Reset Your Thoughts
There may be plenty of things that are getting in your way. You want to feel better, have more energy, have better focus, lose weight, and know that you are doing something very positive for yourself. Often it seems that the options either take too much time, may be expensive, or aren’t “enjoyable.”
“Lose Weight? Exercise More? I Don’t Think So!” brings a whole new perspective to the problem of losing weight and getting more exercise. It explains why it can be so hard and so confusing to do something that we know is good for us. If you have been told by your doctor to make these changes for your health, or even if you have come to this conclusion yourself, this book offers an easy-to-understand solution to the whole mess of diet and exercise.
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WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING
Kristen Arms You with the All-Important How
As a primary care doctor, I spend a lot of time advising my patients on WHAT to change in order to get healthy. Kristen Carter’s book arms patients with the all-important HOW. By helping people understand the psychological hurdles to achieving meaningful change, this easy-to-read book helps them translate knowledge into action. A valuable read for patients who have struggled to adopt the healthy habits they need.
JARED DAVIS, MD
Give Yourself the Gift of Time
This is a common sense and easy to read approach to what it really takes to make some changes for your health. It’s very difficult to switch from our beloved habits without the knowledge that Kristen gives us in this book. It makes sense to make small steps toward a new you! Rejoicing in each accomplishment helps, and giving yourself the gift of months, not weeks, is so important. Kristen has written an effective, well-researched guide to give many of us an accessible new approach.
JON J. CRAM, MD
Kristen Gives Us the Tools
Kristen Carter gets right to the point in this easy to read and relatable book. She helps us understand why it can be so hard and so confusing to do something that we know is good for us. She gives us the tools to cultivate healthy habits.
KIM RICHARDS, PT, DPT
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Kristen Carter, MS
I am the creator of Design for Fitness and have been working in fitness and nutrition for over 25 years. I reexamine the tools we have been using to lead healthier lives by taking a fresh look at some of the challenges we face. Obstacles such as images put out by the fitness industry, commercialism in gyms, pressure from those selling the latest fad, body/brain chemistry, human nature, fast food, and our own busy lives and current lifestyles. My passion is helping people become healthier, more energetic, and able to move better by making fitness and nutrition a regular and accessible part of their lives.