How to Stick With Your Diet and Exercise Program
- Narrated by: Lyn Kelley
- Length: 1 hr and 59 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 05-22-12
- Language: English
- Publisher: Lyn Kelley
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Motivation is the key factor in the success of any change program. This book is for YOU, to learn how to motivate yourself to improve your health and stick with your diet and exercise goals. This book will give you the support and motivation you need. So let's get started today!
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By Dan on 07-23-12
Nothing new here.
What disappointed you about How to Stick With Your Diet and Exercise Program?
This wasn't as much a program to help one learn to "Stick With Your Diet" as it was Kelley reading her masters thesis. There was nothing new and most of her material was just a rehash of ideas cited in the main stream media and on T.V. talk shows. More often than not her cited authorities were people like Dr Phil and Doctor Oz, which made it hard for me to take her seriously. She did a poor job of reading her book and had trouble pronouncing some of the words. Kelley may be a great motivator in person or one on one, but nothing in this Audible book would lead me to believe that.
Has How to Stick With Your Diet and Exercise Program turned you off from other books in this genre?
Sadly, no one can teach willpower or perseverance in a book.
Would you be willing to try another one of Lyn Kelley’s performances?
Not if you gave it to me.
You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?
It taught me how easy it is for an author to make a promise in a title and how hard it is to deliver on that promise in the text or performance.
2 of 3 people found this review helpful
By Kevin and Cathy on 06-15-16
Useless and too didactic
As a prior reviewer said, it sounds like she is just reading her thesis. Consequently it is riddled with abbreviations, too technical information and is not easily applicable to ones own life and situations.
As a small point, she also has difficulty pronouncing the very words she has written. Her narration then becomes a distraction as she struggles with her OWN words.