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The Running Experiment
     

The Running Experiment

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by Kristann Monaghan
 
The Running Experiment is an honest,in-your-face look at one woman’s journey
from the sofa and Skittles to exercise and healthy choices. Taken from her blog, Fat Girl Running,these essays cover everything from food to having fun, exercise, relationships,family, body issues and the dreaded‘F’ word...FAT.

Included are anecdotes,

Overview

The Running Experiment is an honest,in-your-face look at one woman’s journey
from the sofa and Skittles to exercise and healthy choices. Taken from her blog, Fat Girl Running,these essays cover everything from food to having fun, exercise, relationships,family, body issues and the dreaded‘F’ word...FAT.

Included are anecdotes, encouragement, tips
recipes and common sense suggestions
for surviving your own Running Experiment.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940016797526
Publisher:
Inknbeans Press
Publication date:
06/20/2013
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
291
File size:
2 MB

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The Running Experiment 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
True stories, real feelings, and fantabulous inspiration. It's ok to say fat, it's ok to not want to be fat, and it's for damn sure ok to laugh about it! Great, great, GREAT book! I read it at 7 chapters per mile ON THE TREADMILL! -Jenny (A Fellow Fat Girl)
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great book!!! She tells a wonderful story about her life and includes her ups and downs with her weight loss goals. It is funny and down to earth. I would recommend this to all of my friends. 
ReneeWeaver More than 1 year ago
I just don't even have words for this book. My jaws hurt from laughing. This is not a romance, erotica, or anything else I generally read. This is a funny book. The author is writing about an experiment, she is going to start running. As a person who has been there I can so relate to this book. There is nothing wrong with the word fat just because society is uncomfortable with it, if you want to call yourself fat then go ahead. She talks about her neighbor with complete humor, such detail that I feel like I am there. I am jealous of the snow she talks about although she despises it greatly. Not sure if it is the snow she hates or the city plow man. The author goes out of her way to give tips for those serious about running, exercising or wanting to be healthy and recipes for those who want a little treat. If you are looking for a really great book, one that will have you laughing out loud, smiling to yourself as you read and slapping your knee because truth is funny - do yourself a favor and get this book!!!