I am currently a Junior at Wright State University, studying MIS and hoping to be a graduate by Fall of 2013. The most unique thing about me, is my father and I are professional armwrestlers and compete in tournaments nationwide. I began armwrestling at an amateur level when I was 16 and consistently went Pro at age 19. Since my first time competitng, I have won Michigan State in '06 in the amateurs and have 3 Runner-Up awards in the Amateur National tournament. Last year, I took 2nd in the Ohio State Pro tournament earning cash for the placement.
I attempt to follow in my father's footsteps. as he has 40+ state titles, at least 4 National Runner-ups, and 1 World Title. Lots of technique is involved with being a competitive armwrestler, more so than strength alone.
Me (right) competitng in Virginia for a National championship. As you can plainly see, it requires alot of intensity as I illustrate here.
Strength is not everything in the sport of armwrestling; here is what is important to be a good armwrestler