Pat you'll be happy you got the UD2 book. Regardless of the diet it is a good read. Just be sure the first week you end up doing it that you don't have a lot to do and some extra time, some people take that first week kind of rough.
Little (or long) pre-note: Two interesting things regarding the outcome of this diet so far... first I feel like the stubborn areas are not progressing like I was hoping. This in part might be due to my poor food selections. So, I'm cleaning that up. Lightly breaded chicken is no more and I am now grilling my chicken. Also going to try and include a better variety of carbs. This also entails watching what I eat over the weekend.
The second part is important because I must admit that I feel like my arms are finally growing (or at least certainly leaned out). Basically what I am getting at is that I need to remember that even though the fat is still in the stomach to a degree, it is coming off other areas, and I am maintaining my muscle mass. Watching my weight thus farm, it would seem, like others might experience on the diet, that recomposition is taking place.
Training - UD2 Quasi Depletion - Day 2
Basically was an odd combination of usual Day 1 and Day 2, more lower body less upper. Total I cut back how much leg work though in order to prevent taxing my knee too much.