Rafflecopter Giveaway: Fit Moms for Life by Dustin Maher
Kabil is only 21 months old and he keeps me busy. I have less energy and desperately want to reduce baby fat. Now, I am glad to have the opportunity to review this book, Fit Moms for Life by Dustin Maher. Reducing weight is not easy unless you avoid sugar, diet soda and coffee I am addicted to coffee for refreshment. Sometimes, I get spoiled easily by trying sweet treats from Pinterest.
If we concentrate our body weight and read this book, then we can shed some pounds and stay in good shape. I love his websites to see before and after pictures of women and enjoy reading their experience. I hope I can change my routine to get my strength and energy.
While reading this book, I have some ideas and came to know that the healthy type of cereals made with whole grain and some nutrition have high sugar. We will gain extra pounds if we eat it at least one cup of cereal with milk. This book will help us not to skip Breakfast and eat healthy toast with eggs, cooked oatmeal and barley. I love cereal but I have to choose carefully reading the label that has five grams of sugar or less per serving. Remember each serving in cereal has between 6 and 20 grams of sugar. 10 grams of sugar = 3 teaspoons of sugar. What if you eat two or three servings at a time, you are eating it in high sugar content without knowing that can cause obesity. To add sweetness to your cereal, use dried fruits, fresh berries, sliced fruits or granola.
Moms feel overworked and under appreciated. Fit Moms For Life acknowledges the challenges and struggles moms face in getting in shape, but provides a road map that is very doable because of the short workouts and eating plan that is designed for moms on the go. Each chapter contains 3-4 stories of moms who have already conquered their weight loss battles and share their wisdom and advice to the moms reading Fit Moms For Life. Their stunning before and after pictures are a reminder of what is possible. The workout plan is anti-cardio based. We believe that long distance cardio goes against the goals of weight loss, therefore we don’t prescribe it at all.
About the Author
Dustin Maher is a graduate from the University of Wisconsin with a degree in Kinesiology with a minor in business. Dustin has helped more than 5,000 women get into shape and owns one of the largest bootcamp programs in the country and has sold over 10,000 DVDs without any paid advertising. Dustin has been seen on TV almost 90 times and is a regular guest on public radio. He has also appeared on the cover of magazines and been featured in many other magazines and newspapers throughout the country.
Follow Fit Moms for Life on