After years spent eating like the Hungry Caterpillar, I am sick of it. Days turn into weeks, weeks turn into months and months are suddenly years. Then all of a not-so-sudden, I am 100.6 kg. The time has come for transformation. FormerSilver Fernnetball player April Ieremia has struggled with her weight since retiring from elite sport. Fed up, April challenges herself tolose 30 kg in 30 weeks. No gimmicks and no tricks just eating intelligently and exercising regularly. She enlists the help of Scott Cottier, former NZ Special Forces trainer, to whip her into shape. April finds it hard to stick to her goal and keep the weight off. Trips overseas derail her programme; she rewards herself with sweet treats; she sits at home in tears, battling with herself to get off the couch and go for a run. April's weight loss journey will strike a chord with women everywhere. April Loses It features handytraining tips from Scott and an adaptabletraining programme. Follow April through the 30 toughest weeks of her life and find out how she turns tears into triumph. Watch YouTube video of April introducing her book April Loses ItAt this stage there were a number of inspirational candidates for the prize, but I was guessing at the enditwould be tough tochoose. Who isto say ... Itwas notgoing to be easy and I knewit would comedownto thebasics: support, weight loss and worthiness. Wow, Ifelt ... No to all of the above a it was my 30day challenge. Week16 I ... Adopting Bikram yogaa#39;s 30day idea was my inspiration for this madness.
|Title||:||April Loses It|
|Publisher||:||Penguin UK - 2012-04-26|