Bobo's vs Swolecat's programs

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  1. I am just curious what BoBo thinks of IA's and SC's programs??

    I mean didn't IA used to have a banner on this site advertising his training??


  2. Bobo I think what your programs need is cool, trippy names for the programs with flashing lights on the website. Thats the biggest difference between you and the other guys.

    Bobo's XCALIBUR pLAn!

    BoBoz CIENtIfIc CaLoRiC XPendITUR

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  3. Quote Originally Posted by jeep69
    I am just curious what BoBo thinks of IA's and SC's programs??

    I mean didn't IA used to have a banner on this site advertising his training??
    I don't know, I have never trained with them...





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  4. Do you take foreign clients as well, Bobo? I was wondering because it seems to me telephone costs would be a bit high, or do you communicate mainly through mail?

  5. International clients are through email because of cost and time differences.
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  6. Yeah that makes sense. I need to start saving..

  7. I am planning on joining up later this year when I am back at college with a gym next door. Only problem is the diet is never very good during the year, you can't exactly get what you want when you eat at their lunch places. Thats my only problem, but I would love to learn the exercising part and then next summer get some dieting info.

  8. The diet part takes preperation and in the end is cheaper than what most college meal plans are now a days - there is no reason you cant do the diet during school, it actually would teach you how to budget your time a little better - very few healthy things come out of dorm food. Freshamn 15 is no joke more like freshman 25 now a days.

  9. True dat

    When you HAVE to structure your life in order to accomplish what is necessary you will do it and become efficient at it. I'm finally getting the hang of prepping my food at night and cooking it in the mornings, etc.

    It sucks, but I've been doing it. I prep all night and when I set my alarm to go off 1 hr before I "have" to get up, I go, put everything on (have auto-shutoff on oven and rice cooker) and go back to sleep

  10. Well mine was more like freshmen 10, but I got rid of that at the end of the year, my metabolism was much better than. It seems it has taken its turn since freshmen year. Well I have a meal plan for the first semester, so maybe second Ill get off it. My only problem is I am still in a dorm and there is much area for cooking. I have a fridge (small), microwave, and a george forman grill, so stoves are what I am wondering about.

  11. Quote Originally Posted by Bobo
    The hardest part is sticking to it and that is more your own discipline than the complexity of the plan.

    There are no magic beans, magic exercises, magic programs but when you have a sold foundation for all of them it sure can seem like magic.
    I'm a good example of that. I've let my job get in the way too many times.

  12. Whoa Bobo's is $250??? It says $300 on the site... i'll be damned

  13. Quote Originally Posted by bda55
    Do you take foreign clients as well, Bobo? I was wondering because it seems to me telephone costs would be a bit high, or do you communicate mainly through mail?
    I am, soon, to be starting his program training and nutritional programs - August 15th or 14th.

    I'm in Canada.

    Just to let you know.

  14. Quote Originally Posted by AldrichAStern
    Whoa Bobo's is $250??? It says $300 on the site... i'll be damned
    Depends on the program.

  15. Maybe Bobo and Swolecat can get together and combine their programs and call it: "The BobCat Training Method".

  16. I'd be hesitant of going with SwoleCat at this time and at least in the immediate future because he is now a sponser at John Stone Forums, which has quite lot of members that are intent on signing up. He said he has ~20 or so members prior to the sponsership and no plans on restricting clients (he said he limited it to a little over 20 because of time constraints, which he no longer has). I don't know of Bobo's specific # of clients and his cut-off, but he does have a cut off, which I'd think very important for quality communication.

    While I'm not in the market for receiving online training, I think Bobo is the only one I'd go with. I'm not rich enough to go with Berardi, and I don't see any food voodoo science from Bobo (food combining), Likness is cool but I don't need a trainer-slash-life coach, and Lyle McDonald won't accept clients (he says it's too much of a hassle).

  17. I think I'm going to hit up Bobo when I decide to cut for next summer. I've never been able to drop below a certain point on my own... so I need help on that front. Be watching for me Bobo
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