I want to become a fitness guru based on the following premise:
The body will adapt to do its daily routine in the most efficient way possible in a whole body, holistic manner.
What are the implications of this? Suppose we want to be lean and muscular. Most training programs people do are sending the body mixed messages. Suppose you try to get lean and muscular by rowing. You are telling your body to gain muscle, yes, but you are also telling your body to gain fat, as it would supply more ballast to make you row more efficiently. Of course you could override this by going on a calorie restricted diet, but that would suck. A better way would be to select an exercise, say climbing a rock face, which would tell the body to both gain muscle and lose fat at the same time. This would cause the body to, for example, regulate your appetite so you wouldn't have to struggle with dieting. Or at least that is my premise.
So with this in mind, how do we design a daily routine to get lean and muscular? A few thought are:
Bodyweight only exercises, both aerobic and anaerobic at the same time, whole body workouts with whole body exercises with the body moving through space several times a week. Within the context of this callisthenic workout, we would focus on muscle building rather than balance.
Some questions with this arise:
1. What is a good name for this concept? Maybe "Form Follows Function Training"?
2. How could I spin this concept, which I have just explained above, out into a media empire?
3. What are some ways to market and monetise the concept?
Body type is determined by genetics, including things like muscle mass, muscle attachment or bone structure. It can be changed artificially somewhat with lots of effort and an unnatural diet, with often detrimental side effects, and still, a stocky guy with a body ideal for wrestling or weight lifting will never turn into a lean rock climber or long distance runner.
It is perfectly possible to change your body type. I've done it. How about you demonstrate your level of expertise on the subject by posting your picture. I bet it would be immediately apparent why taking you seriously on the subject of fitness would be even more insane than taking you seriously on the subject of anything else.
Somatotypes are an arbitrary classification. When people talk about making transformations in fitness they are talking about gaining muscle, gaining function, losing fat etc. to a great extent, which happens all the time. You couldn't be expected to know that of course.
The only way fitness guru's can make money is by selling something (like an ebook). People like to believe they can make changes but they are too lazy to take any action so selling something like an ebook plays into the believe part. But before worrying about the making money part you should study the characteristics of other people that make content about fitness and more importantly you should make sure you are fit.
I can see you provide some sort of value from your fitness strategy but this alone isn't enough to be a successful influencer.
The danger of having a good idea is that someone more charismatic than you can take your idea, and now he will be the one people gravitate to. But I think if you can demonstrate you are more knowledgeable about the idea than others then there is value in that. I would just call the idea "functional training".
Modern scum like Allen, the humorless arrogant idiot has a hard time grasping the concept of empiricism. They think everything is a tabula rasa that can be shaped into anything else, including human beings.
It can't make you happy to embarrass yourself by commenting on things you clearly know nothing about and try to drag others down into the sewer with you, so why do it? Everyone reading this knows you know nothing about fitness and have nothing to contribute, same as with every other topic. It is very strange that people like you want to further humiliate yourselves when life and circumstances have done so much to humiliate you already. Like I said before, you would be happier playing video games.
Can no-one think of a sexier name that "form follows function" training. Like I said, "functional training" already has an accepted meaning. I should start a YouTube channel on the subject over the next few days.