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Flip the Switch: Lose the Excuses, Lose the Weight, and Get the Body You've Always Wanted epub ebook

by Jim Karas

Flip the Switch: Lose the Excuses, Lose the Weight, and Get the Body You've Always Wanted epub ebook

Author: Jim Karas
Category: Diets & Weight Loss
Language: English
Publisher: Harmony; 1 edition (March 30, 2004)
Pages: 336 pages
ISBN: 1400049709
ISBN13: 978-1400049707
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 263
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Let Jim Karas?s Flip the Switch show you how to change your life?today

Let Jim Karas?s Flip the Switch show you how to change your life?today. This book helped me make the mental change I needed to get the weight off. So far, I've lost 35 pounds (in 3 months), and still have a very strong resolve to get the rest off. I don't feel 'deprived' in any way - just the opposite, as a matter of fact. The book does not contain any radical new info; no 'magic bullet'. But for me, this book has truly helped me "flip the switch".

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Jim Karas' approach involves getting you to first believe that you ca. .

Flip the Switch : Lose the Excuses, Lose the Weight, and Get the Body You've Always Wanted. After following the advice in this book for four weeks, I'm within 20 pounds of my goal weight for the first time in five years. I've done Atkins and South Beach, but my weight loss would always stall after the first two weeks. Jim Karas' approach involves getting you to first believe that you can follow a sensible, effective weight loss program, and then he gives you the diet and exercise guidelines you need.

According to Jim Karas-the man who has helped countless people lose weight and literally reshape their lives-it's none of the above! Nor is it your gender, your age, or any other reason you may have considered. The answer, says Jim, is that you still haven't mentally "flipped the switch"-that is, reached the point where the desire to lose weight ?nally becomes more important than the desire to overeat and avoid exercise

From Flip the Switch, by diet guru Jim Karas. I've always liked this quote. One recent study tracked the eating habits and weight loss of more than 3,000 people.

From Flip the Switch, by diet guru Jim Karas. Whenever I feel overwhelmed, I stop and realize that although there is nothing I can do to erase the past, I can start at this point and lay the groundwork for the future. Several years ago, a well-known dietitian conducted a survey of 200 individuals who had successfully met their weight-loss goals. In a group of individuals who had lost at least 70 pounds and kept it off successfully, scientists found that 78 percent ate breakfast every day. The reason?

Lose the excuses, lose the weight.

Lose the excuses, lose the weight. Flip the Switch and get the body you've always wanted. Condition: Very Good Clean, just purchased from bookstore & read once, no writing, square, tight. Shipping cost outside the USA: mail quote is estimated. I'll update the cost on the invoice at that time. We are a smoke/pet free home.

Weight loss expert Jim Karas has shaped the bodies of Diane Sawyer . Are you tired of endless workouts that only make you want to eat more?

Weight loss expert Jim Karas has shaped the bodies of Diane Sawyer, Paula Zahn, Hugh Jackman, and even Oprah's best pal, Gayle King. You won't just lose weight - you'll sculpt a whole new physique. Are you constantly pounding away on the treadmill but never losing a pound? Does every step on the StairMaster become more and more painful? Are you tired of endless workouts that only make you want to eat more? Cardiovascular workouts do burn a few calories, but far fewer than you think. And the more cardio you do, the hungrier you feel.

Once you start losing weight, you can focus on exercises that can help tone the muscles in and around your hips and core. Having less fat and stronger lower body muscles may give your hips a leaner, more sculpted appearance. Plus, having more muscle and less fat will help you burn calories at a faster pace, making it easier to control your weight. Read on to learn more about the best ways to drop inches and tone your hip muscles. Exercise and workout options. Squats are a versatile exercise that target many of the muscles in your lower body

Are you constantly pounding away on the treadmill but never losing a pound? Does every step on the StairMaster become more and more painful? Are you tired of endless workouts that only make you want to eat more? Cardiovascular workouts do burn a few calories, but far fewer than you think. Weight loss expert Jim Karas has shaped the bodies of Diane Sawyer, Paula Zahn, Hugh Jackman, and even Oprah's best pal, Gayle King.

Believing in yourself is the first step to flipping the switch.

