The Guide to your Best Body

The Guide to your Best Body

The Revolutionary 12-week Plan to Transform your Body and Stay Fit Forever

Book - 2011
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From the world's leading online fitness site,, comes a revolutionary twelve-week diet and exercise program for every body type--illustrated throughout with full-color photographs and before-and-after pictures.

Make Your Dream Body A Reality

From the world's leading online fitness site comes a revolutionary 12-week diet and exercise program--supported by two million members and thousands of real-life success stories.

The Guide to Your Best Body presents a plan that promotes health from the inside out, starting first with the mental blocks that are holding you back, progressing to the muscles on your body, and finally to the food on your plate. Rather than subtracting things from your life (cutting calories, losing weight, banishing your belly), here's how to add more of the RIGHT things: more muscle, more support, and more success. On this plan, you will:

* GET AND STAY MOTIVATED. Identify your "Transformation Trigger" and create a system of radical accountability in your life--whether your goal is to lose 30 pounds of fat or gain 30 pounds of muscle.

* EXERCISE FOR OPTIMUM RESULTS with a fully illustrated, 3-stage exercise routine. By changing your routine often, you will "shock" your body into doing more than you ever thought you could.

* EAT CLEAN TO GET LEAN with simple, inexpensive, and delicious recipes. Supercharge your metabolism and keep hunger under control.

With this book, you'll learn the optimal balance of weight training, cardiovascular exercise, and nutrition that have helped people achieve dramatic, lasting results. Join the "Transformation Nation" and create your own story that will inspire others -- with The Guide to Your Best Body.
Publisher: New York : Simon & Schuster, 2011
ISBN: 9781451606133
Branch Call Number: 613.713 GET 2011 22
Characteristics: xiii, 215 p. : ill. (chiefly col.) ; 24 cm
Additional Contributors: Lees, Gretchen


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Mar 03, 2013

I very much like his attitude to training in terms of duration and weight bearing/cardio mix. His "diet" however is of particular concern. It is neither healthy or sustainable for the long tem. He relies overmuch on supplements and protein powder mixes as food. His acceptable food list is ridiculously restrictive and unhealthy: no fruit, no dairy, no carbs. Only 6 or 7 vegetables are allowed. I suppose if you were training for a bodybuilding competition, this would be your diet. Otherwise, it's not likely to be sustainable.

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