Friday, May 13, 2016

Review 'The Feelgood Plan' by Dalton Wong celebrity trainer Dalton Wong and health writer Kate Faithfull-Williams show that by taking 15 minutes – that’s just 1% of your day – you can change your body and mind for life.

The Feelgood Plan is packed with positive ideas to help you tune in to what really makes your body feel great, from highly effective do-anywhere 15 minute workouts that make you look and feel younger, to healthier versions of all your favourite foods.

Whenever you feel tired or stressed out, Dalton and Kate’s down-to-earth tips will get you back on track.

As well as a 12-week plan that puts all your healthy intentions into action, The Feelgood Plan is packed with practical advice and interactive quizzes to help you conquer cravings, emotional eating, and find a way to fit exercise into even the most jam-packed diary.

The Facts:

Publication Date:
January 7th, 2016
Lifestyle, Health
eBook, Paperback, Hardcover
Available at:

My Review:

A little while ago I woke up feeling like I needed to change something in my life. I was having these pains all of sudden. One day I was having neck pains, the next back pains, one time I even fainted in the kitchen and I was just feeling unhealthy. Since I was never really sporty, and I really like things that are bad for you like fries, hamburgers etc. I really felt like I was neglecting myself. I’m not overweight but I did feel like I was just going the wrong way and I desperately wanting to do something about it. But what?

With a job as a Nurse, working all kinds of different shifts I can’t really do diets because my schedule is really messed up sometimes, and eating a salad in the middle of the night isn’t really tasty if you ask me. I need something that keeps me going even on strange hours.
Sporting is also difficult at times because I’m never free on the same day each week. So what to do? I went searching on the internet for a book or site that could help me change my life and soon I found ‘The Feelgood Plan’ by Dalton Wong. This sounded like a good book and I decided to buy it.

‘The Feelgood Plan’ is the first lifestyle/diet/exercise book I’ve got and I must say that I’m really a fan of this book. The main message in ‘The Feelgood Plan’ is that changing your lifestyle really is a choice. It’s not really a dieting book, there are no real recipes but there are many tips on how to eat healthy. There are some great tips, exercise ideas you can do at home and the layout and pictures really make this a fun book to read.

The best part about this book is the way it really sounds doable. Even for someone with a weird work schedule. I realize that I still have to do the work but this book definitely makes eating healthy and working out sound fun. Most of all it makes me feel like I can really change my lifestyle.
At the end of the book there is a 12 week plan with more tips and tricks. And there’s even room to write your own thoughts and goals.

After reading this book, and keeping it close to read little bits when I want too, I’m eating healthier and sporting more for the first time in my life. It’s still hard to change my ways, but this book really keeps me motivated. And most importantly I found out that I really like eating healthy food.. it taste good! And I still go out for dinner and Barbeque with friends and family. So.. Great book if you ask me!

My Rating:

About the Author:

Dalton Wong is the founder of TwentyTwo Training in London and is considered one of the foremost leaders in the fitness and nutrition industry with over 20 experience in Great Britain, Canada and the United States.

Dalton often draws upon the early days of his career as a rehabilitation specialist on Harley Street in London to guide his clients' goals and programmes. Dalton believes that achieving a healthy body is just one part of the overall equation and so he treats the body, mind and spirit across his many modalities and teachings.

Dalton has an enviable client list made up of royalty, Hollywood elite including Jennifer Lawrence, Alice Eve, Zoe Kravitz, Amanda Seyfried, Diana Agron, Taron Egerton, Hugh Grant, Nicholas Hoult and members of the case of X-men and Games of Thrones and some models and designers each season at London, Paris and Milan Fashion Weeks.

For more information about Dalton Wong and The Feelgood plan please visit the website. Or visit Dalton Wong on Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest. There’s also a Facebook page about ‘The Feelgood plan’.

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