Originally Posted by swpthleg
I have no doubt that he trains 7 days a week, but one of those days has to be easier. Even elite athletes have to allow a little time for muscle recovery.
I think it's assured that he'll be a mentor in the sport after his fight career is over.
His passion, attitude, and willingness to respect others is just beyond me. I believe it will make him a great coach later on if he doesn't become a French-Canadian movie star.
He's probably got a bunch of people watching how he trains, what he eats, and checking up on his body in general. I read somewhere that he has a specific diet now which most likely contributes a lot to muscle recovery in order to allow him to train more. I do agree that he takes easy days in order to recover all together. This guy's dedication is just....