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The Gurus Training Guide

Scitec Nutrition have teamed up with world leading physique coach Mark Coles and IFBB pro Ryan John Baptiste to give you the Guru's training guide. The complete program designed to help you push further than ever before.This unique training program is supported by workout videos to take you through step by step the best way to execute each exercise. Listen as Mark and Ryan take you through the program and get you pushing harder and further.

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INTRODUCING THE GURUS

MARK COLES

NAME: MARK COLES
LOCATION: NOTTINGHAM & LONDON

UKBFF BODYBUILDER & EDUCATOR

CAREER HIGHLIGHT:
CREATING AND LAUNCHING THE
PHYSIQUE COACH EDUCATION
PROGRAMME

 

As a physique coach and businessman I have always had one main focus, to never stop moving forwards. Along side coaching clients, I have also coached hundreds of trainers over the years. The work I have done with trainers, finally lead to me creating and launching the Physique Coach Education programme in 2016. My goal with the programme is to leave a legacy of change in the fitness industry. To raise the level of coaching in the UK, and across the world.

 

RYAN JOHN-BAPTISTE

NAME: RYAN JOHN-BAPTISTE

LOCATION: LONDON

 

IFBB PROFESSIONAL BODYBUILDER

SPORTING HIGHLIGHT:
WINNING MY PRO CARD IN 2014

FINISHING 11th IN THE 2016 OLYMPIA

 

Being a Transformation/Contest Prep coach

I started in this industry being a Level 3 Personal trainer in London in 2004, really learning my basics of my trade and the fitness industry. When I decided to compete this really opened up the avenues to my business model and I really started to experience what it takes to compete and then pass this on to my clients. I am lucky to have been able to literally have helped hundreds of clients in the past 12 years, very grateful to be in this position, my aim is to continue to help others reach their fullest potential.

Gurus Top tips

MARKS TOP 3 TRAINING TIPS

  1. Focus on training relevant to your experience. If you’re new to training, start at the beginning. You have plenty of time to get to the hard stuff. If you fail to start at the right place, you won’t make half the progress.
  2. Muscles aren’t the same level of strength throughout their entire range. Therefore it’s essential that you vary your exercises, to give your muscles chance to be overloaded at different parts.
  3. We are all bio mechanically different, therefore you need to adapt machines or exercises to suit your structure. Some people can squat down with their feet relatively narrow and be able to remain stable. Other people have to take a wider foot stance to be able to maintain a stable position. Don’t just copy when everyone else does, learn about your own body and how it functions.