I figured since TC recently voiced his opinion on what he would like to see on T-Nation I think we should fire back and tell HIM what we would like to see. So T-Nationer, sound off and let them know what you want to see more of and what you want to see less of ARTICLE wise. I’m sure there are countless areas that trainees would like to see covered more, or at all. Well, let them know it!
I’ll start it off…
This guy has had contact and worked hand and hand with some of the top athletes in college. There has to be a WEALTH of information he has inside. How did they train? What was your role with them? Pre-season prep and in-season training, what did they do for various sports? What elses beside cow tipping and the jungle is there up at Uconn?
I see he’s making a T-Nation comeback article. That’s GREAT news for the site. I’m looking forwards to it.
Here’s a guy that has worked with a TON of high school and college athletes directly. He’s squatted a grand, built like a brick shit house, funny as all hell and has lifting tips coming out of his ears. I should know, I heard him go on for almost an hour about little things that enable you to more more weight.
He would be great for the guys that are already moving big weight but need to squeeze that little bit out to break through barriers. He’s know outside of T-Nation but he should be know inside it way more than he is. He really knows his shit.
I’m sure the community would LOVE to see detailed Oly article. One that covers the lifts accompanied with video snippets that demonstrate it.
He’s covered diet advice and the psychological side of it how about a few articles for the other side of the spectrum, the people who are afraid to eat. We’ve seen TONS of people who are afraid to eat more than rice cakes and 10g’s of protein on here. They’re asking questions on how they should go about cutting when they weigh 135lbs at a height of 6’3". Those people have eating disorders also, not just overweight people.
There are a lot of strongmen trainers and wannabees on here yet there haven’t been many articles specifically written for them.
Same goes for the new found insurgence of MMA hopefuls. There have been a few scattered here and there recently but you got GSP now. Get his ass on here and have him detail how he weight trains for his sport and specifically how he goes about getting ready for specific fights.
I’m guessing there are a lot of athletes on here that would know more about psychological approaches to their sports and how they can overcome barriers that hold them back from performing at the levels they know they can. Get some interviews and articles from some of the top sports psychologists out there. A VERY high number of the top athletes that have ever been have employed them.
I’m sure others can add plenty to this short list but I think this is a good start. T-Nation, let them know what YOU want!