Book Three came about while I was sorting through my original 13 week log book that I used to offer my clients. Some people cannot grasp the importance of keeping a journal, at least long enough to discover their own bad habits and such.
So what I did was create a diary of my own as an intro to the logs using not only emails from my customers as a guide but things that really happened to my wife and I while we lived in Hawaii for a year.
The resulting story was both entertaining and educational, even for me. Book Three in turn became all about taking account of your own actions day to day.
From literally dozens of clients, hundreds of emails and a year's worth of anecdotes, this humorous 45 day look at what doing good for your body can sometimes do for other aspects of your life is sensational.
I realized while answering questions for my clients online not long before I got this idea, that no matter how easy I made things for them in Book One, no matter how many new routines I offered in Book Two, some people still couldn't always grasp what was expected of them.
I wanted to show people what it was like to walk in the shoes of someone not only following the Know How program to a “t” but someone who was coming off a lifestyle that was the complete opposite.
This book covers over eating, skipping meals, eating fast food, having allergies, being an alcoholic, workaholic & so many other issues I bet we covered yours as well! While the 1st half of this book is a diary, the 2nd half is full of detailed exercise & menu log sheets to monitor your journey.
You use the logs to take notes based upon the foods you eat every day, exercises you perform 3 days a week and to include any comments or thoughts regarding anything else that troubles you. This helps build an understanding of individual wants and needs that you never put thought into previously but makes selecting the appropriate changes more obvious.
Whether you're a bodybuilder, athlete, model or just someone trying to shed some unwanted fat, no one can teach you how to plan and implement an effective eating and exercise plan like YOU can once you see where you are falling behind or slacking. That's right, and how better to get to know more about YOU than to pay attention to what YOU are doing for a few months?
Some things are no-brainers, we can admit that. Other things require very specific details that can only be pinpointed after you have written them down. Sometimes we do not even realize what we are doing is incorrect until it sits on paper right before us.
Sure, it would be easy enough to keep track of it all in a three ring binder or your own notebook, but haven't you already tried that and failed?