Run Fat Bitch Run

Run Fat Bitch Run

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Is there a large arse-shaped dent in your sofa? Unwatched workout DVDs gathering dust on your shelves? An eye-wateringly expensive (and rarely used) gym membership burning a hole in your bank account? Does the sight of your wobbly thighs leave you cowering under the duvet? Then it's time you faced the truth: the only option is to lace up and hit the ground running. Straight-talking, funny and brutally honest, RUN FAT BITCH RUN will give you - yes, you - the push you need to get out of the door, pounding the pavements and shedding pounds in no time. Hate running? No worries. RUN FAT BITCH RUN will give you all the tools you need to transform that passion into real motivation. Locate your inner grit and long-lost energy Follow a fuss-free and completely foolproof beginners' programme Throw away the scales, stock up on pasta and enjoy carbs without guilt If you want to lose weight, get fit and become an ass-kicking, gets-things-done superwoman, there's only one thing left to do ...RUN!

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  • Paperback | 256 pages
  • 152 x 232 x 22mm | 322.05g
  • Little, Brown Book Group
  • Sphere
  • LondonUnited Kingdom
  • English
  • 16pp of b/w photos
  • 184744542X
  • 9781847445421
  • 1,270

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If you're stuck in an exercise rut, this book will give you a rather rude kick up the backside ... it certainly shamed us into lacing up our Nikes! Closer Amusingly vicious ... Excellent advice all round. Emma Thompson Ruth is an inspiring running-buddy ... By the time I unpack my summer wardrobe, I'm sure my inner Grit Doctor will be my best friend -- Flic Everett Daily Express 20120227 A witty, no-nonsense read, it had us dusting off our trainers within seconds. Trust us when we say you'll be up and running in no time at all. Grazia 20120327 Refreshingly free of new-age jargon and psychoanalysis. It's about determination and the pursuit of the 'happy effect.' Herald Sun (Australia)

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About Ruth Field

Ruth Field is a barrister and a passionate runner. She lives in North London with her husband and twin sons.

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