength to outdo my opponents. I weigh 152 pounds currently but I am interested in bulking up to 160 before next season. I want to be pure muscle, and maintain an extremely low body fat percentage: its steady at about 9% right now.

My plan is this. I will wake up before school, and run 2 miles every at an 8:30 pace on Mon, Wed, and Fri. On Tue, Thur, and Sat, I will also wake up early and do suicides to build up stamina and endurence. Directly afterward I will do sets of pullups, pushups, situps, and jumping jacks. Then I will go to school. As soon as school ends, I will take 1.5 scoops of SuperPump 250 and go to weightlifting practice (wrestling season ended, so I only go to tournaments on weekends). On Wednesdays and Saturdays I will skip weightlifting go to my local YMCA too and swim. Sunday is a recover day.

Once dinner is over, I will do a disk of P90x. I have completed the system before, so the workouts aren't groundbreaking for me. That said, I do make them extra challenging by using heavy weights, going faster etc.

So an average day for me consists of 3 workouts. Running and basic exercises in the morning, Weightlifting or Swimming in the afternoon, and P90x after dinner. I have had little experience with nutrition and every website seems to say something different. So what would you recommend I eat for meals and snacks? Keep in mind that I still have to make weight. Right now, I eat about 2400 calories a day, 50% complex carbs, 30% proteins (including a Whey Protein shake), 20% carbs, and 1.5 scoops of Super Pump 250.

Any advice on what/how much to eat to achieve maximum results? How do I achieve maximum potential in strengh endurence, whereas my opponent will be exausted and I have bearly broken a sweat? And does anybody have any advice on building enough will-power to not slack off on the nutrition plan?