The digital audiobook edition of Venice A. Fulton’s new diet sensation, Six Weeks to OMG: Get skinnier than all your friends, read by the author himself.
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They’re all TRUE. Using biological science, psychology and common sense, Venice will show you how to lose up to 20 pounds of body fat in six weeks. His plan, originally designed for A-List celebs, proves that quick fixes don’t work, but quick improvements are still possible. No one is born fat or destined to have cellulite forever. And if you think you’ve failed on a diet before, think again - the diet failed, you didn’t. An enormous self-published success attracting huge media interest, Venice A. Fulton is teaming up with Penguin to bring his ground-breaking Six Weeks to OMG to the masses. Because anyone with the correct information - and that means anyone - can get skinny.
©2012 Venice A. Fulton (P)2012 Penguin Books Ltd
“The diet that’s changing diets.” (Metro)
“Six Weeks To OMG is quickly becoming one of the top slimming books on the market.” (Daily Mail)
I'm losing a steady 1 kilogram per month, just following the diet guidelines from this book. Due to overtraining in the past, I decided to take a break from exercise. The only thing I do is making sure I walk 10000 steps a day. I hate breakfast and I've been forever drinking a cup of coffee in the morning so I just drink it black. Skipping breakfast is pushing the three meals further into the day so people who get hungrier in the evening, like me, will find it easier to stick to the program. I had severe bloating before this, now it's gone. I'm not hungry anymore, so I don't think about food all day long. As soon as the weather is milder, I'll start taking the cold showers and walking a whole hour in the morning, as I always do in spring. I'll ease back into exercising more but I'll take my time. Exercising alot made me gain weight in the past, made me awfully hungry, so I'll be careful this time. I like the way the author reads his book, it's very professional, and it's motivating. Nice job, Venice!
"This really works!"
Bizarre though it may seem, this programme works. It takes a bit of getting used to but it's worth sticking with. I found the vocabulary a bit OTT at times but maybe that's because I'm not the target audience. But if you want to lose weight, don't let that put you off. Give this a go.
"Love it n hate it ..."
I love it because it could be true ... It might actually work ... However as step one involves a cold bath or cold shower in the mornings I am never likely to find out ... The other top tips really do fly in the face of what science has taught us do far for example - skip breakfast and work out. This makes perfect sense in my head but every super bod athlete would argue differently. In all I like the dynamic and sassy attitude of the writing. I tried the cold shower thing ... It's enough to make you sleep in every day :-)
Fun but is it factual .... Would anyone buying expect different? I don't think so. We all know it takes consistent small steps to change physiology but we love the possibility of a quick fix or a crash diet without the crash .. The obsession with skinny is unashamedly paraded and e en that in our PC world now seems subversive and rebellious. The author invoked finger wagging from many who must have secretly bought and failed to get skinny lol
Getting skinny in 6 weeks is a mad mission but if you are really up for it this book will guide you in a perilous but probably successful route ...
Fun and maybe fantastic ... For fanatics
"Do your thighs make you cry?"
My thighs do not make me cry- they are a part of my leg that travels from hip to knee and I've never seen them as a cause for tears- and were they tragic I could simply comfort myself by the thought that they can be clothed and out of sight for quite 95% of life.
This is a book for people who cry about their thighs- people who want to be skinny- this is a book for 'girls' for 'chicks'- it's for teenage girls- and promises in six weeks to make their friends cry 'OMG!' when they've become impressively skinny.
The message is that anyone can get skinny- I don't doubt this- but the book never tells you that if you have, (for instance) a hefty bone-structure in the shoulders or hips you may be as thin as you like and still never look svelte- and, besides- who wants to go through life with a a confidence based solely on the fact that you're thinner than your friends? Stand up straight, look people in the eye and smile. Above all, remember Marlene Dietrict- 'A man is more interested in a woman who is interested in him than he is in a woman, any woman, with good legs.'
I haven't room to go into the contents of the book- mainly harmless enough, though rather extreme- but the point that has to be made is that; TRUMPETS DO NOT BLAST FORTH WHEN YOU BECOME SKINNY- the book pushes the dieter along with the promise that friends will gasp in amazement- they probably won't- or they'll only gasp once, and then get used to it. DO NOT expect the world to fall at your feet because you've lost weight- from that point of view weight-loss is an ultimately thankless task- because there will always be a good 20% of the population who, without effort or special diet, are effortlessly thinner than you are.
It's certainly good to be thin- and this book has some interesting ideas- But to aim to shrink six weeks so your friends will gasp is not a balanced solution to the problem. The one comfort is that the book might save some teenagers from doing worse things in an attempt to slim.
This leads the individual into unhealthy practices not designed to aid concentration or a healthy body. Agreed obesity is not healthy for the body but neither is emulating a couple of weeks in a prison camp. He's enthusiastic, he's full of directions but the content is scary.
I should imagine teenage girls looking for control and hypersensitive about their changing bodies would love this. Not that I would like to deal with the consequences of it.
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