Get Your Body Back Review
What You Should Know
Get Your Body Back is a book written by Anita Weil Bell. This book is geared towards mothers who are looking to shed the baby weight. The book explains to new mothers how to lose the baby weight and get back in shape. It points out that not every mother can afford to stay at home or afford to go to the gym.
This book is laid out in a three month plan. There are three stages in this book. First, it will explain how to eat light and healthy. Second, it will explain how to workout, and third, it will explain how to take care and treat yourself. The book is written by a mother who went through the same thing, so, she can relate to other mothers who are having a time losing the baby weight.
There is no official website for the book or the author. The Get Your Body Back book can be purchased from most book sites like Amazon. The book runs around $15 – $20 new. You can buy used copies starting at one cent, plus shipping from Amazon.
The Get Your Body Back book works with mothers who are looking to shed the baby weight they gained while pregnant. The author is a mother who fought the same battle with postpartum weight loss, so she knows what is like to go through and can identify well with the audience of readers. The book can be purchased for a relatively low cost from places like Amazon. It focuses on three stages to get you in shape and offers exercise and diet plans.
- It offers both exercise and diet plans, as one or the other is generally neglected in many books.
- It is written by a mother who has been through the same thing.
- There is no official website for the book or the author.
- No testimonials could be found on the book.
The Get Your Body Back books seems to really relate to mothers who are looking to shed baby weight. It is written by a mother who herself had to shed her baby weight. She understands what you will go through to lose the weight. The three stages in this book makes it easy for women to shed the baby weight and keep it off. Not only does she help you figure out a plan, she addresses the women who cannot afford a gym membership and childcare necessary to go workout-who are often neglected in many other books and plans. She gives these women plans and tools for working out at home with the baby, so you can have your cake and eat it too, figuratively, anyway.