As you’ll find in the day-by-day schedule of this guide, you’ll be taking score of how you’ve done each day. Simply fill in the score card and add up your results before you go to bed each night.
Make sure you record each day’s score to the final score card in the back of this manual.
I want you to look at your score card each day and see what improvements you can make for the following day.
You MUST make improvements on a daily basis. Continuous improvement is the name of the game with WLC. If you want amazing results, always try to score 100 each day on your score card.
If you do not score well, you MUST make improvements immediately.
If you do score well, there are always improvements to make. For example, did you eat a large variety of different foods throughout the day? You may have followed the meal plan perfectly but it’s always better to eat a large variety of foods. A large variety of foods will give you a larger variety of nutrients that your body needs.
Just strive for improvement each and every day. There are ALWAYS improvements to be made.
For example, you could work a little harder during your next cardio workout. You could make your breakfast meal a little healthier and more nutrient dense. If you are always making improvements in your plan and execution, the body you’ve always wanted will be here very fast. Make improvements on a daily basis and watch the mirror. You’ll see what I’m talking about.
If you would like to make your own custom score card with subjects you have trouble with, change the score card so you work on getting better each day. Use subjects that are tough for you.
For example, if you cheat on your diet at night each day, put that on your score card so you work on putting a STOP to that.
Another example might be to focus on making your strengths even better. If you're really good at getting nutrients into your diet, try to make it even better. If you have room in your yard for a garden, try growing your own vegetables which will be so many times MORE nutritious for you than most vegetables you'll find in typical grocery stores.