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Maria says

"No support, only criticism.. coaches don’t follow you up unless you talk to them first.. no understanding from them, very hypocritical!"

Jan Wave says

"UPDATE: reduced from 2 stars to 1 due to ludicrous and factually incorrect responses to this review. Sad state of affairs. Decent programme, good coaches, gets results (4/5) Sadly let down by the attitude of the founder/CEO/head-coach who really needs to learn some people-management skills and understand the difference between a paying customer and a friend; he would do well to make that distinction when dealing with the former. I don't seem to be the first person to mention this issue reading the other trust pilot reviews... (1/5) Somebody will recreate this programme with the added personality of a 'Joe Wicks' and great deal more professionalism and will likely make a killing I have no doubt. In its current guise it will only grow so big only to eventually be run out of town by a better, slicker and more professional product. In response to the SPR official response: called me a keyboard warrior!? I tried to give reasonable feedback from a customer perspective on several things only to be met by an incredibly defensive but clearly passionate business owner. I even did it privately so as not add any negativity to my programme group. Having spoken to several other participants we all agreed it was a good programme but they, like me, didn't appreciate Scott's attitude towards others. I was honest in every aspect and was met with rude and offensive behaviour towards my views. On the contrary, I think it is Scott who doesn't like some home truths however delicately they are delivered...oh the irony! The response is as expected; full of lies and BS. I have no incentive to lie and rarely leave negative reviews for anything but I'm so annoyed and was left with such a negative feeling that I felt I had to leave this review. Scott on the other hand has every incentive to try and discredit me and this review. It is a shame that Scott allows his emotions to undo all the hard work that's clearly been put into the programme. For the record the only feedback I provided was on his cookbook and I questioned why jumping straight onto the next wave, which was already a fifth of the way through, was the full price of a normal full wave (didn't make any sense, business or otherwise, to me). At no other point did I provide any negativity or deliberately try to impact somebody else's opinion in any way. With regards to my participation, the fact is I stuck to the programme about 90-95% and got some great results, hence me saying the programme is good and gets results. This was my choice and I got the results I deserved for not doing it absolutely by the letter. My only issues have been with Scott, nobody else. Scott has his truth, and that's all that matters to him."

Laura says

"I know that people do in fact lose weight on this program, however after purchasing it I realised how unprofessional and potentially unsafe the program was. The programme follows a one size fits all approach, therefore, everyone who enters the program follows pretty much the same eating and training program. The person who owns SPR is not a qualified nutritionist and neither is there a nutritionist on the team. From what I can understand, the diet might have been created with a nutritionist, however nutrition is so complex and individual that it is ludicrous that they are promoting the same diet for every person who joins the programme with no individual nutritional support. I have a small frame, yet my husband who is twice my size and has a different intensity job would have been given the same diet with the same portions. The diet is incredibly high on protein (unnecessarily so as the amount is way higher than the WHO's suggestion) a good chunk of which could come from protein supplements or meal replacement shakes (which are expensive, and not actual real food with much nutritional value). Because the diet does not recommend eating all kinds of fruit and veg, very little fruit indeed, they ask that you take vitamin supplements to make up for the nutritional discrepancy, when all vitamins and minerals could easily be ingested on a diet that includes any fruit and veg. To top it off, the so called coaches are not experts on nutrition or personal training. They are simply people who have completed the program before, which means that they can offer little more than words of encouragement, not actual training and nutritional advice based on sound research, because they are not qualified to do so. To top it off, the owner who oversees the progress (because the coaches don't know the answers to questions about eating or training) can come across as bad tempered, sometimes berating people who simply ask questions and seem to be struggling. Most people do not complete the program, the extensive food prep and exercise plan is too complicated for beginners or people with normal busy lives. Don't waste your money on this program, nothing can replace a qualified nutritionist and a personalised training program."

JJ says

"The last experience hasn’t been great. Coach was only interested in the photos being uploaded and only promoted the ones doing so great in the group. Even though a personal trainer myself thought a lot of people are getting lost in the process and also coaches should all be trained in fitness level 3 nutrition in giving advice. I don’t agree on giving assistant coaches jobs with no knowledge or background, and only being on the basis they have done a few waves."

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