How to Build an Alpha Body

It’s not about what you need to do or have, it’s about knowing what type of person you want to become. Mark Ottobre shares his wisdom that can teach you to find your healthy identity.

In this video you’ll learn:

  • The formula to be, do, and have.
  • The four factors you need to build your healthy identity.
  • The evolution of the food we eat.

Full title: How To Create an Alpha Body – The Simple Science of Looking Good Naked

About the speaker:

“Mark Ottobre started his journey to success as “The Fat Kid”. At school he had the nick name ‘Pork Chops’ and was told by a teacher that ‘on of a scale of 1 to 10 in useless lumps he was an 11!’

At the age of 14 he fell into the category of gym goers “trying to lose weight”. It wasn’t until the age of 15 that he was introduced to bodybuilding and found the necessary tools to transform his mind, body and life forever.

Today, Mark specialises in training both fitness champions and regular folks to achieve extraordinary body transformations in the shortest time possible.

Mark has trained champion bodybuilders and physique competitors including a 2 time Ms Olympia and a Mr and Ms Australia, as well as top models, athletes and other high achievers. Mark is proud to be known for his no-nonsense approach to health, fitness and nutrition.

He is a fearless advocate of the ‘The Champions Diet’ which has been used with 1000′s of people across the world to build lean, healthy and strong bodies by focusing on nutrition density and smart food choices.

Mark has taught at the Australian Institute of Fitness (AIF), has written for T-Nation, Muscle Mag and Natural Bodz Magazine.

He is a Poliquin PICP coach and BioSignature Practitioner and well versed in personal development learning from John Demartini and a certified NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming) Master Practitioner.”

One comment

  1. As a regular viewer of the 21convention I did not found this speech coherent with many of the other ideas presented.
    First of all, why eat every three hours. This does not rhyme with Mark Sissons ideas neither does it with the speeches on intermittant fasting (which by the way is also receiving increasing attention in the bodybuilder community). Also as a relative advanced trainee I find it hard to agree on the fact that you should change training regimens every four weeks. This again does not coincide with the ideas presented by Doug Mcguff and Drew Bay. After their speech I read the book ‘body by science’ and have been training based on high intensity concepts. I didn’t change my training ever since, but keep on increasing the weights bits by bits as argued by Doug Mcguff would be the case. Also, training the intensity that Drew Baye advocates, the here recommended 4 days a week clearly is too often. Finally the idea that you obviously shouldn’t eat butter with a spoon or something is pretty much directly contradicted by Dave Asprey on this site.
    I am obviously a fan of the convention and nothing but respect for the accomplishments of Mark, but these inconsistencies leave a man wandering in contradictionary believes. Especially when striving for the ideal body (a search on which the convention helped a lot).

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