The Never Say Diet Personal Fitness Trainer: Sixteen Weeks to Achieve Your Goal of a Healthy Lifestyle

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Crown Publishing Group, Nov 3, 2010 - Health & Fitness - 176 pages
If you want to lose weight for good, learn a secret from Chantel Hobbs: to change your life you first have to change the way you think.
After years of failed diets, Chantel discovered the power of the “brain change.” She made five nonnegotiable decisions, developed a balanced plan for exercise and nutrition, and lost 200 pounds. Now, through writing, speaking, and her work as a personal trainer, she inspires others to achieve far more than they thought possible.
With Never Say Diet, you can:
•Ditch your self-defeating habits and start dreaming big again
•Develop a driving passion for personal fitness
•Look at food as fuel and not as your best friend
•Learn how God wants to help you win!

Put an end to the diet drama. Whether you want to lose fifteen pounds, fifty, or one hundred fifty, Chantel will show you how to make your commitments stick–producing results that last!
It’s not easy, but it really is as simple as it sounds. First you lose your excuses, then you lose weight for good. You’ll never say “diet” again.

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User Review  - RedMomma - Christianbook.com

When God speaks we should definitely listen...and that's what happened to me when I made the decision to start changing my lifestyle. Being heavy all my life was an excuse to continue to be selfish. I ... Read full review

User Review  - Lois Martin - Christianbook.com

This is an answer to prayers (many prayers). I feel so good and I am only on week 2. I packed up my weight watchers items for good and am giving them away! Now, I am changing my life not just my ... Read full review

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About the author (2010)

Chantel Hobbs is a personal trainer, certified spinning instructor, and motivational speaker whose no-excuses approach to fitness has won her a grateful following across the country. Chantel hosts a weekly fitness program on Reach FM radio and is a regular guest on Way FM. Her “Ditch the Diet, Do the Weekend” bootcamp takes place several times a year in a variety of locations. She has presented her unique approach to lasting fitness in People magazine and on Oprah, The Today Show, Good Morning America, Fox News, The 700 Club, Living the Life, and Paula White Today. Chantel enjoys life with her husband and their four children in South Florida.

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