Don’t let excuses stop you from having a body and a life that you love!
We all know that we should exercise and eat right, so why is it so hard to follow through? We make excuses for why we aren't taking better care of ourselves, saying things like, "I'm too tired," "I don't have time," or "I'm just not built to look that way." But Maria Kang, the mother of three behind the viral "What's Your Excuse?" mom photos, is here to say that the excuses stop now.
The No More Excuses Diet combines short term goals with healthy habit-forming behaviors to create permanent lifestyle changes. Using a specially designed transformation calendar, readers set clear, personal goals and make an easy-to-follow plan for each day. The program uses a balanced diet of 30% carbs, 30% protein, 30% fats, and includes a 10% flexible portion that can be customized depending on your goals— whether it’s extra protein for building muscles, or a sugary treat at the end of the day. The No More Excuses Diet also provides a completely customizable workout guide, with over 50 illustrated exercises designed to build strength, flexibility, endurance, and to shed fat. The program also includes 7 weeks of worth of exercise programs that can be done at home with no extra equipment. Packed with meal plans, grocery lists, lots of encouragement and a clear plan of action, The No More Excuses Diet is a must-read book for anyone who is ready to bust through the excuses the hold them back and take their health and fitness to the next level.
First-time author Kang, the polarizing fitness blogger who unleashed a storm of controversy with her "What's Your Excuse?" post to Facebook, exercises a surprisingly low-key tone in this straightforward diet book. Rejecting common can't-lose-weight-or-work-out excuses with a practical set of solutions, Kang breaks down the program into three synergistic "cycles" readers are urged to revisit or retire as needed. The first, SPEED, establishes objectives and kicks off the effort; the second, STRIVE, cements healthier practices; and the third, SCORE, provides a map for maintenance. Short-term goals make long-term ones possible, says Kang, whose emphasis on flexibility in scheduling and forgiveness of failure gives her strategy staying power. Photos clearly illustrate sample home workouts, and the outlined meal plans are simply adaptable guides. The essence of Kang's get-fit philosophy is far from groundbreaking, but her sensible and motivational presentation elevates this program above others. 60 b&w photos.
Waste of time & money.