Tone It Up: 28 Days to Fit, Fierce, and Fabulous Review
If you are looking for a fast and effective way to finally get fit, then you may have heard of “Tone It Up”, by Karena Dawn and Katrina Scott, which offers a 28-day plan for getting fit in both body and mind.
This is a comprehensive workout plan that is well-suited to many different women for the ultimate fitness solution. But what does this system really have to offer? Here’s our take:
Key Features of Tone It Up!
FIT: You will get information on daily fitness challenges, workout plans, tips for eating healthy, and a number of recipes for delicious but nutritious meals.
FIERCE: Learn how to become a self-motivator through various visualization exercises, daily meditations, confidence-boosting tips and dares to begin going outside of your comfort zone.
FABULOUS: This part of the program teaches you about friendship, joy, beauty and all of the other fun and enjoyable things that life has to offer.
Is the Tone it Up Book Worth Reading?
This is available as an e-book or paperback, and it offers a comprehensive workout plan for those who want to start losing weight and getting fit as soon as possible.
The workouts that are detailed in this book are actually very effective, so you can expect to start seeing results if you follow them on a regular basis.
You will get numerous recipes and information about eating healthy, however this book could have devoted a slightly larger section to nutrition.
There is still a lot of great information for anyone who wants to learn how to start eating in a way that promotes weight loss and fitness, but you may want to do further research to get really deep into understanding fitness and weight loss nutrition.
One of the great things about this book is that it is incredibly inspiring, especially if you follow Karena and Katrina on their website or on social media.
They are living proof of their own system! It’s also easy to follow along with.
This book will provide you with a simple guide to getting fit with basic instructions on what you should be doing every single day.
This could be good or bad depending on what you’re looking for.
If you find other fitness sytems too complicated, or that the complexity prevents you from sticking to them, then this could be the book for you.
You will get valuable nutritional advice as well as useful information on mental and spiritual practices to keep your mind as healthy as your body.
It is a guide for empowerment, enlightenment and health as a whole. If you want to start getting fit, this book is a great starting place.