Similar to other human endeavors, the success of dog training and dog behavior modification efforts involving both a dog trainer and a dog owner is dependent upon acceptance of responsibility and good communication. Here are some dog training tips and rules of the road for such situations.
Give your body time to talk to you. Your stomach needs time to send an “I’m full!” message to your brain. So, at holiday feasts, pause before filling your plate with seconds. Sit back and reflect on the joyful aspects of your celebration and consider that appreciation is a calorie-free form of nourishment.
I recommend that you try cutting weight for a particular day that you are going to train hard at your academy. You might tell your instructor that you intend to weigh X pounds by Y date, and on that date you would like him to push you hard against the other students at the academy. This will enable you to see what potential you have at that particular weight, without having much at stake. If you go into a fight at a weight that is too light (or too heavy) for you, you could end up losing a fight. Losing because you were at the wrong weight is a bad reason to lose. If your opponent is a better fighter, then all right. You need to up your game.
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You need a motivator, a personal leadership perhaps. It’s not easy to do it alone. With weights around the house you might feel compelled to do some exercise and keep that body in shape. Now if you’re out of shape its time to do some running.
Some trainees may want to fight in a higher weight class. I recommend that you check with your instructor before you make any weight changes like that. Going up in weight means that you will have a carefully prepared bodybuilding program that you will be gaining muscle. Being fat and at a higher weight class is useless.
I would recommend a high omega-3 fat, high carb, an high protein diet. This will give you the energy and strength needed to perform any workout at an optimal level. Creatine has been known to dramatically increase muscle recovery, meaning you are not sore as long after a workout. This translates into more workout time instead of resting while sore.