The Lazy Girl's Guide to Losing Weight and Getting Fit

  • by A. J. Rochester
  • Narrated by A. J. Rochester
  • 10 hrs and 7 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

A. J. Rochester has always been a lazy girl. She knows how hard it is to lose weight and exercise, and keep inspired about it to boot, especially when she'd much rather curl up with some chippies and watch Carson on Queer Eye. After losing a staggering 45 kilos, and writing about it in her best-seller, Confessions of a Reformed Dieter, hundreds of desperate women wanted to know how she did it. Forget Dr Phil, the clothesline, and Atkins: this is an easy, fun, and effective guide for any lazy girl who needs to lose weight and get results that last. The Lazy Girl's Guide to Losing Weight and Getting Fit is a simple, step-by-step program that details the nuts and bolts of how A. J. lost weight. She has helped over 200 clients through her 5 Kilo Club at Fernbank Fitness Centre. There's no starvation, no low carb torture, and no weights and measures: A. J. focuses on achievable goals, having fun, and loving yourself while you make the biggest changes in your life.


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Customer Reviews

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Distracting Narration of Common Sense

Fine, sensible suggestions but no new super helpful tips. I couldn't finish listening because of the heavily (Australian) accented narration with exaggerated phrasing that is probably meant to elicit excitement and motivation but only left me feeling like a slightly dim witted fat camp drop out who needed things repeated s l o w l y and c l e a r l y .
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- Susianna "Susianna"


Do you enjoy having the dictionary read to you? Have you longed for an Audible book that will read the entire NY Metro phone book to you -- Yellow Pages and all? Perhaps the transcripts from the annual convention of toll-booth collectors are to your liking!

Well this book is for you. Ajay will read charts and menus to you -- mostly. There is some smart advice in here, but nothing I didn't already know and certainly didn't need someone to preach at me. And that's exactly the way it comes off, NOT personal, just preachy. Do it because SHE SAYS SO!

Sorry, but I am very disappointed because her first book was passionately personal and inspiring. I was hoping for more that that.

I kept getting the impression that she was reading SOMEONE else's work. Her first book was from the heart. This one could have come out of a fat & calorie guidelines book.

Sadly disappointing because she is talented; her first book proved that.
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- C. Stephens "The 25-Hour Mom"

Book Details

  • Release Date: 09-21-2007
  • Publisher: Bolinda Publishing Pty Ltd