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04-25-2012, 11:32 AM
My son is a 5x state qualifier and over the last 6 years I have watched him starve himself at times to make weight! I can honestly say he doesn't always do it the right way not matter how much we as parents say to them and show them how to manage their weight so they don't have to cut weight the wrong way! They don't listen because they will do anything to make weight. I have watch my son come home and go to bed so he doesn't smell food or have to be around it. You can also see the affects it has on him during his matches he is tired and weak! I had tried several different things to help him out but nothing really worked until last year I did come up with a product that helped him out so he was getting the right daily nutritional value that also didn't make him gain weight or loss muscle it actually help promote lean muscle growth. Just so everyone know this is NOT a diet pill or diet supplement! Taking a product like that is not healthy for our kids so I am not promoting anything like that. This product is heart healthy and is backed by doctors and medical professional. If you want more information so you can check it out please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
04-26-2012, 07:21 PM
What I want you to do is not allow your CHILD to cut weight and go to bed and not eat, he is a child and does NOT have options like that, what you need to do is tell him to do is eat, train, and work hard, and what happens happens, if he refuses to do as you say, you being the adult here the he does NOT wrestle,sign him up for soccer. To use the word starve and go to bed and not eat is a injustice to wrestling and what it means to train and work hard for wrestling! You as a parent need to not negotiate with a child and lay the law down,
04-27-2012, 08:08 AM
I totally agree ttwo0603.
04-27-2012, 08:26 AM
you need fuel to run the car. Plain and simple. You are going to get out of it what you put into in. You are obviously putting in the work to be a 5x qualifier. So you need to be the complete wrestler and eat right as well. You have until next season to be at weight. Look realisticly at what weight you want to compete at with a off season of training (lifting, open mats, conditioning, and camps) determine (roughly) how much natural growth your body will develop and then eat accordingly. Don't forget, you are a growning boy. You can always do something such as weight watchers that gives a point value to food to monitor what you eat. Be conscience of what your eating...
good luck and make it to the podium next year.
04-28-2012, 02:57 PM
I think you respondents are missing the mark here. mbarrett is using this forum to solicit whatever product it is that he is trying to sell, which in MHO is inappropriate for this forum.
04-28-2012, 03:32 PM
agree this is not a sales site!
05-01-2012, 08:19 AM
AHHH, your right, I didn't read it all. Duh! Yes, not the place.
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