At 9 Adro Sarnelli was 75 kg, struggling with schoolyard taunts, and getting angry with himself and the world. At 18 and almost 120 kg, he wasn't dealing with the real reasons for his escaling weight. At 26, weighting in excess of 155 kg, having failed with numerous diets, he made a decision. In 2006, Adro auditioned for the first Australian series of 'The Biggest Loser' in a last-ditch attempt to lose the weight and become the person and father he always wanted to be thin and fit, happy and involved. Not only did he go on to win, he also inspired millions of Australians by losing more than 50 kg in four months - discovering that he'd had the power within himself all along to create his 'new me'. Part memoir, part weight loss book, THE NEW ME is Adro's very personal story of a lifetime of struggling with weight. Let Adro's philosophy and his own program inspire you to get off the emotional roller-coaster ride, lose the weight and turn your life around.so simple and methodical; for example, there could be mental or emotional reasons behind your weight loss struggle, which is what we ... Calculating calorie deficits How do we make this deficit? ... through physical activity and exercise as well as your Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR), also called Resting Metabolic Rate ( RMR).
|Title||:||The New Me|
|Publisher||:||Hachette UK - 2011-02-01|