The Way In: 5 Winning Strategies to Lose Weight, Get

The Way In: 5 Winning Strategies to Lose Weight, Get Strong and Lift Your Life Most “diet books” make it sound so easy: do this, do that, lose weight, keep it off, have a fabulous life The end But we all know that fitness isn’t some story with a tidy ending It’s a journey where the toughest step is the first and the destination seems to be a club where only the genetically blessed, athletically gifted and ferociously disciplined get to be lifetime members If only there was a way for the rest of us to make the journey to health and happiness— to that elusive place where fitness actually “fits in” to our busy schedules and doesn’t require spendingweeks pretending to be someone we’re notThere is It’s called The Way In by Andrea Marcellus But be warned This method is only for people who want to: • Lose weight for good without eliminating any of the foods you truly enjoy Yes, you read that right• Develop a strong, lean physique without working out like it’s the Olympic trials• Learn how to be your own personal coach rather than your most dedicated critic• Make friends with food againAnd the mirror Again, yes,you read that rightMarcellus — a fitness expert and life strategist with thanyears’ experience —brings a holistic approach to the challenges of losing weight and becoming healthier The opposite of a onesizefitsall plan, herLife Strategies guide you to determine a course of action that’s right for you The result: an outside that matches the strong, capable person you know you are on the inside And maybe you’ll also start your own club!

About the Author: Andrea Marcellus

Is a well known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the The Way In: 5 Winning Strategies to Lose Weight, Get Strong and Lift Your Life book, this is one of the most wanted Andrea Marcellus author readers around the world.

10 thoughts on “The Way In: 5 Winning Strategies to Lose Weight, Get Strong and Lift Your Life

  1. Rachel Kester Rachel Kester says:

    Andrea Marcellus gives you five helpful strategies in this book to not only improve your diet, but learn how to live your best life possible. Marcellus explains how you can do so without having to go through drastic measures. You’ll learn how to easily balance your meals without having to give up a lot of your favorite food, how to create a lean physique without extreme training, and how to be a motivational coach for yourself.

    The book is broken up into different sections that highlight various topics. Toward the end of it, you’ll find a few exercises and recipes you can use during your journey. There are also images and graphics included that are designed to help you absorb the information better.

    Unlike similar books that tend to monotonously list the things you need to do, Marcellus writes with a relatable style which makes it seem as if she’s speaking to you directly. If you’re looking for an inspiring book to help you with exercising and your diet, definitely check this one out.

  2. Jessica Jessica says:

    Andrea Marcellus is a Fitness Expert with more than 20 years’ experience and she is daring you to pick up this book and believe in yourself. Believe in yourself enough that with her coaching, you WILL be able to achieve that weight loss and keep it off, and you will be healthier and feel better every day. With thoughtful guidance along the way, Marcellus lays out an easy to follow plan that has the potential to change how you view your body, and how much you critic yourself, forever.
    I must admit, when I first picked up this book, I was skeptical. A book that tells me I can eat whatever I want and not have to work out like a crazy person? This has to be a gimmick, right? What I found was a thoughtfully and detailed laid out plan that gives you six weeks of nutrition, hydration (very important), and even emotional tips and directions that will help you change your habits to reflect a healthier you.

  3. Sol Tyler Sol Tyler says:

    They Way In, by Andrea Marcellus would give you insights into a plausible lifestyle change that would guarantee weight loss.
    Most people who are focused on losing weight tend to follow diets for a certain amount of time, achieve their desired goal and then leave the diet. We can all imagine what would be the long-term problem of doing this; weight usually comes back again.
    The intention of this book is helping readers reprogramme their mindsets so that they can start living a life without dieting for so long or thinking that they should be on a diet but still losing weight. How? By starting to eat healthier, by incorporating more fruits and vegetables and by trying to avoid fast food. The idea is not to forbid readers to eat any type of food but to make them understand that incorporating new eating habits which can be long-lasting and that would make them forget that their main focus is losing weight is the way to go.

