"Psychology of Weight Loss": An Iconic New Book in Health and Fitness

Dubai, United Arab Emirates (PressExposure) July 02, 2014 -- Wayne Lambert, ACSM certified Health and Fitness Specialist, Master Neurolinguistic Practitioner and Nutrition Specialist, former Royal Marine Commando, CEO of Wellness FitCoach, and the author of "Why not Stay Fat", "Maximize your Fitness Potential" and "Exercise Therapy - Rehab Exercises" is back with his new book titled "Psychology of Weight Loss" (publication date 24 Jan 2014, ISBN-10: 0956149472, ISBN-13: 978-0956149473). This book is going to take the health-conscious community by storm, as weight loss results are expected within 21 days.

The author takes into account the total physiological thought process that unifies our body and mind to yield a healthier and happier human being. The author believes that "the weight loss process is not as much about dumbbells, treadmills and carbohydrates as it is about attitude, thinking, beliefs, passion, self-control, decisions, standards and habits". This book combines mind, nutrition and physical activities to achieve the goal of weight loss in a step-by-step well-explained manner.

Weight Loss is a common new year's resolution, which we often fail to achieve. This book helps us discover how to break down our goals into smaller steps, how to reward ourselves on achieving the goals, whom to discuss about our goals, how to focus on the benefits of our success, and even how to record the progress. This book helps us to come up with the best individualized weight loss plan and most importantly helps us to stick to it. The information and advice offered in this book is valuable for regaining self-control and for leading a healthy happy life via natural weight loss.

This book is available in paperback version through Amazon:

A Kindle edition is also available:

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Press Release Submitted On: July 02, 2014 at 3:26 pm
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