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EXERCISE CHANGE: Build, Strengthen & Maintain Motivation to Exercise - By Matt Williams. Learn about the Mystery/Magic of Change; Take Action/Control of ... efficient, effective exercise! Book 1) Kindle Edition

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"This book demonstrates how powerful our minds are and helps you to understand how thoughts affect behaviour and the role this plays in making positive changes. Embracing change opens the door to opportunities and Exercise Change provides you with the resources to make things that you thought were impossible happen."
Monty Betham, former Professional Boxer, New Zealand Rugby League footballer and the Founder of the Monty Betham Steps for Life Foundation
 
"Many people talk about the importance of motivation and the need to change habits in the pursuit of optimal health and well-being yet very few offer real, simple and effective tools and advise for people to actually achieve this.  This book not only offers sound and practical advice to help us achieve great things but lights the spark for motivation itself.  An excellent resource and guide for anyone wanting to achieve success and for those who have stopped believing in themselves this is a must read, I believe it will change your life"
Lee-Anne Wann, Health & Fitness Specialist, Vodafone Warriors Team Nutritionist, Radio Live Health Expert, Author & Presenter
 
"This book covers all aspects of how to exercise change by drawing on knowledge from a wide range of elite athletes and exercise enthusiasts, all of whom have experienced success in their chosen pursuits. This information is second to none and is guaranteed to help anyone wanting to exercise change."
Kagan Orton, Mr Universe Junior (Nabba) 2013 and Mr World Junior (Nabba) 2012

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  • File Size: 1563 KB
  • Print Length: 278 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Exercise Change Books; 1 edition (January 1, 2014)
  • Publication Date: January 1, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00H8XMXMU
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #134,552 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Matt Williams is the author of several books including 'Exercise Change: Build, Strengthen and Maintain Motivation to Exercise', and is the creator of www.ExerciseChange.co.nz

Matt is a devoted husband, father and fitness fanatic who makes understanding change, and how to make the most of it, a priority. He has used the information in his books to successfully change many aspects of his own life as well as to teach thousands of others to do the same.

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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Anna Williams on December 18, 2013
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I've read a lot of self help books, mainly ones to help me lose weight. After reading this book, I realised it wasn't a book about losing weight that I needed. It was the motivation to get healthy and stay healthy. I'm not normally one to write reviews, but this book made me realise I was doing it all wrong. I don't need to learn how to eat healthy, or exercise. I know that eating too much and not doing enough physical activity is the reason someone puts on weight, or fails to lose it. Reading this book has helped me understand I don't need to diet. It's taught me how to change the way I approach exercise and healthy eating. I normally stick to a diet or an exercise regime for a month at the most, but Exercise Change has made me realise it's about changing the way you think about your lifestyle. I now have the tools to help me deal with that time when I would normally give up and resort back to my old habits. After reading this book, I'm confident I will lose the weight I need to, not because it's a fad diet, but because I now realise being healthy is something you do every day.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Blair Barclay on December 14, 2013
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EXERCISE CHANGE provides the reader with everything they will ever need to start and stick with any kind of fitness program or routine. The managing stages section (which makes up the bulk of the book) is divided into three easy to digest sections, these being THINK, ASK and DO. Everything youll ever need and more has been included. Also the resources that go along with this book (under the 'DO' section are a fantastic bonus.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Anton Ashcroft on December 15, 2013
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Motivation is not about will power, it is about understanding and working with what fuels our won’t power! In this easy to read book Matt has usefully drawn together current theories on motivation, which can help the ambivalent or repeatedly slipping reader better reach their exercise goals. For example, he allows the reader to understand how brain function is so much more than simply ‘mind over matter’, and how through working with the brain, rather than against it, desired exercise change becomes more likely. This is simply a must read for anyone who has had the best of exercise intentions, but keeps falling short of their targets
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Catherine M. Edwards on December 23, 2013
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One only has to watch the passersby at the mall to see the undeniable truth – we don’t get enough exercise! Unfortunately for all those that start an exercise regimen, they are all too often lacking the most essential ingredient for success. Using the powerful information contained in this book, it is possible to build, strengthen and maintain that was is missing – motivation – by changing your behavior! Everything you need to think, need to ask, and need to do is contained in this insightful and highly effective book. I plan on keeping this title permanently on my Kindle! Great job!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Diana L TOP 500 REVIEWER on December 19, 2013
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With 2014 about to roll in, I have been looking into weight loss options but I also wanted something that wasn’t a fad.

I’ve been in the infomercial industry for years and being blunt, I’ve pretty much seen every fad diet out there. I also know how to weed out the non -optimum plans from winners. When I saw this book and read the preview, I knew this one was worth reading and trying.

The Exercise Motivation Change Cycle (EMCC) diagram is simply brilliant. I think it is 100% accurate. I printed it and put it on my fridge as a reminder.

I appreciated the worksheet that the author also included (2-3-4 Method) as I think when you actually write out answers to questions the answers (and your situation) become much more real.

I think the steps outlined hit the nail right on the head. When I completed the assessment (included in the book) I found I landed in the area of “trigger events”. I was stunned when I saw how much sense this plan makes.

Having the charts to use made the process of beginning and staying on a weight loss program much easier than one can imagine. The extra free bonuses showed me that this author really wanted to over deliver as there is way more value in this book than one may realize until you actually dive in and start reading.

I think this program is the missing link as to why so many people start and stop diets and often unfortunately feel like a failure.

The author outlines the weight loss process so you understand the cycle and can succeed.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Thomas A. on April 16, 2014
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Exercise Change is a book that surprised me in more ways than the one I expected. Having been dealing with a weight problem for more years than I care to remember I have always been looking for something besides the usual, take a pill, eat food you hate, buy expensive programs where you have to purchase their food. Matt Williams book isn’t your regular book about effective exercise, it’s exactly what the title says: “Effective Change!” As I read more and more I was confronted with so many of the personal issues I face everyday. Richly detailed and packed with information on how to learn a course correction for one of our worse enemies….habits!

I loved the 10% Rule! Instead of approaching issues with an all or nothing approach, the 10% rule helped me understand more realistic goals. I would recommend this book to anyone who needs a coach that is supportive instead of combative and berating, then I suggest you check out Matt Williams, “Exercise Change.” This is a book you can come back to over and over and still find something new.
5 Stars.
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