10 Lessons from a Former Fat Girl

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Harvest House Publishers, Jan 1, 2011 - Health & Fitness - 192 pages
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Amy Parham, a former fat girl who became a fit girl after losing more than 100 pounds, learned what it takes to stay fit inside and out. In 10 Lessons from a Former Fat Girl, she offers nuggets of insight for changing not only the fat-girl body but also the fat-girl mentality. Focusing on the mental, emotional, and spiritual aspects of our relationship with food and exercise, Amy shows how readers can make this a healthy partnership that brings permanent change. Amy speaks from experience as she identifies with the reader struggling with a food addiction describes emotional pitfalls that serve as triggers for overeating explores the mental and emotional benefits of regular exercise illustrates how and why fitness must be a lifelong pursuit demonstrates how to transform our minds as well as our bodies The result is a practical, proven plan that will help any reader reprogram the fat-girl mentality into fit-girl reality.
 

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Amy Parham co-authored with her husband, Phil, The 90-Day Fitness Challenge and The 90-Day Fitness Challenge DVD. She and Phil were contestants on Season 6 of NBC's The Biggest Loser. Over a seven-month period, they recorded the highest percentage of weight loss of any couple in the program's history. Married for more than 20 years, they live in South Carolina with their three boys, Austin, Pearson, and Rhett.

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