Do you read self-improvement books? I have never been much of a reader, but this New Year, I plan to read a few self-improvement books. I am going to start with PUSH by Chalene Johnson and Run Your Butt Off by the editors at Runner’s World Magazine. I have never read a self-help book, so I really don’t know what to expect. Here is a bit about the books I am going to read:
Run Your Butt Off!: A Breakthrough Plan to Lose Weightand Start Running When I first found this book, I thought—perfect, my two goals combined into one book—losing weight and becoming a better runner. The books description on Amazon is:
“Shed unwanted pounds and keep them off ONCE AND FOR ALL with Run Your Butt Off!, a back-to-basics, test panel–approved weight-loss plan and beginners’ running program that yields sustainable, healthy results. The Run Your Butt Off! program is founded on the simple concept that in order to lose weight, calories burned must exceed calories consumed. No gimmicks, no shortcuts, no silver bullets can circumvent that reality. With this program, you’ll learn to burn fat from both sides of the weight-loss equation—the calories in and the calories out—at the same time. Run Your Butt Off! will make you fitter, stronger , and leaner.”
Doesn't all this sound great! My book review and results will surely come soon.
PUSH: 30 Days to Turbocharged Habits, a Bangin' Body, andthe Life You Deserve! You all know of my love for Chalene Johnson. I love her workout DVD’s (Turbo Jam, Turbo Fire and Chalean Extreme), her live workouts (Piyo, Turbo Kick and Hip Hop Hustle) her clothing line and now I get to check out her book. She is my mentor. Chalene has already helped me so much. I have lost over 50 pounds doing her workouts and I can’t wait to see how her book helps me. I hope one day to become an instructor of her workouts. The Amazon description of PUSH is:
“Fitness superstar Chalene Johnson creates a revolutionary 30-day system that will allow readers to transform their bodies, their diets, and their lives!” “Chalene gives readers the life-changing tools they need to change their habits with 30 days of practical steps that include pinpointing goals, reverse engineering a course of action to achieve them, and kicking the clutter—whether that means junk food, draining exercise regimens, or toxic relationships. In one month, readers will learn how to create layers of accountability so that success is their only option.’’
This book was released today and I should get it any day now from Amazon. Getting this book has me so psyched about the New Year and the next year of my life! Again, review to come.
Have read any of these books? Do you read self-improvement books? Which ones do you recommend?
A dream is a wish…