Most "diet books" make it sound so easy: do this, do that, lose weight, keep it off, have a fabulous life. The end. But we all know that fitness isn't some story with a tidy ending. It's a journey where the toughest step is the first and the destination seems to be a club where only the genetically blessed, athletically gifted and ferociously disciplined get to be lifetime members.
If only there was a way for the rest of us to make the journey to health and happiness— to that elusive place where fitness actually "fits in" to our busy schedules and doesn't require spending 12 weeks pretending to be someone we're not.
There is. It's called The Way In by Andrea Marcellus.
But be warned. This method is only for people who want to:• Lose weight for good without eliminating any of the foods you truly enjoy. (Yes, you read that right.)• Develop a strong, lean physique without working out like it's the Olympic trials.• Learn how to be your own personal coach rather than your most dedicated critic.• Make friends with food again. And the mirror. (Again, yes,you read that right.)
Marcellus — a fitness expert and life strategist with more than 20 years' experience —brings a holistic approach to the challenges of losing weight and becoming healthier. The opposite of a one-size-fits-all plan, her 5 Life Strategies guide you to determine a course of action that's right for you.
The result: an outside that matches the strong, capable person you know you are on the inside. (And maybe you'll also start your own club!)