No More Mr Fat Guy: The Nutrition and Fitness Programme for Men!

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Random House, 1998 - Health & Fitness - 192 pages
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Before Jonathan Savill met Richard Smedley he weighed 19 stones. He was 42, lazy and incredibly unhealthy with an 42' waist. Now, a year later, he has a 34' waist and can run for an hour without stopping. NO MORE MR FAT GUY shows how YOU can turn your life around in the same way and become fitter, thinner and healthier than you ever before. What makes this programme so different it that it isn't a diet, for the simple reason that when you stop a diet, you go back to being fat again. NO MORE MR FAT GUY shows you how to acquire a healthier lifestyle through sensible eating and exercise that will keep your weight down indefinitely. Packed full of information, it advises on what type of foods are most suited to your body's physiology; what to eat when; how to calculate how much you need each day; rules you have to observe such as eating all your carbohydrates early; how to use exercise as a tool to help you lose weight; how to cope when eating out or in a social situation and even contains mouthwatering recipe suggestions. If you would like to feel fitter and younger, wear clothes that look like they did on the rail, you can. Even the longest journey begins with a single step. In this case, it begins with a single book.

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Acknowledgements
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Introduction
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Why Change?
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