BODYBUILDING 101 VIDEO 8: Critical Aspect of Reverse Dieting After the Contest
by Ryan Irwin on 28 Feb, 2018 - 1 comment
Thank you for the feedback and comments for the Bodybuilding 101 video series! It’s been awesome to hear others have found value in them. The goal of this online seminar has been to provide information to people who are interested or starting on their journey to competing in a physique competition or just looking to learn more about the sport.
In this eighth video of the series I talk about the CRITICAL aspect of reverse dieting after the contest. This can make or break a competitors progress, long-term strategy and health. Stay tuned for video 9 regarding contest prep budget.
If you find this helpful, please share and comment below. More videos in the series are coming soon!
See prior videos of the Bodybuilding 101 series here:
Video 1 introduction & contest format.
Video 3: What it takes to compete.
Video 4: How to accelerate contest prep.
Video 5: Category differences.
Video 6: Choosing the right competition
Video 7: Post contest strategy
Ryan has been involved in the sport of bodybuilding for 25 plus years as a competitor, judge, coach and promoter in natural bodybuilding. His hope is that you find this video series full of information that you can either use for yourself as a new or potential competitor, a seasoned veteran that can relate to many of my experiences and add to the conversation, or somebody who wants to learn more about the sport of bodybuilding is about.
For more information on physique competition, please reach out via email to: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit us on FB at https://www.facebook.com/naturaliowa/
Ryan Irwin BS, CPT
Impact Action Coaching
Natural Iowa Muscle, LLC
Certified Sports Nutrition Specialist
IPE Pro Natural Bodybuilder
Powerlifting National Champion
Office locations in Waukee and Ames
March 15th, 2018 13:59
Kevin is an inspiration to anyone who wants to believe that there are no barriers to what you can achieve, except the ones in your own mind. I’m 47, and have been bodybuilding since I was 16. I’ve chosen to do it naturally, but truly respect what Kevin has accomplished. He is doing it right in his field, and with class. He will go out as a true champion in the sport of bodybuilding. Thanks for inspiring those of us that believe in what the haters say cannot be done, Kevin.