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99 Things Women Wish They Knew Before Getting Fit Without Hitting the Gym Perfect Paperback – August 16, 2010
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A must read for anyone who treats their body seriously. Sarah Robichaud translates her unique and positive approach to exercise into the best book of its kind! --Jerry Levitan, Author of best-selling How I Met the Walrus, Emmy winner, and Oscar Nominee
I can think of no one more suited to the task of recommending how to get ourselves fit than Sarah Robichaud, herself a Superwoman. This ballerina and single mum has compassion for us working stiffsshe knows the right ways to motivate us out of torpor and make us feel great about whatever time we can put aside for ourselves. --Tiffany Chow, MD, Clinician-Scientist, Rotman Research Inst., Asst. Prof, Uof T Neurology and Geriatric Psychiatry, Fellow, American Neuropsychiatric Association
Sarah Robichaud is a working mother and a highly motivational personal trainer and dancer, who understands how hard it is for busy women to keep active and fit. She comes up with creative, fun, painless ways to make getting in shape part of our every day. Nora Underwood, Freelance writer and mother of 3 If you could do it alone, you would have done it already, right? Well, no one will leave you feeling less alone than Sarah Robichaud! She's the embodiment of enthusiasm, practicality and smarts. --Andy Barrie, CBC Metro Morning Radio Host
About the Author
Sarah Robichaud is a certified personal trainer and the resident on air fitness expert for CBS Early Morning Show in New York. Her mission is help the nation eliminate the barriers to becoming fit by providing fun, simple workout programs that can be implemented seamlessly into any busy day. In 2006 Sarah Authored the internationally released book Working On The Ball - A Simple Guide to Office Fitness, providing readers with the tools to incorporate fitness in the workplace. Sarah is also a professional dancer who has founded a charitable organization called Dancing with Parkinsons, a revolutionary program that provides dance classes for those living with Parkinsons disease.