Jillian Michaels is a well-known expert of diet and weight loss plans. Her exercise videos have been popular with many for years. She is a matter-of-fact type of instructor who makes it clean to anyone she counsels that weight loss does not just happen, but has to be worked for.
The 90 day plan she has created is a balance between diet and vigorous exercise. They workout program has been designed to be both interesting as well as work the entire body. These goals are achieved by having a workout that is rotated over the course of several days.
Different areas of the body are worked out at different times and cardio and toning are both offered. With each of these workouts, the body is pushed to its limits and no down-time is allowed. The only downside is that only one cardio workout is included which could become monotonous for some.
No 90 day weight loss plan will be effective if diet is not included. A full diet guide is included which can seem restrictive for many, but is necessary to achieve weight loss. The guide teaches how to sensibly balance your calories across the day and give wholesome and healthy meal ideas.
Typical followers of this weight loss plan will generally experience a loss of approximately two pounds each week if they follow the diet and exercise program exactly as directed. The program also seems to offer a huge benefit to those who need to lose weight around their waists.
The exercise program does provide a vigorous workout which can be difficult for beginners or those with some physical limitations to have a hard time with. However, Jillian does provide plenty of information about alternative moves for novices and these seem to be effective at keeping participants motivated and moving.
The program works, but only if you stay with it and see it through to the end. People with more than 30 pounds to lose will probably discover they still have some weight to lose at the end of the 90 day cycle. But the program provides enough information for people to be able to understand how to eat and how to keep their bodies active and healthy even after the 90 days are over.