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Joe Wicks 90 day plan

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Sep 2016
5:55pm, 9 Sep 2016
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My chum had to fill out a questionnaire about all the training she does (loads) and when, then Joe Wicks' lot put a good plan against that schedule.

She's now into part 2 of the plan and is allowed 3 carb meals every day she trains. At first she struggled to eat all the stuff they scheduled - getting down lots of spinach can be tough!

I think it cost her about £140 but some tailored food plans can cost thousands....
Sep 2016
5:57pm, 9 Sep 2016
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Is 87/90 meals cooked from scratch impressive? Other than visiting the local Chinese restaurant last month because the owners wanted to treat us after we looked after their daughter for a bit, I cannot remember the last meal that wasn't "cooked from scratch".

I think I am out of touch with a large part of the population :-p
Sep 2016
6:27pm, 9 Sep 2016
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I follow the Body Coach on facebook as a friend recommended it. I get loads of posts with lots of cooking videos. I haven't done anything from it but it does seem to be mostly sensible home cooking with the use of coconut oil which is currently trendy plus some exercises. I suppose if you don't know how to cook it might be useful but most people can read a cookery book.
Sep 2016
6:36pm, 9 Sep 2016
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Isn't Body Coach the same as Joe Wicks? That's the plan she uses "SSS" plan which stands for Shift shape sustain plan 3 x 30 day plans
Sep 2016
7:04pm, 9 Sep 2016
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Yes JulesR they are one and the same. My friend's reason for following him was mostly the number of posts with him with no shirt on.
Sep 2016
7:06pm, 9 Sep 2016
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Well apart from M&S dine in meals, I usually cook everything from scratch too, but I know so many people who don't. I like the idea of the plan being tailored to you and it is very reasonably priced.

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