THE LITTLE FIT BOOK
Published by Michelle Carlson at Smashwords
Copyright 2011 Michelle Carlson
Smashwords Edition, License Notes
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This book is for all those who have ever wished they knew the secrets....
Use them well.
How to use this book
This book is your portal to a healthier life. We will focus on 4 different sections within this book. Chapter 1 deals with those just starting out on their health and fitness journey, seeking knowledge on where to go. Chapter 2 will help those who want to take it to the next level. Chapter 3 is really for those who need quick help as it offers tried and true tricks of the trade to get you event ready in no time. Chapter 4 covers all the extras you need to know for your healthy lifestyle. Read the book all at once or pick the section you need right now. These secrets and tips are yours to keep and share for a lifetime.
Chapter 1: Starting Out with Healthy Steps
"Motivation is what gets you started. Habit is what keeps you going". -Jim Ryan
Figure Out Your Fitness
Fitness can mean different things to different people. Where one may see muscle definition, another may see muscle bound. Some people enjoy the long, lithe look of a seasoned runner, whereas others prefer the stockier appearance of a body builder. The question you must answer before embarking on this journey is what is fitness to you? This question brings up several others to be aware of such as: What does fitness look like to you? What does fitness feel like to you? How do you envision yourself when you think of fitness? It is important to answer these questions so you may then formulate goals that align with your own personal principles of fitness.