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Lose Weight: WITHOUT Dieting - Train your mind, change your eating habits and start losing weight today! (lose pounds, weight loss motivation, weight loss tips, healthy dieting Book 6) [Kindle Edition]

David Nordmark
3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (94 customer reviews)

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Book Description

Learn How To Use The Power Of Your Mind To Achieve Real, Natural Weight Loss

Diets Don't Work, But Changing Your Habits DOES. This Book Will Show You How

The weight loss and diet industry pulls in more than 40 billion dollars annually in the United States alone. Despite this massive amount of money people just seem to keep packing on the pounds. Why is this? The truth of the matter is that the diet industry is largely a fraudulent empire based on false assumptions that it largely perpetuates. Which of the following statements do you believe?

  • My problem is that I need to lose 20 pounds 
  • There is no substitute for will power if you want to lose weight 
  • All successful programs for healthy and natural weight loss require a special eating plan made up of low calorie meals 
  • Three pounds a week is about the minimum amount of weight that you should expect to lose on a healthy diet plan 
The fact of the matter is that it would take me about 50 push-ups, 100 deep knee bends and 200 sit ups combined with running around the block to burn off the calories from one piece of pie. This is why exercise is not an important way to lose weight

When trying to lose weight it is a good idea to weigh yourself everyday. This way you'll know if you're making progress and you can reinforce your success

If you are trying to lose weight sticking strictly to a diet plan is crucial. If you deviate at all you are condemning yourself to failure. You can't cheat!

The diet industry pushes all of these ideas and more in one form or another and yet none of them are true. If you believe any of them you are playing by their rules and the game is rigged. It's like you're trying to reach Hawaii but the diet industry has given you a map to the North Pole. There's only one way to win this game and that's to not play it at all

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About the Author

David Nordmark has a life long interest in health and fitness. In the past, he has participated in such sports as: soccer, basketball and hockey. He also was once an avid runner and weightlifter, but has since come to his senses. Today he mainly does natural exercises like Yoga and the Body Weight exercises found on his website,

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2695 KB
  • Print Length: 64 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0045JLPRY
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (94 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #78,876 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Decent Techniques 28 April 2011
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There was some text at the start, mostly about nutrition. It was generally common sense though there were a few things that I might not agree with. Also he effectively does talk about diet which seems to contradict the title somewhat.

There is a bit of advertising going on for his other books. He did seem to overhype bodyweight exercise and made quite a few claims about weightlifting that were not supported by the evidence.

What makes this book worthwhile were all the exercise techniques and photos that were provided. They are very good and I have used many of them so far without any injury.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Hardly Rocket Science 1 Feb. 2012
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First off, I have to say I took this book because it was free and I was testing out my new kindle. Being one of those 'always on a diet' people it caught my eye.

It's a brief, concise read that doesn't contain any shocking or revolutionary ideas with regards to nutrition but does perhaps make you think about your lifestyle in a slightly different way. The concepts are only briefly explored however, with lot's of referrals to the author's other works/ website. It does feel like reading a very long advert at times!

But the advice within is sound, if not terribly remarkable and there are some good instructions as to the proper execution of lots of exercise moves.

Worth a look, but don't expect any lifestyle epiphanies!
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121 of 133 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Common Sense 16 Dec. 2010
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As this was on promo I decided to download it and see what it was like. I don't do diets, and I have exercised quite extensively in the past, running, martial arts and lifting weights, body weight exercises, etc. I thought that this was really going to be a thinly disguised fad diet, as if there isn't enough. I was very pleased that this wasn't the case but instead ultimately an essay on common sense. It always amazes me how many people always fall for the latest fad diet because some Hollywood star does it, even though they aren't stupid and already know the principles outlined in this book. There is even a workout section in this of basic no equipment exercises that you can easily do in your own home, with photos showing you how to do them correctly.

I haven't given this five stars because really everyone should already know about healthy eating plans, indeed I know all the exercises, but I appreciate that not everyone does. There are a few minor quiblles I have with the text but these are only where I thought perhaps an extra sentence or so would get the author's point across more forcefully. My ultimate problem with this book though is that it is really trying to sell you other exercise books from the site owned by the author, which you can also get on here, and it goes on about not having to do weight training displaying the exercises with people who have obviously been working out down the gym. This second point is quite important as I have seen time and time again people getting frustrated with their progress. Bodybuilding magazines and such like do it with exercise programs giving people a belief that they can look like the model used, not revealing the obvious, that these models have been exercising for years, they could have a much better bodyshape than you anyway, they could be on steroids, etc. I would much rather have seen pictures of normal people who had been doing the exercises.
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Lose Weight 28 Feb. 2011
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This was free and so i downloaded it and i'm glad i did. The information is good and i genuinely believe the workouts suggested are the best thing for our body to stay healthy and injury free.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars simple but effective 8 July 2012
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Having been a yo yo dieter for the last 10 years the title of this book is what initially caught my eye.Found the advice on sensible eating to be very effective especialy when combined with some of the excercises described.I have genuinley lost over 2 stone in around 3 months and am still losing 1-2 lb per week.If like me you,ve tried most of the diets going, but seem to eventually regain weight this book is well worth a look.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Not bad... 5 April 2011
Format:Kindle Edition
It's not the greatest book ever but it's free and reminds you really small and silly things that we tend to forget and could make your life so much better. Definitely a good book to take a look at if we are thinking of going on a diet or an improvement in one's lifestyle. I think the photos at the end were a little bit too much, but I guess that there's nothing wrong with promotion if you are getting content for free.
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19 of 22 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars 3* for content, extra 1* for being free! 9 Jan. 2011
By D. Pugh
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Helpful bits of information that are inclined to keep losing weight low key, and less stressful. I feel there is validity to a lot of it, and it helped me relax about the issue of dieting - a good thing!

Exercises at the end as well.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A Well Thought Out And Easy To Follow Book 24 Feb. 2013
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I guess the first thing I wanted to do was to really look at the 1* reviews. Being an author myself I'm very interested in books in the weight loss niche. I found that the book was a very light and engaging read. The style and tone was encouraging, and I felt myself agreeing to many of the principals outlined in the book. This book is not a diet book dictating to you what you should and shouldn't eat, but more of a lifestyle book that when implmented can definitely improve your life.

I think we need to clear one thing up right away and that is success doesn't just come to you. Losing weight doesn't just happen. You have to put effort in. I really don't know why this book has so many 1* reviews, as I really can't fault it. The thing you have to understand is that the reason you diet, the reason why diets fail is because you have lost traction, you have lost momentum. No diet or pill will help you unless you work on the beliefs surrounding your weight loss issue. You just cannot expect to get the results you want. This book has you writing out goals, and does offer some basic yoga poses for strength. I also like the fact the book offers the notion that we should eat only when hungry, and eat natural foods.

There is no quick fix solution, but I give this book 5* based on the fact I agree totally with the authors viewpoint, it was very easy to read, and I enjoyed a book that wasn't the same old presciptive diet book, which quite frankly is boring. So to the author, well done indeed:) Thank you.
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