Get a Fit Mind and Fit Body

Non-Fiction - Health - Fitness
322 Pages
Reviewed on 07/27/2012
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Reviewed by Alice DiNizo for Readers' Favorite

Sandi Berger, a Certified Fitness Trainer and Life Coach, offers her own view on the readers obtaining both a fit mind and fit body. Her special strategy is to create a vision, even if it is cutting out a picture from a magazine, and then believing in that vision. Ms. Berger shares how much she wanted a BMW, then took a picture of a BWM and placed a picture of herself at the driver's seat. Eventually, Sandi Berger did get her BWM. She does emphasize that getting enough sleep, eating the right foods and exercising, and working out properly will bring the reader to the life they have visualized. Sandi Berger tells of her own battles in life and reminds the reader that they must see themselves as having a fit mind and fit body; then they must believe in their vision, and they will eventually become what they believe they can.

There are many fitness books on the market but "Fitnevision: Get a Fit Mind and A Fit Body" by Sandi Berger is a welcome addition as it speaks to the average person who is just desiring a better life of maybe losing a few pounds and getting a promotion at work. Ms. Berger writes well, cheering on the reader and encouraging the reader to fill out the journal pages such as on eating or on people to include in daily life. "Fitnevision" is a book that the reader will want to own and to use. It is well-written and filled with sensible and encouraging words that anyone can apply in their own lives. "Fitnevision" is a perfect gift for holidays.