It is no secret that I have struggled with my weight most of my life. I have talked about that several times now. I am always looking for the next best thing. I know there is no miracle drug out there that is going to instantly transform me while I sleep. It is going to take hard work and dedication on my part. I will continue to use the different tools out there to help me reach my goals, but one thing I must work on the most, other then eating, is exercise.
At this point I am more worried about my health in general other then looking good in jeans. I lost my Dad when he was only 42 because of his heart. I lost my sister when she was 43 due to her heart. My Mother just had a pacemaker put in. A couple weeks ago my brother in law was put in the hospital because of his heart and now he is at home with a heart monitor on. This is all scary to me.
That is why I was so inspired by a book I was recently sent by Nadia Murdock. The book is called You Can Have it All: Fitness Edition. what makes this book different then all the other books out there? For me it was real.
disclaimer: I received a free copy of this book before writing this review. I wasn’t required to write a positive review and all opinions are 100% my own.
Several books I have read goes too fast. They are for people that is advanced in fitness and to be honest I get overwhelmed and lost. In Nadia’s book she writes it with everyone in mind. No matter what level you are!
This book is very inspirational. As well as talking about fitness & working out, she also adds expert advice from trainers such as Bob Harper from “The Biggest Loser” & Alyeca Ungaro of “Real Pilates”.
This book seriously has inspired and motivated me. I encourage you to “>check it out!
Nadia has been there and knows what she is talking about. She has always been passionate about fitness after experiencing her own dramatic fluctuations in weight loss and gain she wanted to share the ways
fitness has become an important part of her life.
Not only has Nadia worked with fitness experts such as Bob Harper (A guy I would love to meet, I think haha), renowned fitness instructor and author Marta Montenegro, Real Pilates’ Alyeca Ungaro, and Powerstrike’s Ilaria Montagnani. She is also cofounder of cocoa zumba.
Nadia also wrote for the New York Fitness Examiner in 2008 and in the same year launched her Fashion PR company.
I have had the pleasure with working with Nadia on a few projects now and have found out that She is a very sweet caring person and I am glad to have got to know her.
I am also glad that I can share this book with you all. So be sure and check it out!