New weight loss book
Yet another weight loss book has made its way onto the shelves of an already saturated market.
But with official figures revealing that Britain is in the midst of an obesity crisis, we clearly need all the help we can get – so perhaps the release of Alex Buckley’s Ssh! Lose Weight in 20 Minutes is timeous in deed.
Buckley’s weight loss philosophy goes against traditional dieting wisdom and strongly encourages followers not to share their goals or even tell anyone they’re losing weight, which seems like a logical course of action.
I imagine that the pressure of accountability to spectators of the weight loss battle may in fact hinder the whole process?
The point is moot.
Buckley’s theory is that by setting tiny, achievable eating and activity goals; long term and sustainable weight loss and health improvements are more easily achievable.
Weight loss is accomplished by changing your habits for a total of just 20 minutes every other day.
Buckley, no fitness guru or dietician, speaks entirely from his own experience. Ssh! Lose Weight in 20 Minutes describes common sense tactics that combine the basic principles of healthy eating with the everyday reality of our daily routines.
By taking a methodical approach and combining a number of small adjustments that didn’t disrupt his life in any way, Buckley lost more than three stones over the course of a few months.
Alex Buckley’s weight loss technique focuses on the psychology of changing habits as opposed to implementing drastic dieting schemes. You know what they always say: what works for some may not work for others.
If Buckley’s weight loss secrets interest you, Ssh! Lose Weight in 20 Minutes is available to for online purchase from amazon.co.uk.
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