At long last and after far too many requests, I will be offering online consultations going forwards.
I am not currently offering long-term coaching.
Each consultation will be 60 minutes long and done on Zoom (preferred) or Skype (if we must).
Topics I am most able to cover are
Training (including exercise technique to a limited degree)
Women’s issues and physiology
Topics I am not able to address
Performance enhancing drugs (except perhaps some fat loss drugs)
Specific medical conditions
After you make your purchase, you will receive an email with the link to fill out a pre-consultation questionnaire. If it does not arrive, please check your spam/trash folder. If it has still not arrived, contact me at support @bodyrecomposition.com.
After you fill out your questionnaire, I will send you the link to schedule the consultation via Zoom or Skype (if we must). If I have a particular backlog, I will contact you to let you know how long it may be before I can schedule the consultation.… Keep Reading
So last Wednesday I put up my analysis of the new Barbalho et. al paper on training volume in men, basically an identical study to the one they did on women. Given it’s methodological superiority, I once again compared it to Brad’s paper.
As expected Brad and James made typical guru-deflections over my comments. Because dismissing criticism out of hand is always easier than addressing it honestly or examining your own limitations or trying to actually fix them.
Since the discussion was time limited (it still went 90 minutes), there were some things in the middle that weren’t addressed. More than that, it would have just lengthened it to go in circles. So I’m using this platform to talk about them. Mike can do the same.
First, one very important comment, in much of this I have been spelling Mike’s last name wrong, as Isratel. It wasn’t deliberate, just a mistake. It’s Israetel and I will make efforts in the future to get it right. I certainly meant to mention this in the debate and hope I did. Already the memories fade. But I wanted to make that correction.… Keep Reading