Don't worry info
Your reasons: "I'm doing all this work for a few reasons-wrestling, track and field, and USMC boot camp".
Doing all of the work you described is alright for the wrestling, track and field but:
If you are worrying about boot camp, forget it. No matter how fit you are or think you are, it won't be good enough for boot camp (the military branch really doesn't matter that much).
You will be considered to be a "slug" that is beneath any belief of "usefulness" and just barely worthy of "notice" except as a piece of sh.. er...ah... flesh to be molded into the perfect warrior.
If you can do 100 push-ups, you will be ordered to do 200 - if you can run the mile in 5 minutes 45 seconds, you will be pushed to do it under 5 minutes. No matter how good you are, it will never be good enough.
Being fit is not ALL bad. It WILL make it a little easier for you in the beginning phases or your training until your instructors can get a measure of your capabilities and then they will begin demanding more of you until you will begin to wonder if it was worthwhile expending all of the energy it cost you while you were still a civilian and pushed physical fitness so hard.
Don't sweat the small stuff - physical fitness is a good lifestyle choice even if you do not enter the military.