It appeals to for several reasons:
- I don't belong to a gym, all my workouts are done at home
- since I work out at home I have minimal equipment
- who doesn't want to be ripped?
The journal part has you working out on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday although I certainly think that could be modified to fit any schedule as needed. Each day you are supposed to work out it gives a workout to be completed and a journal page to write down meals and snacks for the day as well as make notes about how the workout went.
Off days are just a blank journal page and a meal page.
It's very structured. If you need/like./want a structured plan this is great.
How I am using the book. I am not following the plan, it doesn't include running. I also hate to write in books, so I keep a journal of all my workouts. I tend to have a pretty unstructured workout plan, but I do strength workouts at least three times a week and I have used quite a few of these workouts. I used them both as described or I turn them into interval type workouts.
I do think it is a great addition to my library and will continue to use it for the workouts.
If you want a better look inside the book, you can check it out here on Amazon, you can see it much better than my pictures.
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