Profoundly depressed by the time she was in her early 20s, Miche Evans spent a large part of her adult life on the couch, eating trashy food while reading trashy novels. Decade by decade, she gradually ate her way up to 236AaAA½ pounds at the age of 47. A grandmother by then, Miche was diagnosed with GravesAa' disease and told by her endocrinologist that she was morbidly obese. This dire pronouncement sparked Miche to make one last stab at losing weight and becoming healthy, a battle she had struggled with and lost many times before. Within, she recounts her remarkable transformation from couch potato to physically fit personal trainer at age 50. Journey with Miche as she loses the weight and keeps it off indefinitely, confronting challenges with determination, imagination, and humor. She is a true inspiration to anyone who has ever dreaded stepping on the scale!Before Bill and I leave for Hawaii, Sean picks me up and whisks me off to World Gym in Corte Madera as his guest to work out with ... These movements challenge the whole body in one fell swoop. ... I have been noticing that the only possible drawback to my weight loss is that the lighter I become, the fewer calories I burn inanbsp;...
|Title||:||Last Journey Down|
|Publisher||:||Wheatmark, Inc. - 2008-01-01|