Method: Force Velocity Training Protocol coupled with the Concentrated Carb Dosing Regimen. 4 Week cycles.
Prescribed Modus Operandi: Adherence to the strict training protocol and nutritional regimen. Weekly food and training journals along with Bi-weekly progress reports, measurements, and photographs.
Introducing the Test Subjects:
I enjoy yoga, running, hiking, dancing (especially Swing and Latin styles), climbing…..really anything that keeps me active. I also love to sing, and am currently singing with a band in the area.
I love to be challenged, but my weakness is that sometimes, when left to my own devices, I don’t challenge myself enough. This is partially due to not alw
ays knowing how to progress (when to lift what and how much, etc.). There are so many schools of thought regarding when and how to eat and work out that it’s easy for me to get lost in it all. Despite my current efforts, definition in certain areas of my body (especially my abdomen) have hit a plateau. I want to prove the plateau wrong.
My fitness goals are to improve my strength, stamina and muscle definition, but just as importantly, to continue challenging and bettering myself, physically and mentally.
I`m Italian, I live in Roscoe Illinois, where we moved 6 years ago.
Sport has always been a passion of mine and I`ve been very active for
most of my life: I`ve practiced fencing, skiing, cross country skiing,
rock climbing and mountain biking.
In 2007 I discovered kettlebells and they quickly became my passion.
I started training on my own in the basement to get ready for RKC I.
In 2009 I became certified RKC II and in 2010 I attended the CK-FMS.
In January 2011 I opened a small strength facility in Roscoe.
I’m interested in this program because I want to see the impact that this training protocol combined with this diet will have on myself, both in terms of energy level and of body composition.
Where Do We Go From Here?
Until then, enjoy these hellish metcon complexes. Best served with a vomit bag.