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PUSH: 30 Days to Turbocharged Habits, a Bangin' Body, and the Life You Deserve! Paperback – January 3, 2017
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Chalene Johnson is a motivational speaker, New York Times bestselling author, and fitness celebrity. The first female to host two #1 infomercials, Chalene has sold over 10 million DVDs. The former CEO of Powder Blue Productions and Turbo Wear, she has built and sold several multimillion-dollar fitness and lifestyle companies. Chalene is the CEO of business and lifestyle coaching company Team Johnson, where she has taught her personal and business development systems to hundreds of thousands of people. She lives in Laguna Beach, CA.
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However, there is a difference between enjoying a book and letting it impact your life. If you want it to do the latter, my recommendation is that you find a friend to read it with you. Read a chapter a day, and then share your homework with your friend. Not only will you really bond in the 30 days it takes to get through it, but the accountability of knowing someone is expecting to see your work and not wanting to let them down will challenge you to actually do it.
I did it. I went through all 30 days. And I have changed so much! I am much more productive, and I am well on my way to accomplishing certain goals that in the past were just dreams. I really like the new chapter in this book, too (I started reading it before this book came out and got the updated version later).
Could you get these ideas from other sources? Probably. But I liked this one, and I have not only recommended it to friends, but I even bought one for my SIL!
I've listened to all of Chalene's podcasts at least once, follow her on all her social media platforms and have taken her free on-line courses. As she repurposes all of her material, it's hard for me to gauge how impactful this book might have been when it first came out.
This is a fun, easy read. As a personal development junkie, I still found some of Chalene's suggestions actually enhance advice I've received from other writers in the genre.
I do like her open dialogue throughout the book and felt very "girl next door". I do like the part about writing a priority statement with which to identify your goals and how you set boundaries with other people , this helped me quite a bit during my brief stint as a fitness instructor. I think she identifies some great tools for brainstorming, not holding back and identifying goals and how to reverse engineer one's goals. I liked the exercises and a few of the recipes in the back. Some of them were so basic I was a bit shocked they were considered as a part of the book.
I did not like the many many large pictures of Chalene simply performing tasks that really did not seem to serve any purpose to her message. Honestly I felt like I Had to read the book because I thought I wanted to go on this career path with her company and even though she kept saying it wasn't a "diet" book, for the most part it most definitely was a diet book. Yes, there was some goal setting, but it was mostly about fitness and dieting. Personally, felt the book slowly began to unravel and I began to loss interest. It seemed very hurried with lots of "picture filler" and common sense information (after the reverse engineering).
I do think that the overall theme of the book was good and her heart was in the right place about helping people.
Honestly, I like -Turbo Jam, Turbo Fire Turbo Kick part Chalene's personality the best. I guess what I find confusing is in the book referred to Brian Tracy telling her to not "go all Hollywood" and as of right now, she has "gone all Hollywood." I do not know maybe that's what happens when you get a "banging body" (I didn't care for that verbiage at all)
Maybe off topic, maybe she could care less what people who were her followers at one time think anymore, but
I stopped following her because the humility combined with that beautiful confidence she had during her Turbo Days seems to have vanished. I know she incessantly posts that she nor should anyone who wants to be successful should care what people think, and I absolutely to some degree, agree with those statements. I do think you have to shrug off haters to PUSH forward, absolutely. However, if the really GOOD PARTS of a person are being sucked into vanity and there seems to be a lack of realism or sincerity in their demeanor, I as that person would want to know if I were sending that message. That's my personal opinion. I think that she is /was such
a fabulous instructor,and I'm trying to write a review that doesn't come across as hateful.
I would want to know if it were me.
Overall, I think she is fabulous instructor is beyond amazing as a fitness expert. Even thought I'm not teaching, I still do Turbo and it never gets old. I LOVE Turbo. I get a little miffed when she claims to an expert at 25 different other areas. You can be an expert some things but trying to be an expert at everything, spreads you so thin, you just don't seem to appear real to me anymore.
Keeping it real!