What are the Top 5 Fitness Books for Losing Weight? Losing weight and keeping fit thrives on information. You need to know what you should be doing, what you shouldn’t be doing. You need to know your body system and what is the ideal step to take for it and to be honest, there is only so much that can be said during a conversation with your fitness trainer at the gym.
An effective way to get more detailed information about achieving your fitness goals is through a book.
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5 Fitness Books You Need to Read If You Are Serious About Losing Weight
Although a 5 minutes’ chat with your trainer or your buddy at the gym seems like a short-cut, if you are serious about losing weight, then you should be reading these fitness books. To make it a lot easier, we have selected 5 of the best fitness books for you to read. The selection was based on; what is working, how much information contained in the book, how easy it is to understand and qualification of the authors.
This article will save you the time you would have otherwise taken going through different books, wondering which one to pick. Before you go on, please understand that all of these books are different in the type of information they provide. Even though they are all targeted at fitness, they do not all address it the same way, which is why they are an exciting pick.
5 fitness books that will help you lose weight
1. Slim by design, mindless eating solutions for everyday life
If you’ve had trouble losing weight in the past or you just get overwhelmed by having to stick to a diet, Brian Wansink gives an amazing solution to your problems. Well, he doesn’t entirely cut you lose so don’t get the idea that you will never have to diet, what he does is that he tackles your food environment so that you can lose weight while you gradually get into the weight loss mindset. Brian subscribes to the scientific fact that your environment affects your weight, and he gives you ways to change that. All you need to do is alter your environment mindlessly and start losing weight.
2. Easy strength – Pavel Tsatsouline and Dan John
This book is for athletes. It focuses on improving your strength without having to endure impossible routines. Hold up! Before you hurry to click through, nowhere did they say you weren’t going to do any work, it isn’t magic! What Dan and Pavel do is that they cut through all the bullshit and get right to what matters. This book includes a 40-days plan during which you will find yourself losing more weight and achieving more without feeling as exhausted as you used to be. It is what works, broken down to look easy because you have been piling some un-necessary work.
3. Weight watchers – Oliver sweet
If you want to be successful at anything, you ought to follow the trail of successful people, and that is how this book got on this list. With an impressive success rate for weight loss even by the average followers of the diet program, ‘weight watchers’ is one of the most recommended books for weight loss. It is more than just a book; it is a community that focuses on realistic and long-term weight loss.
4. The 4-hour body – Timothy Ferris
Let it not be said that there is nothing that will help you lose weight fast. The 4-hour body promises fast weight loss and fun while you are at it. Timothy puts a twist on the low-carb diet, allows cheat days, and tells you that you do not have to hit the gym.
Although he is neither a nutritionist nor a fitness expert (that explains the zero gym method), timothy’s approach has met a lot of successes, one of which is himself. If you got little time on your hands and need to change fast, then the 4-hour body is a good bet.
5. Stretch to win – Ann Frederick
If before now, you never paid attention to your stretches, you should revisit that habit. Stretch to win doesn’t directly assist you for weight loss; instead, it increases mobility so that you can engage in useful weight loss exercise.
In conclusion, if you are trying to lose weight, it’s time to knock off your socks and get your nose in a book. All these weight loss books are different and still helpful because they have worked for a considerable number of users. All you need to do is pick one that will be convenient to follow and one that aligns with your weight loss goals. Go ahead, break off some of the pounds.
Elijah Adah is the founder and CEO of Rextic Media, a full-service digital marketing agency that helps small businesses grow and increase revenue and profit. He is a full-stack web developer by day and by night, a writer. He writes on tech, business, startups, marketing, travels & pretty much any topic that catches his fancy. He is also an Otaku (Japanese anime addict) while not coding or writing.