So all the invites for the online weight cutting seminar have been sent out so if you are interested and didn’t get an ‘invite’ then you better hit me up.
I am going to go through in detail how to cut weight for competition and most importantly…how to do so without having a negative impact on your performance. I will also be discussing how to efficiently and effectively ‘reconstitute/replenish’ yourself afterwards.
This is the method that I’ve implemented with athletes to safely and effectively lose over 12kg’s in a week and over 8kg in the final 6hrs before weigh in.
It will be at 8am Sunday morning Melbourne time, 9pm Saturday night Dublin time, 5pm Saturday in New York and 2pm in Los Angeles.
You’ll need to find me here:
So as I am sure you’ve all already guessed…I’ve been busy hatching a plan. I have a few things on the go with a grand plan in mind…let me run something by you all…consider this as an example…I have started filming some material to go along with an article I’ve written on flexibility, mobility and stability….the more I’ve done the more I’ve decided to do and haven’t decided exactly where I am going to draw the line on it yet. What my plan for the future is as follows…write an article in this case on flexibility, mobility and stability. Upload a video to go along with it. Then to make a time to have a Q&A on Google+ to deal with peoples questions, queries and to get into specifics along with giving some solutions to what has been raised. Then be able to put it all together as a ‘package of posts’ if that makes sense?
Now the above example is pretty wide ranging so I thought I might try it out with something very specific…in this I thought I’d begin with ‘weight cutting’ for martial arts i.e the best way to ‘make weight’ and then replenish yourself before you fight. To look at nutrition in the week of the weight cut, hydration and superhydration, supplementation, training and then thermogenic water loss (bath and sauna).
If you are interested in this then let me know and I will put you on an ‘invite’ list and we’ll work out a time this week.
So weight cutting is going to be my ‘practice’ example and give me a chance to work the bugs out privately and then after that is done we’ll move on to flexibility, mobility and stability….then perhaps resistance training programming or MMA training or maybe I will make up a list of topics and run a poll see what most people are interested in and do it that way,
I’d be interested in reading your thoughts?
Quick question…particularly for those of you that are consumers of strength and conditioning/health and fitness info on the interwebz.
I’ve been writing this weekend on flexibility, mobility and stability and while doing so I’ve been thinking about the videos that I need to make and or find to accompany the article which got me thinking about whether I should just make ‘video articles’ or whatever you might want to call them?
I was thinking…I am not like everyone else and I don’t have to pepper my articles with product placement and the like so I was thinking it might be more interesting and more informative if I did the articles as mini presentations/tutorials?
That I could do a series on flexibility, mobility and stability. A series on rehab and prehab principles and practice. Then on strength testing and conditioning testing. Then when I post a IP program I could do a ‘run through’ of the program and point out the important coaching points.
That way when people have questions or queries I can just attach a video response where appropriate. Tag them all and build up a video library.
So do people have a preference as to how they get their info? Or could you all care less?