Fitter Happier Healthier

Fitter  Happier  Healthier

Discover the strength of your mind and body at home Kate Ferdinand. FITTER HAPPIER HEALTHIER The Ultimate Body Plan Kate Ferdinand Any references to 'writing in this book' refer to the. Front Cover.

Author: Kate Ferdinand

Publisher: Penguin UK

ISBN: 9780241386842

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 288

View: 693

Become Fitter, Happier, Healthier with Kate's secrets for harnessing your strength, caring for your mind and making your body feel great from your own home 'Eminently relatable. Non-faddy, easy to cook recipes and a well-explained and doable exercise programme' The Times 'She aims to encourage body confidence by making exercise enjoyable for everyone' Sunday Express Exercise has always been important to Kate, for both the physical and mental benefits. Now, she has developed the ultimate guide to taking control of your physical and mental wellbeing in a truly enjoyable way, without the need for fancy expensive equipment or a gym membership. With insights into her personal regime and how she maintains a positive mental attitude, Kate will guide you through how she stays motivated, healthy and happy! Inside this fully-illustrated guide you'll find: · 4 weeks of empowering at-home exercises for you to follow and gradually build up your fitness · Simple step-by-step instructions for upper body, lower body, and full-body HIIT workouts · Warm-up and cool-down exercises to take care of your body's recovery and mobility · 30 simple and healthy recipes for breakfasts, light meals, main meals & snacks to fuel your exercise and boost your energy · Kate's top tips and advice on how she maintains a healthy lifestyle, stays motivated, manages her anxiety and more · Space for you to fill in your goals and weekly meal plans With Fitter, Happier, Healthier, Kate will show you how to feel great through exercise, nourish your body and maintain a proactive routine from your own home so you can feel motivated, energised and - most importantly - happy. AS SEEN IN THE SUN
Categories: Health & Fitness

Fitter Happier Healthier

Fitter Happier Healthier

With Fitter, Happier, Healthier Kate makes it achievable for everyone to manage their weight, achieve fitness goals and adopt the best habits for maximising energy levels and body-confidence.

Author: Kate Wright

Publisher: Michael Joseph

ISBN: 0241386837

Category: Reducing diets

Page: 288

View: 891

Become Fitter, Happier, Healthier with Kate's secrets for harnessing your strength, caring for your mind and making your body feel great from your own home 'Eminently relatable. Non-faddy, easy to cook recipes and a well-explained and doable exercise programme' The Times 'She aims to encourage body confidence by making exercise enjoyable for everyone' Sunday Express Exercise has always been important to Kate, for both the physical and mental benefits. Now, she has developed the ultimate guide to taking control of your physical and mental wellbeing in a truly enjoyable way, without the need for fancy expensive equipment or a gym membership. With insights into her personal regime and how she maintains a positive mental attitude, Kate will guide you through how she stays motivated, healthy and happy! Inside this fully-illustrated guide you'll find: · 4 weeks of empowering at-home exercises for you to follow and gradually build up your fitness · Simple step-by-step instructions for upper body, lower body, and full-body HIIT workouts · Warm-up and cool-down exercises to take care of your body's recovery and mobility · 30 simple and healthy recipes for breakfasts, light meals, main meals & snacks to fuel your exercise and boost your energy · Kate's top tips and advice on how she maintains a healthy lifestyle, stays motivated, manages her anxiety and more · Space for you to fill in your goals and weekly meal plans With Fitter, Happier, Healthier, Kate will show you how to feel great through exercise, nourish your body and maintain a proactive routine from your own home so you can feel motivated, energised and - most importantly - happy. AS SEEN IN THE SUN
Categories: Reducing diets

The Paleo Primer A Second Helping

The Paleo Primer  A Second Helping

Keris Marsden, Matt Whitmore. FITTER FOOD: A SECOND HELPING FITTER - HAPPIER - HEALTHIER FITTER FOOD: A SECOND HELPING FITTER - HAPPIER - HEALTHIER.

