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Body For Life

12 Weeks to Mental and Physical Fitness Forever

by Bill Phillips

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Body For Life by Bill Phillips
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    Jun 1999, 203 pages

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David Oakes
Inspiring book. Can't wait to get started! And the progress forms can be downloaded from the book's site at: <a href="http://www.bodyforlife.com/downloads/bfl_charts.asp">http://www.bodyforlife.com/downloads/bfl_charts.asp</a>


Red
Today is my first day and I have no doubts that I am going to do it. I weigh 270lbs and I am determined. I have also recreated the sheets in the book so if you would for me to email them to you email me at redette @webmail.bellsout.net.


William J. Gallant
I once thought like the majority of obese people until I completed my first 12 weeks of the Body For Life Challenge. I have lost 60 pounds on this no nonsense approach to getting off your duff and getting down to losing weight perspective. A perspective based upon hard scientific facts and the reality that there is never going to be a magic pill. Just read and believe what this book has to offer, and you too can change your life! I weigh 285 pounds and wear a size 46; I use to wear 52's and weigh almost 380 pounds. Believe this man, Bill Phillips, and read "Body For Life" then visit the website to hear more amazing stories of real life triumphs.


Pisces
This is a wonderful book. I found it to be very interesting and full of info. I have not yet started the program, but I know people that have and they have had tremendous results. I am really looking forward to getting started. I wish there was somewhere I could get more copies of the progress charts instead of having to photocopy. I anyone knows where I might can find them and print them please let me know.
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