What to note before following Workout Finishers program from Mike Whitfield

There are many things the author of "Workout Finishers 2.0", Mike Whitfield, discusses in his ebook. For you to enjoy doing the different workouts, the author suggests that you should always observe certain things before, during and after every workout. They are summarized here, but if you really want to know what you should do, you should download the guide. Check these out:

    If the workout you are doing is hurting you, you should stop. You should remember that you still have many more days to do it again. In addition, pain makes the entire program less interesting, thus removing commitment.
    You should always do the exercises that you know how to do. According to the ebook, you should do another or get a certified trainer to put you through.
    You should always go for extra recovery between workouts or within the workout. This is another thing which makes the workout to be full of fun. You should always stop when you are feeling dizzy.
    If anything looks easy on paper, you should not always assume that it is so. You need to do the exercise with caution. Also, if an exercise looks difficult, you should assume it to be, and if you feel you cannot do it, you should not be afraid or shy to use an easy one. When doing the exercise, you should always remember to adjust your rest and recovery periods.
    Depending on your program, you might want to or be required to train with heavy weights. If that is the case, you should always use a spotter. More information about this is available in "Workout Finishers 2.0".
    If you have, or think you have an injury, the first thing to do before doing exercises is to get medical attention or first hire a professional therapist to rehabilitate the injury.
    "Workout Finishers 2.0" also notes that as resting periods are necessary during exercises, what is done during that period is essential. According to the book, if your interval training involves running (especially sprints), you should get good running shoes, while more thorough warm-ups should always be done.

Those are some of the important things discussed in Workout Finishers 2.0, and with the book download, you would have many more things to learn. Mike has the reader in mind, emphasizing certain things. The first one is the safety when you are doing workouts. He believes that while you want to have the right body shape, you should not come out of your program with a worse body shape. The second one is ensuring that you find whatever program you are doing to be interesting, which means full of fun.

Conclusion
There are many ebooks on workouts today, but none of them meets the level reached by "Workout Finishers 2.0", as the author speaks with experience – not just someone writing from theory. At a price of $47, "Workout Finishers 2.0" is a steal, as you would not need to waste money on surgeries or other methods which do have long-term benefits.