Costa Mesa, CA, November 14, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- My Mad Methods, an online fitness community and print magazine promoting unconventional training methods, has launched an online poll trying to find the trainer that has had the greatest impact on fitness enthusiasts, athletes, soldiers & law enforcement, and other personal trainers. The online poll, titled “The Most Interesting Trainer in the World” generated almost 5,000 votes within one week of launching.
“At My Mad Methods, we really appreciate the support and contributions of qualified unconventional trainers,” stated Mark de Grasse, owner and editor of MyMadMethods.com and the My Mad Methods Magazine. “This poll was created as a fun way for trainees to support the people that have made the biggest impact on their personal performance; as far as I’m concerned, all the trainers in the poll are very interesting.”
The trainers on “The Most Interesting Trainer in the World” poll include: Steve Cotter, Shawn Mozen, Jon Hinds, Tom Furman, Steve Maxwell, Mike Mahler, Hit Richards, Lauren Brooks, Greg Mihovich, Sincere Hogan, and John Wild Buckley. Each trainer has considerable qualifications and experience, has trained thousands in the United States and beyond, and has put a substantial amount of effort in providing trainees with workshops, DVDs, books, articles, and other information.
The trainer that receives the most votes will be featured on the cover of the December 2010 Issue of the My Mad Methods Magazine, a special feature in the magazine, and a dedicated page on MyMadMethods.com throughout 2011. Several of the trainers have already contributed articles for the My Mad Methods Magazine, they include Jon Hinds, Tom Furman, Mike Mahler, Lauren Brooks, Greg Mihovich, Sincere Hogan, and John Wild Buckley.
The online poll started on October 25, 2010 and will continue through November 22, 2010. The winner will be announced (along with the cover of the My Mad Methods Magazine December 2010 Issue) on November 30, 2010. If you’re interested in voting, go to http://mymadmethods.com/community/online-polls.
My Mad Methods LLC is an online fitness community (www.MyMadMethods.com) and print magazine (My Mad Methods Magazine) concerning Unconventional Training Methods like kettlebells, sandbags, macebells, Indian Clubs, and more. The My Mad Methods Magazine has subscribers in over a dozen countries and grows with each new issue featuring contributions by additional contributors and specialists.
“We’re happy to see that so many people have been impacted enough by these trainers to vote in the online poll,” stated Mark de Grasse, owner of My Mad Methods. “In addition to tons of information about the winner of the online poll, the December 2010 Issue of the My Mad Methods Magazine is going to have more articles, workouts, and features than any other issue to date.”