The eating plan is not a diet--rather Greene describes 5 eating rules to help you eat fewer and burn more calories: curb emotional eating, eat breakfast, establish an eating cut-off time, drink lots of water, and limit alcohol. You'll get enough calories to sustain your intense exercise routine, but cut out the calories otherwise stored as fat.
Greene, author of Get With the Program and Make the Connection, also analyzes popular diets, and fills the book with motivational stories of his successful clients. Recommended for those who are ready to commit to an intense program to burn fat, increase metabolism, and change habits for the long haul. --Joan Price
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Not for the "move a little" crowd, Bob Greene's Total Body Makeover promises "Maximum Results in Minimum Time" to readers who are ready to commit to an intense exercise regimen during this twelve-week program. Sounds simple enough--but it wouldn't do the book justice to oversimplify its premise. Greene's genuine attachment to address the root causes for poor eating and activity habits, and to guide the reader through building the strong emotional foundation necessary to undergo physical changes, make Total Body Makeover a standout companion to transforming your body, inside and out. Amazon.com editor Nathalie Farage recently caught up with Greene. Read on.
I really enjoyed reading this book! I actually ended up losing over 20lbs following the rules and workouts suggested. yay!Published 18 months ago by JJAM
I got this book in 2005 and did great on the program. I wanted to get back to it this year (2013) but couldn't find my book (Who did I lend it to?? Read morePublished on April 8, 2013 by Melanie Limtiaco
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This is a great book because Bob Green is a well known fitness and health expert so along with Jack Lalanne he's the next in line for me to get health advice from.Published on December 5, 2012 by Joni Reichmann
In this book Bob Greene presents some fundamental exercise and nutrition education. It's designed for those of us who are not exercise experts. Read morePublished on December 4, 2011 by L. Marcille
Personally, nothing new and nothing really to learn. Wouldn't suggest buying it. I think eating healthy is obvious and exercise is obvious. Read morePublished on October 4, 2011 by Jay
This book even works well for those of us with knee problems. The high emphasis on cardio really works.Published on March 14, 2011 by Karen Blue