Balance Your Life - Jodie Kidd (Paperback)

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9780241364147
Department
Books
Released
3 Jan 2019
Supply Source
UK

Book

Authors
Jodie Kidd
Amelie Khellaf
Subtitle
A 6-week Eating and Exercise Plan for a Calmer, Healthier You
Binding
Paperback / softback
Publisher
Dorling Kindersley Ltd
Language
English
Number of Pages
224
Dimensions
227 x 190 x 190mm (227g)

Summary

Day by day, this six-week integrated eating and fitness programme gives you simple meal plans using everyday ingredients, and on some days a quick basic home exercise routine. Specially devised by French personal trainer and nutritionist Amelie Khellaf-Govett, voted one of London's top fitness coaches by Tatler in 2016 and 2017, it will retrain your body, reset your relationship with food, and help you take control of your life.

Everything is planned for you, right down to the shopping lists. And since it's designed by a Frenchwoman who doesn't believe in "diets", there's no hardship! Amelie's delicious weekly eating plans are accompanied by simple, healthy recipes and her time-efficient home workouts are explained with clear step-by-step photography. Whatever your goals - perhaps to think more clearly, sleep better, tone up, or lose weight - having a training and nutrition plan that you can realistically follow from day to day will help you feel in control of your life, be kinder to yourself and achieve a sense of balance.

Jodie Kidd - seeking greater control over her frenetic life, eating habits, and approach to exercise - proves the effectiveness of Amelie's plan and shares her experiences as she progresses through the six weeks. She found the programme easy to follow, and realistic enough to fit around her busy life as a single mother and pub landlord. You, too will find that this is a self-care programme you can stick to. And when you get to the end of the six-week plan, Amelie's foolproof strategies for moving forward will help you maintain that control over your life.

We all yearn for a calmer, more balanced, healthy lifestyle - Amelie's plan promises this. That's the reason she's London's go-to personal trainer for successful women.

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General Subject
Health/Fitness
BISAC Subject 1
Health & Fitness / Diets
BISAC Subject 2
Self-Help / Personal Growth / Self-Esteem
BISAC Subject 3
Health & Fitness / Nutrition
BISAC Subject 4
Health & Fitness / Weight Loss
BISAC Subject 5
Cooking / Health & Healing / Low Fat
BIC Classification 1
Popular medicine & health
BIC Classification 2
Diets & dieting
BIC Classification 3
Exercise & workout books
BIC Classification 4
Assertiveness, motivation & self-esteem
BIC Classification 5
Health & wholefood cookery
Library Subject 1
Reducing diets - Recipes
Library Subject 2
Reducing exercises - Popular works
Library Subject 3
Reducing diets - Recipes
Dewey Classification
613.7 613.7
Readership
General (US: Trade)

Author Bio

Jodie Kidd enjoys living in the countryside, with her son Indio, and has recently opened a pub, The Half Moon, in the village of Kirdford, West Sussex. She's into sustainability and growing her own veg and is a keen cook, having been a runner up on Celebrity MasterChef in 2014. Having been discovered as a model at the age of just 15, she shot into the spotlight; however, she struggled with anxiety and was forced to quit her modelling career. Now, twenty years later and in a much happier place, she wants to ensure she is leading a calmer, healthier life.

Amelie Khellaf-Govett, a French personal trainer and nutritionist now living in London, was voted one of Tatler's top 5 personal trainers in 2016 and 2017. Their assessment: "Just a few sessions and already your mind is in as good shape as your arse. Best of all, wine isn't off limit. So French." (Tatler Gym Awards 2017). A 2016 Cosmo cover story quoted her as "The go-to personal trainer behind London's most powerful business women". Amelie doesn't do trends or fad training, instead focussing on sensible, realistic goals that you can carry through into your daily life long-term.