This is a comprehensive guide to running your own successful contest prep. Based on my own personal experience as well as the thousands of clients I have worked with over the last ten plus years, I lay out all the research and strategies used to help turn athletes in to champions. There is no other comprehensive guide like this out on the market and this will be a game changer for you in your training and dieting approach to getting on stage and winning.
Content is the same as in the male cover.
There are no workout programs included in this.
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The best and only book of its kind
I'm still in the process of reading it but so far there is a lot of very useful information that will allow me to be my own coach going in to my next competition
Very helpful and it provided me with confidence and tools to coach myself for my next show. Looking forward to applying everything from this book!
Educational must have for coaches
Being a coach, I’m always looking for the best type of educational resources, courses, people to look up to and learn from. Biolayne always delivers. Never stop learning. I’m still learning new things every day after more than 10 years in the industry and Biolayne is always my first stop
Good overall info
It’s good info, although much of this is known. It’s not quite what I expected. I expected more on the coaches experiences. I was looking for how a competition coach can physically see, for example, if a higher carb or fat intake is working better for their client vs lower intake. Although I did not expect to be informed of what foods to eat, I was looking for the guidance of the weekly tweaking that coaches do. For instance, how the amount of macros and which macros should change weekly based on how the body is responding. Sometimes coaches will change up meal plans weekly and it would be great to hear about experiences and what the reasoning is behind certain changes (taking out fruit, changing from oatmeal to blueberries in a meal, going down by one egg white, etc). At what point should macros be recalculated for the competition population and how should the composition change? However, good review overall.