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Fitness Is a Mind Game
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Fitness Is A Mind Game. This book will help you lose weight and get your life into shape. Feeling and looking your best is daily management of balanced eating and activity. You don't have to knock yourself out to lose those pounds. This book will help you develop a daily lifestyle that will soon have you feeling better about yourself. Fitness begins in the mind. Most people experience a daily battle with eating too much and being apathetic about exercise. We daily have spiritual battles that will challenge us. The emotional, spiritual, mental battles of life war against us. If we win the battle of the mind we can win the battle of physical fitness. This book presents a lifestyle and a plan for successful weight loss and life management. When you read this book you'll know that a new you can be achieved. You will be on your way to becoming the person in mind and body of which you have only previously dreamed.

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ADDITIONAL INFO

ISBN
0979062500
EAN
9780979062506
Publisher
Publication Date
04/01/2007
Pages
152
Dimension
22.15cm x 15.29cm x 0.97cm
Age Group
NA to NA
Grades
Not Applicable to Not Applicable
Lexile Level
0
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About Author

Mollette, Glenn
Mollette is a native of Martin County, Kentucky. He is a graduate of Lexington Theological Seminary, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Georgetown College, and Sheldon Clark High School.




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