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Lose Those Last 10 Pounds: The 28-Day Foolproof Plan to a Healthy Body
Fight those last 10 pounds and WIN! America’s most popular fitness guru presents a sure-fire weight-loss program guaranteed to get results–in just twenty-eight days.76% (12)
As everyone knows, the last 10 pounds are always the hardest ones to lose. Now award-winning fitness expert Denise Austin offers a fat-blasting, foolproof 28-day program that shows you how to jump-start your metabolism, develop healthy eating and fitness habits, and shed your body’s most stubborn pounds–forever.
Whether you are stuck in a dieting rut, or simply need to shape up for a special occasion, you can reach your ideal weight in just four weeks and feel healthier and stronger than ever before. Denise’s innovative approach combines cutting-edge fitness techniques such as kickboxing and yoga with 28 days of slimming recipes, such as Morning Glory Smoothies, Tuna Teriyaki, Lemon Herb-Roasted Chicken, Black Bean Quesadillas, and even Filet Mignon. Her weekly formula for success includes:
• Only threethirty-minute fat-blasting aerobic workouts
• Two thirty-minute yoga/Pilates-based workouts to keep your body and spirit balanced
• One-minute “Fidget-cize”exercises to help you burn calories anytime, anywhere
• Three healthy, tasty meals and snacks for every day of the week with easy-to-follow recipes
• Week-at-a-Glance exercise plans and grocery lists
So get ready to rev up your metabolism and start building a body you’ll love! With her infectious enthusiasm and trademark energy and flare, Denise will champion you every step of the way toward a slimmer, healthier, happier you.
If positive thinking alone could strip weight off people, anyone reading this latest tome from the perpetually perky Denise Austin would be thin. Good vibes leap from the page, whether she's describing her own attitude toward life ("Happiness is a choice that is available to anyone") or simply introducing exercise information ("Burn the Fat!" "Build the Muscle!" "Get Flexible!").
Austin says that she gets more requests for advice on losing the final 10 pounds than on any other subject, and in response she's created a very solid combination of "eat less" and "exercise more," the twin pillars of any scientifically sound weight-loss prescription. Austin jazzes it up with some yoga- and Pilates-based exercises, an exhortation to move more throughout the day (she calls it "Fidget-cize"), and a "Mind-Body-Spirit" routine that serves as a cooldown for her three-times-a-week cardiovascular workouts.
Her meal plan is 1,500 calories a day, and includes weekly shopping lists, followed by easy-to-prepare meals that range from a peanut-butter sandwich to more gourmet fare like lemon herb-roasted chicken thighs. Sprinkled in with the meal plans are daily exercise tips ("Do tummy tucks while you sit in your car"), and a bit of philosophy from the school of thought she calls Denisiology ("A smile, a compliment, one kind sentence--those little things can make a person's day.").
The biggest strength of Austin's plan is that it combines good science with good variety; those who try it won't get bored with the food or the exercises. As for that always-upbeat tone, well, it seems to work well enough for Austin. --Lou Schuler
2008:Day 36 My Birthday Shirt...
It say "I've Arrived Now The Party Can Begin" I will try and take a better shot of it later! Today I turn 27 years old. 27 years old holy crap I am getting old! I know I know still a baby but to me it seems like I am getting old. I mean I am no longer closer to 20 than I am to 30. I have class all day, tests and papers and lectures and they really don't care if it is your birthday. Tonight I go to dinner with some of my girlfriends and my family at the same restaurant I go to every single year. I love it and enjoy eating my favorite meal there. So last year I posted 26 things I wanted to do before I turned 27 and decided to make an annual tradition. I have been doing it since my 25th birthday. I mean I am all about lists and all and setting goals so here goes. This year I am posting 27 things I want to accomplish before I am 28! 1. Renew My Passport 2. Continue down the path of happiness 3. Finish this semester with honors and take a few courses before I drive out west. 4. Enjoy peace in my life 5. See my family as much as I can 6. Continue to go out weekly and meet new people 7. Run a Marathon - yeah um still on there from the last two years but I will 8. Continue to lose weight, making my grand total weight loss of 85 pounds reality - yeah still on there. 9. Be more spontaneous 10. Go to girls weekend in Kansas 11. Go to Clearwater and have a really great family vacation 12. Start dating more 13. Drive out west this summer and down the west coast 14. Continue to love people for who they are not who I think they should be 15. Laugh often 16. Find love again with a truly fabulous man 17. Work on my business and advertising 18. Learn more about Photoshop 19. Continue to learn and grow as a photographer 20. Treat myself to special things from time to time 21. Save money for my around the world trip when I graduate college 22. Treat others as I would want to be treated 23. Continue to exercise multiple times a week 24. Continue taking a picture a day for 365 days and increase my creativity! 25. Go to Africa to visit my sister and her children. 26. Overcome the pain from my divorce and the past few years. 27. Love me for me I plan to accomplish all of my goals and will keep you posted. Thank you for sticking with me and helping me get to this point. I am totally touched by all the wonderful people in my life.Meal Planning
Dreary, rainy morning. Sitting down w/ a stack of cookbooks to see if I can predict what we might want to eat for the next month. Goal, as always, more veg. I get so excited after we groccery shop I want to make everything at once. Wed. 7/7/10
A unique eating plan for both novice and experienced runners--to help you achieve optimum performance and keep those unwanted pounds off.Similar posts:
If you are a serious runner, or are thinking about starting a running or run/walk program to keep fit and help you lose weight, forget about the traditional food pyramid--or today's low-carb diets. As noted dietitian Madelyn H. Fernstrom, Ph.D., C.N.S., explains, the eating plan that best meets the needs of runners at all levels is based on a 50 percent carb, 25 percent protein, 25 percent fat ratio. Here Dr. Fernstrom details a realistic program, individualized for each person's activity level, that will enable runners to maximize their performance while maintaining long-term success at weight control.
In Runner's World The Runner's Diet, the reader will discover:
o Why the 50-25-25 ratio works best for runners--and even walkers
o How to match your eating pattern to your running style
o How to make use of a daily food and activity log
With the imprimatur of Runner's World, the leading authority in the running field, this is the first book to recognize that runners cannot depend solely on physical activity to control their weight--and to outline a lifetime weight-loss plan that is best for their special needs.
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