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Old 05-18-2012, 07:48 AM   #11
Chillen
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It begins with the personal Interview of the trainee (in this case a hypothetical overweight or severely overweight individual).

This can be implemented in a variety of different ways where the questions asked have the point of soliciting answers that will more appropriately setup diet mechanics and training to the persons individual particulars. People are going to vary in age, structured body type (as not all overweight, or severely overweight individuals are put together the same), and individual particulars need to be considered.

Once these questions are answered, and dependent on the content of these answers, the person can be pointed to a basic template of diet and training routines, in which advance as the person progresses.

How the above is actually structured, depends on the audience you want to reach, and some educated assumptions inferred. What do I mean by educated assumptions? It can be clearly stated that the e-book assumes one is medically cleared and healthy, and has no known physical complications or disabilities (as these bring different sorts of approaches, dependent on the complication, injury, or disability).

If you want I can setup, the "Personal Interview" questionnaire, and post it here.

But the e-book, needs to have a rolling structured format, which clearly defined intentions, and targeted audience.

Best wishes,

Chillen
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