The Mind-Body Makeover Project: How 7 People Transformed Themselves in 12 Weeks and How You Can Too

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Contemporary Books, Dec 1, 2002 - Health & Fitness - 356 pages
Real-life makeover success--inside and out For those who want to transform their bodies as well as their mental attitudes, this uniquely interactive plan offers a head-totoe, inside-and-out makeover that shows them how to overcome their fitness obstacles and dramatically change their lives. In The Mind-Body Makeover Project, fitness consultant and psychotherapist Michael Gerrish shares the true-life success stories of seven men and women who participated in his 12- week makeover program. Gerrish and his acclaimed makeover team, which includes bestselling authors Cheryl Richardson and Debbie Ford, an image consultant, and others, documents how each participant experienced the transformation process, applying the techniques the author has used with hundreds of clients, including many professional athletes. Features: Before-and-after photos A quiz to determine individual Unidentified Fitness Obstacles excerpts from participants' journals Step-by-step advice on how to implement the program and overcome setbacks From the first day to the last, readers are assisted and encouraged by Gerrish and his team of experts, ultimately realizing their own personal transformations.

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Contents

CHAPTER
3
CHAPTER
39
CHAPTER THREE
95
THE RESISTANCE EXERCISES
131
CHAPTER FIVE
173
CHAPTER
181
ENERGY BLOCK ACUTHERAPY
209
Contents THE MAKEOVERS
225
CHAPTER NINE
241
CHAPTER
255
CHAPTER ELEVEN
275
CHAPTER TWELVE
291
CHAPTER THIRTEEN
315
CHAPTER FOURTEEN
333
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
349
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About the author (2002)

Michael Gerrish, M.S., is an exercise physiologist, personal trainer, and counseling psychotherapist. Formerly a conditioning consultant for the Boston Red Sox and the Boston Bruins, he is also the author of When Working Out Isn't Working Out.

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