Trust Yourself to Transform Your Body.Trust Yourself To Transform Your Body
Laura K. Bryant
Crimson Leaf Publishing
PO Box 7836, Gurnee, IL 60031
0975356100 $16.95 1-847-816-7298 www.crimsonleafpub.com
Trust Yourself To Transform Your Body: A Woman's Guide To Health And Weigh Loss Without Diets by personal trainer personal trainer person n → (persönlicher) Fitnesstrainer m, (persönliche) Fitnesstrainerin f and life-quality coach Laura K. Bryan maintains that instead of looking to fad diets fad diet Popular nutrition Any of a number of weight-reduction diets that either eliminate one or more of the essential food groups, or recommend consumption of one type of food in excess at the expense of other foods; FDs rarely follow modern principles for losing for quick fixes or "magic bullet (jargon) magic bullet - (Or "silver bullet" from vampire legends) A term widely used in software engineering for a supposed quick, simple cure for some problem. E.g. "There's no silver bullet for this problem". " solutions to personal obesity, what needs to be done is to take into account individual differences in a woman's background, values, culture, and interests with respect to succeeding in choosing a healthier lifestyle. Covering the issues of nutritious eating and safe-but-effective physical fitness routines, Trust Yourself To Transform Your Body offers five succinct suc·cinct
adj. suc·cinct·er, suc·cinct·est
1. Characterized by clear, precise expression in few words; concise and terse: a succinct reply; a succinct style.
2. chapters that will result in the reader's learning how to look at their own past patterns to understand why they are overweight, understand what impedes them from seeking the kind of body they want, how to crate a truly customized and effective plan tailored to their own uniqueness, the fundamental role of exercise in any healthy lifestyle, what to eat for energy and strength, how to avoid a "diet mindset mind·set or mind-set
1. A fixed mental attitude or disposition that predetermines a person's responses to and interpretations of situations.
2. An inclination or a habit. " that sets them up for failure, living healthfully health·ful
1. Conducive to good health; salutary.
2. Healthy. See Usage Note at healthy.
health for the rest of their lives with no more gaining lost weight back, and so much more. If you want off the diet fad rollercoaster and a healthier you, then give a carefully reading to Laura K. Bryant's Trust Yourself To Transform Your Body!