The Primal Blueprint 90-Day Journal
The Primal Blueprint 90-Day Journal—A Personal Experiment is a comprehensive diet, exercise and lifestyle logbook/journal to help you stay focused, accountable and motivated to live Primally. The n=1 (“an experiment of one”) format allows you to dial in the exact foods, workout patterns and supporting lifestyle behaviors you need to “peak”—with your physique, fitness goals and everyday energy and immune function.* The 90-Day Journal is the ideal practical guide to support Mark Sisson’s best-selling The Primal Blueprint and Primal Blueprint 21-Day Total Body Transformation. Unlike many rigidly structured workout logs and food diaries, this journal allows for plenty of creativity and free-form expression. Filled with detailed how-to-use instructions, experiment suggestions and handy Primal resources, this journal is exactly what you need to launch your experiment of one!
- Format: Spiral-bound
- Pages: 288
- ISBN: 978-0984755141
- Dimensions: 7.4 x 1 x 8.9 inches
*There is no guarantee of specific results and results can vary from person to person. However, we feel so strongly about our products that we offer a 30-day money back guarantee. Order The Primal Blueprint 90-Day Journal today, and if you're not completely satisfied with the results, return it for a full refund minus shipping and handling—no questions asked.Back To Top
Kimberly on 8/16/2016
Rate this productHaving alittle trouble using this journal because it is so detailed but eventually I will log what matters to me!
Rate this productI've looked at online food journals, apps and even paper journals that provide a means of tracking ones journey to health. However, they all seemed very one-dimensional. Yes, calories are a good thing to monitor as are feelings and exercise. But the Primal Blueprint 90-Day Journal provides the timeline and baseline, emotional and physical aspects along with personal commentary and the scientific approach to health. Tracking the strategic elements in this journal, furnishes the ability to continually monitor and make adjustments while examining the variables that affect our psychological and physiological performance. After seeing several patterns, such as how stress affects my motivation, I am learning how to be proactive (rather than reactive) through my nutrition.