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Anyone tried The Body Coach SSS plan?

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ilovewelshrarebit123 Wed 23-Nov-16 21:34:14

I'm disgusted with myself, I've been going to Weight Watchers on and off for years.

This time I lost nearly 2 stone with another two to go.

But I've gone off the rails and put a stone back on sad I need a kick up the backside and I've seen some Body Coach results and they look great!

I know it won't be easy but I just need something structured but with tasty food.

Has anyone done it and was the food pricey as it's all clean and fresh? Did you get good results?

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ilovewelshrarebit123 Thu 24-Nov-16 15:13:24

Guess it's a no then! wink

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SuperMoonIsKeepingMeUpToo Sat 26-Nov-16 08:58:21

The meals are pretty calorific - fine if you really stick to the exercise.

KittyandTeal Sat 26-Nov-16 09:03:18

I've not done it but I know a few people who have.

My opinion is that there are far too many fad type diets around these days. It looks like the body coach is a bit more of an education in eating well, not simply low calorie but actually looking at fuelling your body with things that are good for you. Plus some exercise that's been proven to torch fat (hiit).

It sounds like it's an effort to start with as often it's a complete change of lifestyle. But that change, once it becomes habit is totally sustainable. I say that as someone who has completely turned around my eating and exercise, my new lidestyle is absolutely sustainable (even with treats now)

nephrofox Sat 26-Nov-16 21:00:46

I have!
It's intense on the food prep and exercise. Depends how your life style is as the moment?what food do U eat on ww!

ilovewelshrarebit123 Sat 26-Nov-16 21:32:58

I eat crap to be honest because you can eat anything as long as it's pointed.

I can cook, will make time to prep food but I'm very unfit.

Will I struggle with the exercise. What were your results like?

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KittyandTeal Sun 27-Nov-16 13:16:50

The exercises all look like they're body weight ones so can be toned down or ramped up depending on fitness and ability.

Interval training means you just do as many as you can in a set time, so you can slow right down or take a breather if you need to. My experience is that with hiit you improve really quickly.

I'd say it looks like a great 'reset' plan. The focus seems to be more of being healthy and fuelling/ giving your body nutrition rather than calorie counting to simply loose weight.

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