The mechanics of Hobbs' diet plan is what we all know. It's a matter of what you eat and how much you burn off. What makes this book different is her approach to dieting, mainly by taking it one day at a time. It's refreshingly simple and reminds me of the question, "How do you eat an elephant?" The answer is "one bite at a time." You choose to be successful by focusing on daily successes and small steps.
She's no nonsense when she insists that you follow the three components for success: Food, Fitness and Faith. The faith component is not necessarily religious faith, but the idea of believing in something and living it. This is where she gets into your head, which is where the problem lies for most of us.
I like that her fitness routines are things you can do right at home The success stories that are highlighted throughout the book are inspirational.
I have an extra copy of this book to give away. If you're interested, leave me a comment or send me an e-mail at the address in my profile by Monday, January 11 at 6:00 mountain time.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~The author of Never Say Diet and The Never Say Diet Personal Fitness Trainer, Chantel Hobbs is a motivational speaker, life coach, personal trainer, marathon runner, wife, and mother of four whose story has been featured on Oprah, The Today Show, Good Morning America, Fox & Friends, the 700 Club, and the covers of People and First magazines. She appears weekly on two fitness-themed radio programs and promotes her One-Day Way Learning System on television. Visit Chantel at ChantelHobbs.com for fitness updates and coaching tips.
This book was provided for review by the WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group.