On Sale: December 13, 2013
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Self-Help Fitness | Self-Help Diet
NOT JUST ANOTHER DIET BOOK
The failing of most â€śweight lossâ€ť books is that they are
strict, regimented plans complete with recipes, rules and
long, long lists of doâ€™s and don'ts. This approach is
exactly what Chicago author Laura Dion-Jones challenges and
changes in her revolutionary new book, Commit To Get Fit:
Find the Secret to Your Own True and Everlasting Weight
Rather than continuing to bombard readers with one more
rigid program aimed at weight loss, Laura simply aims to
inspire and change the readerâ€™s approach to weight control
through a detailed, self-effacing, fun-filled and yet
poignant journey of her own success.
The book includes insights, thought processes and other
information detailed during her journey to a healthier
lifestyle, all of which are intended to positively influence
the readerâ€™s view on his or her own attempts at weight loss.
It also, while remaining entertaining and positive, stays
realistic. Rather than make claims about some secret â€śtrickâ€ť
that magically transforms your body, as is too rampant in
the weight loss industry, it details both Lauraâ€™s successes
and mistakes, her moments of gratification and of
disappointment, which make for a guide that is as honest as
it is refreshing.
One reader review of an advance copy of Commit To Get Fit
has described the book as â€ścareful to skewer the diet
industry, entertainingly, from the beginningâ€ť and â€śa
valuable read for anyone who wants to lose weight,
particularly if you have tried and tried and have given up
the ghost on that particular goal.â€ť
One of Lauraâ€™s goals in writing Commit To Get Fit was to
change the way dieters view the process of losing weight by
taking control of their own personal lifestyle, rather than
following guidelines and those rigid rules that could
possibly be unhealthy or not suitable for each and every
individual. And putting an end to our countryâ€™s obesity
epidemic because being over weight is not a disease. Obesity
is totally and unequivocally preventable. It all comes down
to choice and personal responsibility. Period.
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