Fat to Fit: 50 Easy Ways to Lose Weightby Stefan Pinto
Does losing weight still seem IMPOSSIBLE? Introducing the method developed and proven by someone just like you! “Fat to Fit: 50 Easy Ways to Lose Weight” is a Vook that blends real world, simple advice with helpful steps and tips. Featured in the New York Times and the Huffington Post, Stefan Pinto’s success story has been an inspiration
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Does losing weight still seem IMPOSSIBLE? Introducing the method developed and proven by someone just like you! “Fat to Fit: 50 Easy Ways to Lose Weight” is a Vook that blends real world, simple advice with helpful steps and tips. Featured in the New York Times and the Huffington Post, Stefan Pinto’s success story has been an inspiration to diet dropouts everywhere.
Stefan Pinto completely transformed himself from an out-of-shape, overweight office worker to an in-demand model and actor, through health discoveries all his own. In this Vook, Stefan shows you how to maintain your love of good food while exploring new, practical ways to get fit. From nutrition to the gym, you’ll discover 50 ways to lose weight and change your life, and videos that will motivate and inspire you. You'll finally see results without depriving yourself of anything!
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There are skipped pages, sentences that don't carry over to the next page and what appear to be hunks of missing text.
nothing great but some useful tips
A lot of great information. I have followed many of the tips in this book and have lost quite a bit of weight.
There are some good common sense tips in this book but I have to disagree with the statement about how home gyms just won't cut it and you have to physically go to a place designed to make you sweat with people with "like minds". I have had a home gym for years and I have had excellent results with it. My home gym is in a designated place in a finished basement with an elliptical, a Body Solid weight machine, dumbbells, and a TV and stereo setup, etc. I used to belong to gyms for years and I learned the proper way to work out, breath and stretch and I wouldn't trade that experience for anything. However, when I did belong to gyms, I used to catch the worst colds and flues, especially in the winter time. It is more convenient and healthier for me to use my home gym where I don't have to wait in line for equipment, I can watch whatever I want on TV, and I don't have to deal with gossipy numb-nuts and the "cruisy" social types I had to deal with in the gyms where I live. I like to socialize enough but my exercise time is my time and I don't want to mingle with or talk to other people during my workouts. If you get the right equipment and learn how to use it without killing yourself, a home gym is better than joining a gym and in the long run will pay for itself in not having to spend hundreds of dollars a year in dues and fees of a gym membership. If you have the space and the money I recommend getting a home gym where you can work out in privacy. I love my home gym and it has loved me back.
Useful tips for eating out and just living life without feeling guilty about eating with friends. Not really necessary to read from beginning to end to understand. Tips work in any order.
This book has great tips!! I have been following them, and I have lost weight from it! Stefan us truly an amazing person!
Eat right, go to a gym, 'nuff said.