The Fitness Mindset: Eat for energy, Train for tension, Manage your mindset, Reap the results
How Would It Feel To Have The Body You'Ve Always Wanted, A Huge Boost In Energy, And The Mindset To Keep It Forever? Have you ever felt frustrated about not getting the results you want? Do you feel you are eating the right foods and doing the correct workouts but your body still isn't changing as quickly as you want? Are you grinding through your workday with low energy levels, praying for the next day off so you can sleep in? If this sounds familiar, then The Fitness Mindset is the book for you. The Fitness Mindset gives you everything you need to get the body you've always dreamed of, ramp your energy levels through the roof and develop the mindset to keep it forever. When You Read This Book And Implement Brian'S Proven Strategies, You Will: * Know exactly what foods work best for you and how to eat to increase energy, lose fat and build lean muscle * Learn how to combine tension-style workouts and High Intensity Interval Training (Hiit) to build the body you've always wanted * Build better habits and find your 'why' so you never lose motivation again * Develop strategies to minimise stress, anxiety and the fear of rebounding so you can create a bulletproof body and mind * Finally get into the best physical and mental shape of your life.
About the Author In less than five years, Brian Keane went from a full time primary school teacher in London to one of the top online fitness coaches in Ireland and the UK, transforming thousands of lives and physiques in the process. From playing top level inter-county football as a teenager to travelling the world as a professional fitness model in his twenties, Brian reveals what he has learned in his 16 years of training, nutrition and personal development. Learn more at www.briankeanefitness.com
If you've ever read a "fitness" book, then you've read this one. It reads like it was written by a frat bro the night before it was due, but he's actually a nice frat bro who's more interested in getting you laid than in getting you blacked out.
There is a lot of dead air in this book, where Keane puts words in for the sake of having more words in the book, so I often felt like I would read and entire chapter only to have one or two paragraphs of practically useful information. He also keeps swapping between writing as if you know absolutely nothing about health and fitness, to believing you're reading this book for the second time and should already know about something that will be mentioned towards the end of the book. If he was doing this in an attempt at making this a "reference" kind of read, or if it was some veiled attempt at making you want to finish the book, both failed.
All that said, the book isn't a total loss. If you have an eye for skim reading, he does provide just enough quick and useful information throughout the chapters to give any idiots out there a fitness branch to grasp on to. Even though the book really is about "How to Gain Muscle," it dips enough into everyday fitness goals for the average unhealthy American reader to give you ideas about what to buy at the grocery store or whether or not you should
I wanted to read this for a while after finding the BKF Podcast, and while I'm glad I did (if nothing else to support its content creator, Brian Keane) it was a lot smaller than I imagined. The book isn't an exhaustive read (~170 pages) which means it's an easy to digest book but not as comprehensive as I'd wanted.
HOWEVER I'm used to longer reads, for anyone who is a novice at reading, self improvement or nutrition/fitness this book is a GREAT start for you. I've been binge listening to his podcast ^_^" so a lot of the content I already knew. But I did get quite a bit of value from the tips to reduce tiredness/address sleep and stress/anxiety management. The best part about the books format is that you can easily thumb through it to either A) Find what you want to know from it or B) look back at it to remember its advice, as it's easily segmented
And if you read this book but don't follow his podcast (BKF Podcast, on Youtube, Spotify, Apple Store, etc.) his podcasts are much more in-depth when you find an episode about the topic you're interested int