Author: Keris Marsden

Publisher: Duncan Baird Publishers

ISBN: 9781848993440

Category: Cooking

Page: 304

View: 707

Are you happy with how you look and feel? Do you wake up every morning feeling positive and full of energy? Do you enjoy the food you eat? Does your nutrition fuel your training and lifestyle? A paleo diet can help. Following the phenomenal success of The Paleo Primer, fitness and nutrition experts Keris Marsden and Matt Whitmore are back to show how simple it can be to transform your body and mind – in a way that lasts. For anyone who is feeling overweight, tired, bloated, depressed, looking for weight-loss solutions, or simply for those who want to complement the healthy choices they are already making, this book is a bible for health, vitality and happiness. It establishes all the tools and information you will need to make healthy living a true habit and break that cycle of diet and disappointment. Keris and Matt make it simple, actionable and sustainable. With over 130 new quick, nutritious recipes, including protein cookies, smoothies, power snacks and a return of their popular Burger Shack, this book contains all the clear guidance, easy-going attitude and fabulous recipes to make a healthy paleo lifestyle that works for you.
Categories: Cooking

Happier Healthier Tastier 100 Recipes Under 600 Calories

Happier  Healthier  Tastier   100 Recipes Under 600 Calories

When you're feeling fitter, healthier and happier, what could be better than to treat yourself to a special meal and celebrate – or simply enjoy a good meal with family or friends? At the end of this book, you'll find some great menus ...

Author: Courtney Black

Publisher: HarperCollins UK

ISBN: 9780008527587

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 240

View: 635

Best-selling author and fitness icon, Courtney Black, is back with a bigger and better cookbook to fit seamlessly into your busy lifestyle.
Categories: Health & Fitness

The Failed Individual

The Failed Individual

Instead, they are entangled in adversarial relations, whereby the way of designing the body to become fitter, healthier, and happier is just “one way of doing things, chosen from a number of alternative ways” (Simon 1975, 287).

Author: Katharina Motyl

Publisher: Campus Verlag

ISBN: 9783593507828

Category: Social Science

Page: 399

View: 510

"The freedom of the individual to aim high is a deeply rooted part of the American ethos but we rarely acknowledge its flip side: failure. If people are responsible for their individual successes, is the same true of their failures? This book brings together a variety of disciplinary approaches to explore how people fail in the United States and the West at large, whether economically, politically, socially, culturally, or physically. How do we understand individual failure, especially in the context of the zero-sum game of international capitalism? And what new spaces of resistance, or even pleasure, might failure open up for people and society?"--Amazon website.
Categories: Social Science

Manufacturing Happy Citizens

Manufacturing Happy Citizens

How the Science and Industry of Happiness Control our Lives Edgar Cabanas, Eva Illouz ... We should be fitter, happier, healthier, wealthier, smarter, calmer, and more productive – all at once, all today. And we are under pressure to ...

Author: Edgar Cabanas

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781509537907

Category: Social Science

Page: 260

View: 176

The imperative of happiness dictates the conduct and direction of our lives. There is no escape from the tyranny of positivity. But is happiness the supreme good that all of us should pursue? So says a new breed of so-called happiness experts, with positive psychologists, happiness economists and self-development gurus at the forefront. With the support of influential institutions and multinational corporations, these self-proclaimed experts now tell us what governmental policies to apply, what educational interventions to make and what changes we must undertake in order to lead more successful, more meaningful and healthier lives. With a healthy scepticism, this book documents the powerful social impact of the science and industry of happiness, arguing that the neoliberal alliance between psychologists, economists and self-development gurus has given rise to a new and oppressive form of government and control in which happiness has been woven into the very fabric of power.
Categories: Social Science

Enchanting David Bowie

Enchanting David Bowie

invention of) a fitter, happier, healthier self, stripped of all the personae he'd adopted in the previous decade (Ziggy Stardust, Aladdin Sane, The Thin White Duke, Hallowe'en Jack, Major Tom); sexually straighter, in business suits ...

