My book has been out a few weeks now, the title of the book; The Grand Unified Theory of Weight Loss comes from physics, where the Grand Unified Theory seeks to bring together the different aspect around physics into one approach. This is exactly what the book does around weight loss. It covers and includes everything that influences weight loss and body transformations (which may include gaining muscle, developing fitness or health etc).
The book has four sections, in the first section; “Before The Transformation – What They Forgot To Teach You or Simply Lied to You About”, I outline some key fundamentals you must have in place if you want to be successful. If you have struggled to get results then it is almost certain you are lacking in some of these foundational areas. Very often success is as much about unlearning incorrect knowledge as it is about picking up new information. This section outlines and resolves these issues.
The second section; “The Mechanics of Physical Change”, details everything you need to know about what to do to change your body. This includes how to lose every bit of excess fat or how to build muscle up to that of a bodybuilder. It covers how to develop your fitness, improve your health and also how to achieve emotional well-being goals so you feel good about yourself and your behaviours. This will cut through all the confusion so you know exactly what you should be doing. It also shows you how to handle and achieve more than one of these areas at the same time.
Section 3; “The Grand Unified Theory of Body Transformations”, bridges the gap between knowing what to do, as outlined in the previous section and actually being able to do it in the real world. This is what really determines results, most people know how to lose weight and have done it various times in the past but how do you get yourself to do it now?? The Grand Unified Theory outlines the solution to this, it includes various areas such as motivation, training your neural connections, accounting for emotions & stress, looking at different types of plans and action as well as seeing how this whole goal area fits into your personality and identity. This approach shows you how to unlock your potential and gives a roadmap to not just change your body but to achieve any body goal you so would choose.
The final section; “Your Unified Transformation Plan”, outlines various plans that you can follow. There is a 12 or 26 week plan which details all that you need to do to get results. There is also a plan to follow if you are already working with a coach and/or following a nutrition/exercise plan. This allows you to combine the psychology elements of the theory with your current plan to increase the speed of your results.
Overall I have had good feedback so far about the book and I am sure it could help you. The book is available on Amazon in paperback or kindle and will soon be available in other locations. You can get your copy here –
The audio book is taking longer than I expected to be reviewed but hopefully it will be out by the end of the month.
Check out the video of my discussing the new book :
Battersea park was created in 1858. For me and many others Battersea Park is considered one of London’s most interesting Parks housing Battersea Zoo, Battersea Evolution Exhibition Centre and right next to Battersea Park Dogs & Cats Home and the iconic Battersea Power Station