I had said in my initial consultation that I wasn't interested in any sort of social media component or anything that required me blog or post pictures etc. Now I'm constantly being sent emails by Ward that my account will "shut down" if I don't write something. I also said that I'm not in a race to lose weight for "special event" and what I'd really like to do is build new sustainable healthy habits. Using a scale to measure everything you eat isn't a realistic habit to sustain. As someone who is in experienced at food prepping - also not a great program to leap into and try to keep up with on the food side. I also said I had a very busy life with 2 kids, deadline driven job and a lot of traveling without a not a lot of time for food prep. The advice is all so broad, even a book like "You on a diet" is more helpful. I was assured that the program would still be a good fit for me, its not.
The exercises are pretty good but not much better than what can be bought with one of several apps for a few dollars instead of hundreds.
I enjoy the workouts. The diet takes too much time and experience in food prepartion. The advice is too broad. I thought these would be more like working one on one with a nutritionist.
I really like the workouts and how they give me some structure. Struggling with the diet as days are filled with surprises and deadlines don't have much time for food prep aor to get food educated. Also never been much of a cook. Its a big leap jumping into the Kensai program for me food wise. Will take me some time to get the hang of it.
I've seen 2 very broad articles on Day 7 and Day 8 about food. Now "It's time to start the diet". What diet? Any idea where there are perhaps a list of foods? I feel like I must be missing something very obvious.