According to Jim Karas—the man who has helped countless people lose weight and literally reshape their lives—it’s none of the above! Nor is it your gender, your age, or any other reason you may have considered. The answer, says Jim, is that you still haven’t mentally “flipped the switch”—that is, reached the point where the desire to lose weight ?nally becomes more important than the desire to overeat and avoid exercise. The biggest hurdle you will ever face in losing weight isn’t sticking to a diet or going to the gym every day. It’s simply this: getting started.Now the creator of the number one New York Times bestselling book The Business Plan for the Body arms you with the tools that will help you turn your desire for weight loss into reality. Flip the Switch will show you how to:• Blast through the excuses with a series of revealing self-tests that help you confront, understand, and ultimately overcome your issues of denial• Slim down with a detailed set of eating guidelines, including a seven-day jump-start diet plan with menus and shopping lists• Hack through the nonsense (“Only strenuous aerobics will slim me down”) and negative mental graffiti (“I hate my body”; “I’ll never lose weight”) that are holding you back• Firm up with three quick and simple exercise routinesJim’s eating and exercise recommendations are realistic and satisfying, especially when you begin to see the results! If you haven’t flipped the switch, then you haven’t taken the most essential step toward weight loss. Let Jim Karas’s Flip the Switch show you how to change your life—today.
Reviews (7)
Painwind
I purchased this book not too long ago and I must say that I find the author's no-nonsense approach to weight loss and fitness very intelligent and motivating.

Mr. Karas succinctly dismisses all types of fad diets and myths about diet and exercise (i.e. "Carbs make you fat", "Eating after 7pm causes weight gain"). His simple approach to food/weight loss - you're not losing weight because you are eating too many calories for your activity level/age - is unpopular but nevertheless is fact. If you are burning 1700 calories a day and your intake is 2400, you'll gain weight, whether those calories are from Oreos or grilled chicken breast. It is far easier to consume too many Oreos than too much chicken breast - and he rightly points out that this is where the problem lies. I found this just the reality check I needed. He denounces all fad diets and instead promotes sensible eating habits that can be maintained for life. All good advice.

Because of his advice in this book and "The Cardio-Free Diet", he tends to come across as someone who is anti-cardio. Speaking as a serious runner, this irked me a bit, until I realized that his objection is not to cardio itself, but to using cardio as an excuse to eat, which happens all too frequently. I've certainly done that! He's right - it IS tempting to think that you can eat that (second) doughnut because you just ran 5 miles. That's how I gained weight training for a half marathon!

His emphasis on strength training is very valid. Muscle loss with age is an unfortunate fact of life, and people - especially those older than 35 - who weight train and are also lean have stronger, shapelier bodies than those who are merely thin. Now that I am in my 40s, I realize that the key to maintaining my shape (and my bones, and my metabolism) lies in more muscle, not more miles on the treadmill or on the road.

I won't give up running because of this book, because I love the sport of running. However, I won't use it as an excuse for over-eating, either, or think that just being thin enough to fit into my skinny jeans represents overall fitness. His book was enough to get me off my cardio-bunny duff and into the weight room, with accompanying results.

Overall, a very motivating read and a message I needed to hear.

Dibei
I've been varying degress of overweight all my adult life, but in the last 5 years, I ballooned up to nearly 100 pounds over my healthy weight. I've always known what it takes to lose weight -- expend more calories than you take in -- but still had a tough time trying to take off any significant amount of weight. This book helped me make the mental change I needed to get the weight off. So far, I've lost 35 pounds (in 3 months), and still have a very strong resolve to get the rest off. I don't feel 'deprived' in any way -- just the opposite, as a matter of fact. The book does not contain any radical new info; no 'magic bullet'. But for me, this book has truly helped me "flip the switch".

Kale
I am a 65 yr old gym rat and I thought I knew something about exercise but this book changed my views. I am doing a lot less cardio exercise and more weights and I can tell a difference after two weeks. I will start the diet plan net week and I think I will get positive results there as well. If you have an open mind about training, then give thus a whirl...I think you will like the results.

Gogal
After following the advice in this book for four weeks, I'm within 20 pounds of my goal weight for the first time in five years. I've done Atkins and South Beach, but my weight loss would always stall after the first two weeks. Jim Karas' approach involves getting you to first believe that you can follow a sensible, effective weight loss program, and then he gives you the diet and exercise guidelines you need. Yes, you will have to exercise, resistance/weight training is crucial, and you will have to follow an eating plan that asks you to burn more calories than you take in. All I know is, I feel and look better than I have in years.

Hiclerlsi
good, although nonfiction

wanderpool
not so much

Phalaken
good ideas...still need to find inner motivation though

I bought this book about 5 weeks ago and couldn't put it down. Then, I followed everything the author, Jim Karas, said I should do.
It was SO simple. I did his 7 Day Jump Start Diet and lost 5 pounds the first week. I did the exercise program with these SPRI tubes (they are cheap and so easy to navigate) and I weighed myself every Monday.
If you can believe it, I am down 18 pounds in just 5 weeks. I am so excited about summer because for once, I am proud of my body and not afraid to wear a bathing suit or shorts.
I urge everyone to give this program a try. It works. I have told my cousin (she has always struggled with her weight) and she has been at it for three weeks and is down 10 pounds. My mom is ready to begin on Monday.
Everyone, read it and do it. It will change your life.

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