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Posted: 2010-08-10 16:13:55
fast way to lose 7kg in 2 weeks?
The Crippler
Posted: 2010-08-11 06:36:53
10% of your bodyweight? Is it day before weigh in?
Posted: 2010-08-11 10:00:24
yeah its day before weigh in ,i am looking to find out a way to do it ,thanks
The Crippler
Posted: 2010-08-11 16:50:31
Check your Email bud.
Mick Crossland
Posted: 2010-08-15 11:14:09
Crippler. Ive got 13kg to lose in 4 weeks. I have a fair idea what to do and have done slightly less in similar time but i respect your knowledge and wondered if you know of anything i'm not doing. Any chance you could email me the same info? My emails on my profile. My main concern is getting the water cutting right as i'm planning on dropping 4kg on the week of the fight with a day before weigh in. Any help and extra info would be greatly appreciated...
chris podesta
Posted: 2010-08-17 06:40:33
i would like the same email please, would help for future refrence.thanks
Posted: 2010-08-24 05:52:36
Id be really interested in this info also!

If you could send it to me too it would be most appreciated!

the fug
Posted: 2010-08-26 03:23:09

i would really like the info aswell please if ya could.

much appreciated
Posted: 2010-08-30 16:37:40
Any chance u could send me the same info crippler, thanks
Posted: 2010-09-06 03:23:01
very intrigeed can u send me details pls email is on my profile thanks
Posted: 2010-09-11 19:28:09
Can I too lol -

thanks mate
ryan lyall
Posted: 2010-09-12 11:52:07
aye that info would be good if u could send me it 2
Posted: 2010-09-12 13:47:52
David Mc
Posted: 2010-09-12 17:14:54
can you post the info on here if possible that would be great if not could I please have a

Thanks in advance
David Fairfield
Posted: 2010-09-13 14:24:20
Since everyone else is having it I will too
The Crippler
Posted: 2010-09-13 19:16:30
Hi!! Sorry for the delayed posts. I've been a little busy lately with both making a fight comeback/recovering/training for my next fight and working with my business partners to get ready to launch one of our new 'products' which is the BodyPhysics Fat Loss System.

Guys, while I love all fighters and people who are committed to living healthy; I am happy to give snippets of advice and point people in the "correct (IMHO)" direction in nutrition, fitness & conditioning....... its some what unfortunate that its what I do as a business.

The devil is in the detail of most things.
We are still working very hard on the completion & presentation of the Fat Loss System booklet.
We have worked hard to test the theories and practices.
It would be completely unfair to my partners or clients to give all the indepth information & help free of charge (not to mention financial suicide).

However, give a bit of time and I'll give you the basics, it should at least get you started or thinking in a slightly different way.... To be honest, its nothing that isn't already out there in the public domain, its just completed, packaged & delivered in one step & in our way.

Chok Dee.

the celt
Posted: 2010-09-13 21:46:29

I would love the basics Paul,

Thanks Bud,

David Mc
Posted: 2010-09-29 15:06:17
whens the book out for sale I dont mind paying for it thats for sure.
Posted: 2010-10-08 07:31:42
can i have it aswell and do i have to pay lolo lmao;)
Ronnie Clark
Posted: 2010-11-08 21:14:16
The way i do it...

Morning running is essential and minimum of 3 miles :)
Bran Flakes & Banana for Breakfast 8:00am

Lunch time is a plate of Pasta or Basmati Rice or Baked Potato Chicken Breast or Salmon Fillet poached 12noon

Dinner is a Baked potato and tuna mayo or Beans or the favourite is tomato soup with tuna can and pasta all in one! YUM... 4pm

Training from around 6pm or so... no eating after training if so vitality yogurt or salad or very light...

no sugar drinks, as much water as possible and also stay motivated. sweets a no go crisps aint good chocolate once a week preferably dark and also as good point is green tea :)

Hope thats a starter for yaz ;) diet first...


Much Respect

The Crippler
Posted: 2010-11-09 17:25:33
Hi Ronnie,
I agree with some of your points
Early morning exercise
No eating late evening meal
No crisps, sweets or sugary drinks

Depending on the individual, their training/work/life regime I would possible question the food choices.
All the meals will possibly lead to an insulin spike due to the high 'sugar' content, there is also a distinct lack of good fats which are vital to proper body function (apart from the Salmon & mayo) or any other natural vitamins or minerals at necessary levels.
I would also probably add at least one other meal for the day

BTW - Not saying your plan is wrong (in fact there will always be argument for & against), just voicing my personal opinion.

Chok dee

Craig Stephenson
Posted: 2011-01-07 10:27:44
Some easy adjustments can be made to that diet to prevent minimal insulin spikes.

Id go something like this

Morning Cardio

8am 50g Oats in water
40g Protein Shake

1030am Protein Shake

12pm 180g Chicken Breast with 40g Brown Rice

2.30pm Protein Shake

5pm 150g lean meat with green veg

7pm Train

Post Work Out protein shake

Before bed some casein protein or cottage cheese

stick to something like that and you wont go far wrong.
Replace baked potato with sweet potato, any rice or past must be wholemeal and if you are going to have bread, Must Must be wholemeal

hope that helps
Ronnie Clark
Posted: 2011-01-18 20:12:36
Guys I like very much... I am open for ideas... Everyone body is different but hey I like the idea of change a little... ;) sure been doing the sweet potato too... Luv it all

Much Respect

Posted: 2012-02-01 08:02:57
Just wondering, when you said no late evening meals, how late is late???

I usually go to training straight after work and so dont usually get to eat until about 7-7:30. Do you think that is too late??

Thanks :-)
Adam 'Bataz' Batley
Posted: 2012-02-03 15:05:54
My diet is pretty similar to Craig Stephenson's apart from the post workout shake.
Posted: 2012-02-05 12:18:01
Email me please:
The Anvil
Posted: 2012-07-22 09:16:52
And me too lol jumping on the band wagon cheers!!
Posted: 2012-10-05 20:14:50
all of the above neglect the requriement for adequate glycogen enrichment post evening workout. you will very rapidly end up drained. i would say ditch the daytime carbs and have them post workout. Oats am is good, then portein straight after training with a 6% carb solutionn drink and then complex carbs within an hour of training
Posted: 2012-10-06 06:27:49
I agree hawkman - most of the stuff Ive read and tried out myself would suggest that theres little to no point in having carbs during the day. Virtually all sources I know of would say to consume carbs only after training, as the only reason you want carbs in your diet at all is to restore said glycogen.

When it comes to the "wholemeal vs white" thing - wholemeals actually result in a bigger insulin spike, its just less immediate but lasts a lot longer, which is very bad. Apparently two slices of wholemeal bread results in a bigger insulin spike than two teaspoons of pure white sugar.
Posted: 2013-05-01 12:57:15
Can u send me that basics email thanks...
andy b
Posted: 2013-05-17 09:49:06
yes me too please
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