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Fat Chance by Nick SpaldingMeet Zoe and Greg Milton, a married couple who have let themselves go.
Zoe was a stunner in her high school days, but the intervening decades have added seventy pounds, and removed most of her self-esteem.
Gregs rugby-playing days are well and truly behind him, thanks to countless beers and fast food.
When Elise, a radio DJ and Zoes best friend, tells them about a new competition, it seems like the perfect opportunity to turn their lives around. Fat Chance will pit six hefty couples against one another to see who can collectively lose the most weight and walk away with a large cash prize.
So begins six months of abject misery, tears, and frustration—that just might turn out to be the best thing that ever happened to them—in another laugh-out-loud look at the way we live now from bestselling author Nick Spalding.
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Arguably the number one transformation expert in Europe, he is renowned as a body composition specialist capable of getting his clients into their best ever shape in the quickest possible time. A former competitive strength and physique athlete, Nick has amassed several decades of practical experience in coaching athletic excellence, and is committed to the science of exercise training and analytically sound nutritional planning. A rigorous method and methodology are rooted in everything that he does, so that he can predict for his clients the exact changes their bodies will make, instilling confidence and transparency into a process that has in the past been too often clouded by haphazard guesswork. Nick Mitchell is, without question, the king of body transformations. With an approach that is firmly rooted in real world application, Nick ensures that each and every client has a practical programme and exercise philosophy that fits around their unique desires and lives. This is the only way he knows to guarantee long-term success.
Have you read every book and article on program design and periodization, but still feel lost on how to Although most resources on program design review the foundational scientific principles of training, they often fail to provide practical This following article of mine was edited by Lindsay Vastola for future publication in Personal Fitness Professional magazine. PFP is a totally free, bi-monthly publication that is an absolute must-read for all personal trainers. So, make sure you go here to subscribe
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I Used To Be Fat was an MTV reality series that follows overweight teens striving to achieve weight loss through means of diet and exercise. Each episode follows one teenager who is paired with a motivational personal trainer. A trainer teaches them new exercise and eating habits over the next few months while offering emotional support. Documented students share their personal trials and tribulations in the series. Several episodes of the show have covered a high school student's last summer before college. These students expressed a desire for a metamorphosis before they start their new lives away from home.