Lesson Category: The Professional Athlete

Step III: You Are What You Eat

The most challenging part of this course was stage II, where you could literally feel your body changing. While it was purging out toxins you may have felt the effects of having a flu, cold or aching body.  Should you have been able to press through stage II as designed, you will be ready for …

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Step IV: Recap

By focusing on eating raw fruits and veggies, greens, beans, onions, mushrooms, berries, raw seeds and raw nuts, you just aren’t going to have enough room left for those detrimental processed foods and animal products. If you fill up on nutrient-rich, high-volume foods, you crowd out your feeling to seek those high-calorie foods you’re used …

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This course is meant for educational purposes only, and is not a substitute for or a component of a comprehensive training in medicine or dietetics or physiology, nor does it constitute medical or nutritional advice or act as a substitute for seeking such advice from a qualified health professional. This course offers health, nutritional and …

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Mobilisation Movements (30 days)

The mobilisation routine can be followed for the first 30-60 days if you have never exercised or haven’t been exercising for some time. If you do exercise regularly, these mobilisation movements will enhance your current fitness programme as they have mine. And I have been exercising for 42 years now. Follow the mobilisation sequence from …

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The Professional Athlete

Given the pressure and workload demand on professionals, you are known as a professional athlete. Not in the sense of a sport, but rather in the sense that your conditioning to perform is as important as that of a professional field athlete. On the average, professionals do not car for themselves as an athlete would. …

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Step IIIa: The Good Food List

Fruits to Enjoy  Fruits can be eaten in abundance, unless:   You have a known allergy or sensitivity to a particular fruit. The volume of fruit you’re eating is over your personal threshold of what your blood sugar regulating mechanisms can handle. Good Fruits to Include Acai berries Apple Apricot Avocado Banana Blackberries Black raspberries …

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