We have a ton of cool stuff in the works including site updates, webinars and other goodies. All that stuff is intended to help you on your journey to Paleo Bad-assery. My goal is to make all that support material as accessible and practical (even fun?) as possible. The site has grown incredibly in the past year, I think we shot as high as 10 listeners on the podcast for a month or two, and with this increase in site traffic has come a huge increase in folks looking for consults. Although I think 95% of people can get everything they need from the site, book and podcast, some folks just want more attention and or have a special circumstance…they are Unique Snowflakes. No problemo and here is what we’ve done to help as many people as we can: We’ve brought on top-notch coaches and professionals to provide consulting for whatever situation you may need. As you will see these folks have worked with Olympic and World champions from a variety of sports. If you are going to pay for program design, nutrition plans or training advice it makes sense to go to folks who have not just a history of success, but have worked with some of the best people in the world. So, without further ado, here are the new additions to the team:
Amy Kubal RD
You have likely seen Amy on the forum, on FaceBook, in the comments or at her blog, Fuel As Rx. Man this girl gets around! Amy has worked with Joe Friel’s world famous endurance athletes, and is currently coaching Olympic hopeful, Ursula Grobler as she looks to turn her recent 2K world record erg performance into a gold medal. Check out Amy’s bio here and check on her availability for consults.
Greg is not just a big dude, he is a big dude who is Co-founder of the Performance Menu, owner of Catalyst Athletics Gym, and author of what is generally regarded to be the best English language book on Olympic Weightlifting: Olympic Weightlifting: A complete guide for Athletes and Coaches. Greg is a phenomenal coach and can help you with everything from individualized training programs for athletics, to constructing effective training for your microgym or personal training practice. Check here for Greg’s bio and availability.
When you read Glen’s bio and consider he has published 15 books on the martial arts, you wonder where he found the time to become a world champion MMA fighter and my occasional Jiu-jitsu coach. Well, Glen gets a lot done! Glen is a perfectionist in his training and this has brought him to not only a remarkably high level of aptitude in the various disciplines comprising MMA, but he is a phenom in the the gym as well. Glen has turned a 275lb clean and jerk and a PERFECTLY executed “fight Gone Bad” WOD, with the paltry score of 437 points. All at a body weight of 170lbs. Glen can help you with the technical elements of your martial arts or design a strength & conditioning schedule to optimize your performance, prevent injury and generally kick ass. Here are a few of Glen’s books: