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The McDonald's Diet: How I lost 14 pounds in 30 days eating nothing but McDonald's Paperback – October 6, 2010
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I go to the gym twice a week. I work 40 minutes with weights, and 16 minutes on the x-trainer. Legs and abdomen on one occasion, upper body the next. It costs me three hours a week, including shower and getting changed. The diet was difficult at first, but I got used to it by the second week. Keeping track of calories helps, and so does the confidence, that you do the right thing.
I don't like jogging or cycling, and sports generally don't entertain me at all. Plus I like good food, and this combination leads to a weight problem, and a fitness problem. So when I decide to do something about it, I'd like to know, that I'm doing it right, and my efforts are not wasted. I also want to be sure I'm giving my body everything it needs, and my diet does not jeopardize my health. For these reasons, this is the best book I have bought in a long time. I can only recommend it to anyone with a weight problem.
The author sticks to the facts in this book, showing you how to follow an easy to use plan of action for immediate weightloss and increased strength & stamina.
There are many tips throughout the book shared in a humorous way at times and very clearly shown photos of every exercise mentioned. No guessing. I lost weight in just a few days using only one of his tips shared.
I would highly recommend this book for the beginner, intermediate or advanced as it is relevant to all.
His book contains all the information you will ever need to lose excess weight, get yourself into better shape, and most importantly, provide you with a template to maintain yourself in good health as part of an ongoing lifestyle change. Mark writes in a clear, direct, and easy to understand manner, disposing of some commonly held myths about diet and lifestyle along the way.
This book is for anyone, not just young folk (I am 50), who will benefit from a straightforward yet very comprehensive guide on how to take responsibility for your own body shape, fitness level, and overall well-being. Thanks Mark!
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One wonders how much Mr Austin was paid to write this book or which fast food company in particular created Mr Austin in order to boost their business. Read morePublished on February 19, 2011 by Christopher Joseph Brunt
When many people think of diet, they think about changing the way they are eating. They realize that a healthy diet should be done in conjunction with healthy exercise - but they... Read morePublished on January 30, 2011 by Lisa Shea