I was wondering if anyone could speak about the levels of support they receive from Christian in terms of nutrition and training to go along with indigo. I realize he’s really busy, and it seems like it might keep him from reaching all the questions in the indigo project.
So with that said, I was wondering as far as personalization of programs and nutrition. As far as, any specific dietary needs, training around injury, equipment restrictions, and so forth.
I’m really impressed at this point in time, and thinking about throwing my chips in to help maximize my performance since I’m coming out of retirement from hockey.[/quote]
From what I’ve seen of CT’s (and CS) involvement with the Indigo guys, their guidance and time alone would make it worth the money, and you also may have a chance to go to Colorado…
If I wasn’t poor as fuck and had to deal with a 100% mark up on the prices due to living in the UK I would definitely buy it.[/quote]
Yeah I can see that, but would prefer to hear the feelings of the actual trainees preferably to see if my programming can be modified and designed with any in season bumps, injuries, or special factors that take place. And “eat more carbs” isn’t a nutrition program. I can’t say I’ve read through the logs to get a better idea on nutrition advice and everything, but that’s all I really see in the livespill. I know I’d probably need some coaching/advice as far as in-season solutions and such.
And does the coaching require that I follow the ANACONDA Prrotocol? I mean I can dish out for coaching / Indigo-3G, but sorry I can’t afford to not buy my protein in bulk at this moment.