Thanks guys, first time doing anything like this. I had designed a diet and program for the owner of the gym a few months back (actually he owns a few gyms, this one was the former Golds that he bought and really pumped some $ into), helping him lose 8 lbs his first month, and still making a ton of progress. Eventually I made buddies with the different trainers there, and helping their clients with their dietary programs as well as their own (head trainer coming off of a lay-off and surgery, so he's hiring me to supervise his program).
Obviously I won't be able to address everyone's individual dietary #s like I do with actual clients, but I've got a pretty good outline where I'll talk about different diets and the pros and cons of each, variables to be concerned with when trying to lose bodyfat without muscle loss, common mistakes people make in terms of diet and training/cardio when attempting body recompositions etc.
And of course I'll field any questions people may have about specifically what I do as far as my own approach to training and diet when getting ready for competition.
A few people have inquired about recording it, but to be honest, I'm thinking that afterwards, I'll probably realize many topics I could have included, and ammend the outline. If all goes well, I know the gym would love me to do this on a regular basis. The owner and I have spoken about monthly seminars for competitors (going over posing etc) as well. I know that when people get me going, I can run my mouth for a very long time, so I'm going to try to touch on the important basic stuff, delve into a bit for serious comeptitors as well as the more 'average' person, and then take questions.
Afterwich, I'll be grabbing a workout (seriously awesome gym, so if you come for the seminar, definitely bring your training gear!), and then probably hitting the IHOP down the road (all T-Folk are invited of course!)