  4. Mia Chiardo Mia Chiardo says:

    “The Way In: 5 Winning Strategies to lose Weight, Get Strong and Lift your Life” is a book written by Andrea Marcellus fitness expert and life strategist. It is a very interesting book that is short and perfect to read in a day or two; it has got less than two hundred pages.
    This is a book different from others in the field of health and dieting; It does not show you the easy side of things, but the true and important ones so that apart from a diet this becomes a lifestyle. The idea that the author provides is not leaving certain food behind but learning what and when to eat and she also teaches how to be our own personal coach.
    I think that the perspective the author offers is a very good one and I certainly felt eager to try as soon as I started reading. I will definitely recommend this book because I believe this gives a practical guide for those of us who may have failed following traditional diets.

  5. Sheila Trunzo Sheila Trunzo says:

    Just a little too much cheerleading for me. Good advice, but the tone and attempt at self-deprecation, perhaps to make the readers identify, is blatant pandering.

  6. Grady Grady says:

    ‘The Plan makes the body, the Mentality makes it permanent’

    California author Andrea Marcellus is an experienced and certified fitness expert and life strategist who soars above the other ‘diet and be fit’ authors with her holistic approach to both losing weight, gaining strength, and finding self-confidence. The warmly genteel manner in which she presents this book is even suggested by the cover – the ‘WEIGH IN’ expected by diet guides is replaced by Andrea’s title “WAY IN” – and that says a lot!

    The tone of this valuable book is set as Andrea shares, ‘OK, let’s do this. Here I am, your newly hired guide to fitness, eager to share all the wisdom I’ve earned through a quarter century of practical experience, my own insatiable curiosity and all the research I’ve done to answer questions and challenges posed by the hundreds of people whom I’ve had the privilege to guide. But what I really want you to understand, right from the get-go, is that we are so in this together...The goal of this book is to have you adopt, step by step, The Way In lifestyle. Ending up with a fitter, leaner body will undoubtedly be a result - but it’s not the most important one, and it can’t be the primary focus...Your most significant achievement when you implement this plan will be mastering your own mind.’

    This practical, uber-supportive manner of relating her concepts make this a book that is not only accessible – it is do-able! The 5 Life Strategies Andrea offers are Practice Personal Authenticity (be the best you, not someone else), Strategize Habits (be a little thoughtless), Live the Rule of Awesome (just say ‘no’...or ‘yes’), Embrace Oppositional Stability (bend so you don’t break), and Allow In The Extraordinary (take a detour to greatness). And in summarizing her plan, ‘If The Way In is about anything, it’s about, finally and forever, once and for all, getting your outside to match the person you know you are on the inside.’

    Having gained our attention and confidence, Andrea presents realistic and achievable information of diet and food, hydration, ways to eat and what to eat, and a six week shape-up plan – all in and entertaining and supportive manner that conveys her unique approach to true health. This is a very fine intelligent and practical guidebook. Very highly recommended.

  7. Paul Paul says:

    There seem to be a million diet/health/lifestyle books currently on the market. This one is different.

    How is this book different? Most diets last for a certain number of days. At the end of that time, the weight will start to return; the diet is over. This book attempts to re-program the stomach to be satisfied with smaller portions. It is all about reduced portion sizes. This book also authorizes a specific mid-morning and mid-afternoon snack. For instance, eating nothing between breakfast and lunch will make you overeat at lunch.

    The author advocates the 80/20 Rule. Eat healthy foods, like fruits and vegetables, 80 percent, or more, of the time, and spend no more than 20 percent of the time eating bad foods, like soda and ice cream (the book gives lists of good and bad foods). That's right, nothing is forbidden in this book. It is important to learn to stop eating when you are satiated, not when you are full (there is a difference). Get away from the Clean Plate Club mentality taught by your parents.

    When it comes to exercise, moderate exercise is more than enough. There is no need to train to run a marathon, unless you really want to run a marathon. Getting your heartbeat up for 30 minutes at a time, several times a week, is all you really need. Also, standing burns more calories than sitting, so do more standing during the day.

    This book feels very plausible, and easy to follow. For those who have tried every diet available, maybe a new approach is needed. Instead of counting calories, try getting your stomach to be happy with less food. This book is very much worth checking out.

  8. nx74defiant nx74defiant says:

    This review was written for LibraryThing Early Reviewers.
    The book is written in a nice conversational style. She focus on portion size and eating the best habit foods. She encourages mixture of exercise type. On her website you can download additional copies of all the work sheets.

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