Muscle Nerds Level 1
Muscle Nerds Level 1 is targeted towards training General Population people to improve their overall health, quality of life, and body composition. You will leave the course with an arsenal of applicable tools to be able to utilize right away to help yourself and/or your client improve all aspects of their life and reach their goal. The course is 3 days in length, and covers topics including but not limited to the following:
– How energy is made
– What calories really mean
– How to find metabolism dysfunction
– How to unclog someones metabolism
– How to periodise training and nutrition
– Strategies for setting up long term physique training
– Supplementation for fat loss
– Biochemistry of fat loss
– Digestion and assimilation from mouth to cell
– How to apply the teachings into yours and your clients programs
– Metabolic Syndrome
Once you have complete the course, you will be added to a Post Workshop Support Forum on Facebook which we really urge you to use as much as you like. We want to give you every tool available to make sure you implement and understand everything taught – and that you continue to learn!
Muscle Nerds Level 2
This course is making it’s debut in Melbourne on November 27th, 2016. As well as it delving deeper into the topics covered in Level 1, this two day course will also cover the following topics:
– Gut Health and Function
– Inflammatory pathways and their connection to the immune system and hormones
– Training and Conditioning Program Design
– Advanced nutrition and supplementation, and integration into a complete program
– Introduction to estrogen
– Standard protocols
When It’s Not About The Food
Many people like the idea of being healthy, fit, and strong. Many people embark on training programs, and diet plans, and many of those people fail – regardless of how much they want it. Why is that? Have you ever had that unexplainable urge to binge on things you know aren’t conducive to your goals? Have you ever had the option to either get up and exercise, or stay in bed, and chosen the later? Which later leaves you with feelings of guilt?
Or perhaps if you are a coach, you see it in your clients. Where it does not matter how perfect of a plan you give them, they just don’t stick to it. Or some clients go forward and then backwards over and over again, never quite making it. Sometimes they reach a certain point and the weight goes right back on again.
More often than not, there are underlying issues that run deeper than that person just being ‘lazy’ or ‘not committed.’ ‘When It’s Not About the Food’ will delve into often unaddressed roadblocks and reasons why people self-sabotage, sometimes consciously and many times unconsciously. Human beings behaviour is at times driven by the primitive survival part of the brain, and as a trainer you need an understanding of this. ‘When It’s Not About the Food’ will also look at the impact lifestyle factors, stress, and hormones have on the ability to progress.
Human beings arguably at their most basic level are comprised of mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual aspects. Most trainers and coaches work primarily with the physical. Your clients however present with all parts of themselves, and there are many mental emotional and spiritual reasons why they may not get the results they are hoping for with you. It is therefore important that you know what to do when this happens.
Day 1 – You will learn:
-that there are unconscious behaviours in your clients that are not rationally driven / controlled
-about the roles the reptilian brain and the limbic brain can play in your clients success / failure
– that the past is present (for most of us) and what this means (experiential learning)
– the role of REM sleep in your clients achieving their goals
– the role relationship plays in supporting clients success / failure
– what to look and listen for in your conversations that would suggest emotional / trauma / psychological issues and simple questions to add into your assessment
– about emotional armouring and what to look for in physical presentation
– about the ‘Primary Storer of All Stress’ in the body, how this impacts, and what helps (experiential learning)
– how to help move clients towards reaching their goals (experiential learning)
– the role mindfulness has to play in all of this (experiential learning)
– some keys in what to do, what not to do and who to refer your clients to
Day 2 – You will learn:
-Simplified explanation of fat loss chemistry and physiology. How we explain this to clients
-A review and assessment of popular fat loss diets and their application
-A review and assessment of popular fat loss training methods and their application
-How to write effective and safe fat loss workouts, not un-realistic brotastic magazine workouts
-How to write effective and safe nutrition plans that work WITHOUT treating your client like a competitive bodybuilder.
-How to periodise training and nutrition in a manner that is realistic and sustainable for your clients
-How to write safe conditioning workouts that are fun and effective
-How to progress people from Leastmode to Beastmode
-Working around injuries and how to use progressions/regressions to keep clients moving forward
-Pre, Intra, and Post workout setups
-Supplementation for fat loss
-When and how to break the rules
-How to “pimp” your workouts so that they are effective, but also creative. Training is not just about doing work, but it’s about having fun as well
-How to blend training methods effectively
Please email info(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)musclenerds.net for registration.