From his site.
the 5 key components:
1.Proper food intake
5.Personal assistance Throughout our training.
That just isn’t right.[/quote]
That is all APEX/NASM bullshit, it’s all linked together. It’s meant as a sales pitch to the average american citizen who doesn’t realize that there is more to health than walking for 30 minutes a day.
That being said, I use that pitch with every client I see at the gym(of course each point gets explained in further detail) and if it gets people to realize they need to eat several meals a day, and get protein at every one, or that they need to throw some iron around to help get “toned”, or that protein powder won’t kill you, fine. If it convinces them to train with me so I can help and teach them even more, perfect.
As for him, maybe he’s a tri-athlete, so being 250 pounds and benching a car isn’t his thing. That doesn’t mean he wouldn’t know how to get somebody else to that point. I don’t agree with what Lindsay Lohan has done to herslef, and I do think she was much more attractive when she had some curves, but his job was to get her to where she wanted to be, and he did it.
And, from the looks of that diet, he didn’t do too bad. I know it’s not what we “T-men” would eat, but it’s a hell of a lot better than some other shit I hear Hollywood does in order to look like that.(I say this while recognizing there is a good chance drug abuse helps her look the way she does)
If it makes you feel better to bash this guy, go ahead, he won’t read it anyway. But if you really think this guy is doing an injustice to his clients, take a step back and think where they would be without him. I think he’s doing alright.