Author: Toija Cinque

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA

ISBN: 9781628923056

Category: Music

Page: 368

View: 110

A longstanding, successful and frequently controversial career spanning more than four decades establishes David Bowie as charged with contemporary cultural relevance. That David Bowie has influenced many lives is undeniable to his fans. He requisitions and challenges his audiences, through frequently indirect lyrics and images, to critically question sanity, identity and essentially what it means to be 'us' and why we are here. Enchanting David Bowie explores David Bowie as an anti-temporal figure and argues that we need to understand him across the many media platforms and art spaces he intersects with including theatre, film, television, the web, exhibition, installation, music, lyrics, video, and fashion. This exciting collection is organized according to the key themes of space, time, body, and memory - themes that literally and metaphorically address the key questions and intensities of his output.
Categories: Music

Masculinity in Crisis

Masculinity in Crisis

But since he stopped work, he has been fitter, happier, healthier than he ever was. But about this generation there is still the feeling of deprivation. They knew decades of unemployment, great poverty, war. For them, life was tough, ...

Author: R. Horrocks

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9780230372801

Category: Social Science

Page: 210

View: 925

This book argues that masculine identity is in deep crisis in Western culture - the old forms are disintegrating, while men struggle to establish new relations with women and with each other. This book offers a fresh look at gender, particularly masculinity, by using material from the author's work as a psychotherapist. The book also considers the contrubtions made by feminism, sociology and anthropology to the study of gender, and suggests that it must be studied from an interdisciplinary standpoint. Masculity is seen to have economic, political and psychological roots, but the concrete development of gender must be traced in the relations of the male infant with his parents. Here the young boy has to separate from his mother, and his own proto-feminine identity, and identify with his father - but in Western culture fathering is often deficient. Male identity is shown to be fractured, fragile and truncated. Men are trained to be rational and violent, and to shut out whole areas of existence and feeling. Many stereotypes imprison men - particularly machismo, which is shown to be deeply masochistic and self-destructive.
Categories: Social Science

Love and Care for the One and Only You

Love and Care for the One and Only You

We are simply trying to become a fitter, happier, healthier version of ourselves, right? So, whether we're talking about church or the gym—“Come as you are” should be your mantra. Don't worry about others looking down on you; ...

Author: Michelle Medlock Adams

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9781617957628

Category: Religion

Page: 272

View: 704

52 devotions celebrate the beauty of our uniqueness and include practical tips for healthy recipes, exercise plans, and wellness suggestions
Categories: Religion

Quit Smoking and Be Happy

Quit Smoking and Be Happy

You're starting to feel fitter, happier, healthier. Your pockets bulge with all that extra money you've been saving and your confidence is growing day after day. Then, disaster. You don't even know how it happened, but suddenly there ...

Author: Christopher Skoyles

Publisher: Christopher Skoyles

ISBN:

Category: Self-Help

Page: 200

View: 724

Offering practical tools and techniques to deal with the physical, mental, and emotional impact of recovering from nicotine addiction, Quit Smoking and Be Happy offers everything you could possibly need to not just extinguish that final cigarette, but to cultivate a life of true freedom, health and joy long after you do so. This book doesn't promise to make quit smoking easy. It doesn't promise that you'll be able to stop smoking without ever experiencing a single craving or withdrawal symptom. What it does promise is that you can still enjoy all the health, wealth and happiness you deserve DESPITE those cravings or withdrawals. In this book, you'll discover: How to cope with cravings without going insane How to deal with stress, anger, and irritability while quitting smoking How to prevent a relapse How to get back on track if you've already relapsed and much, more more. In addition, you'll find an abundance of bonus downloads, worksheets and resources to help you with: Fatigue and fogginess when quitting smoking Preventing weight gain and emotional over-eating Getting through a post-quit depression Recovering from quitter's flu and more.
Categories: Self-Help