In his first book, Lean in 15, Joe Wicks revealed how to achieve great fat-burn, shifting body fat and significantly increasing fitness levels. In Lean in 15: The Shape Plan it's all about shaping the body by combining Joe's signature fifteen minute recipes with short bursts of intensive cardio and resistance training.
Taking your fitness to the next level, this shaping cycle introduces Joe's own Volume Resistance HIIT workouts. Still maintaining his ethos of not spending hours in the gym, this session will see you achieving great muscle-shaping effects, increasing your metabolic rate and seeing your body burn even more calories, both during the workout and for hours afterwards. To complement the training, Joe shares a hundred mouth-watering new recipes that will ensure you gain lean mass whilst simultaneously burning fat.
Fully illustrated with over sixty recipe images and an easy-to-follow plan that puts you firmly in control, Lean in 15: The Shape Plan introduces a new way of eating and exercising, taking you one step further towards building a fit, strong and lean body for life.
About the Author
Joe Wicks has helped tens of thousands of people achieve new levels of fitness and fat loss with his 90 Day Shift, Shape and Sustain programme and his Instagram account. Joe has a BSc (Hons) in Sports Science from St Mary's University, is a REPS (Register of Exercise Professionals) Level Three personal trainer and is an advanced boxing coach. He is also the author of the record-breaking bestseller Lean in 15 - The Shift Plan.
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Although I think Joe Wicks is onto something with his Lean in 15 recipes and complementary workouts, I was really disappointed as a vegetarian that there was only ONE vegetarian dinner recipe. I have to give this cook book a low rating solely based on this - not just because I believe strongly that everyone should look to cutting down their meat intake for the animals, environment and health, but because I thought Joe Wicks really should know better. It's pretty well established in the health world that humans should not be eating as much meat as they are, it is not good for them.
But if you're a meat eater and looking to shift some weight, I'm sure this would be a good book for you. I have given my copy to my sister.
Number Of Pages: 240
Published: 28th June 2016
Publisher: Pan Macmillan
Country of Publication: AU
Dimensions (cm): 24.6 x 19.0 x 1.4
Weight (kg): 0.86