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Meathead Profile: Raul Rodriguez

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Bio:

I was born in Mexico City, currently living in San Luis Obispo. I am fresh out of high school student planning to attend Cuesta College this fall to complete my General ed' s and hope to transfer into San Fransisco state in the next 2 years where i wish to pursue my psychology major. On my free time, I enjoying going to the gym, going for a run, or just hanging out with friends and family at the beach, park or anywhere that is outdoors. Throughout high school i ran in cross country, played soccer, and lifted, while three years in a row we were champions in the Pac 7 meet, racing against schools in the San Luis Obispo County. I enjoy lifting weights daily, having a bench max of 315 pounds and a squat max of 360 pounds. I enjoy going on short runs around town, and play soccer about twice a week with friends. I plan on majoring in psychology once i get out of Cuesta college in pursuit of a clinical psychologist degree. PERSONAL GOAL STATEMENT: I came to Meathead Movers because I needed a job. My goal in life is to become a Clinical Psychologist, Meathead Movers is helping me accomplish this by receiving leadership as well as people skills,

Stats:

Height:

5' 7"

Weight:

185 Lbs.

Hometown:

Mexico City, Mexico

Points:

44,102 (#12)

Position:

Mentor

Team Member Since:

2014

Last Move:

12/4/2016

Schools Attended:

San Luis Obispo High School


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