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Publisher's Summary

Expert motivator, fitness virtuoso, and self-empowerment guru Stacey Griffith, SoulCycle senior master instructor, shows you how to take your health and fitness to new levels while using that same energy to boost your emotional and spiritual well-being in all aspects of your life.
In Two Turns from Zero, Stacey Griffith, one of the iconic faces of the wildly popular SoulCycle, has helped thousands reshape their bodies while also becoming their best selves - physically, mentally, and emotionally. Stacey firmly believes that every one of us can be an athlete. Focusing on four key concepts - eat, love, train, and repeat - this is her life handbook that provides a blueprint for feeling healthy, happy, and empowered. Stacey offers conditioning advice, nutrition counseling, visualizations for achieving your goals, and moving meditations for staying centered. Most important, she shows you how to locate your greatest sense of purpose that will take you to the highest levels of performance - and sustain you to weather life's inevitable challenges.
Two Turns from Zero is also Stacey's personal story - a chronicle of endurance that is as motivating as her workout routine. At one time Stacey was directionless and, by her own account, an overall unsuccessful human being. But she finally realized she wanted more from life - she needed to find meaning. Giving up alcohol, drugs, and partying, she dedicated her life to fitness - a journey of discovery she uses in her book to motivate others to make the most of their own lives.
This gifted instructor is beloved for her ability to inspire and push her students to achieve their ultimate center. In Two Turns from Zero, she shows how we can all achieve our personal peaks.
©2017 Stacey Griffith (P)2017 HarperCollins Publishers
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By MPL1111 on 06-17-17

Good BUT...

Is there anything you would change about this book?

Yes, Stacey really should have recorded the whole book. Disappointing she didn't do this.

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By Jodi S on 04-19-17

Unmotivated to continue...

What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?

I was eager to get this book on Audible after I saw Stacey Griffith on GMA. After listening to Stacey read the introduction I was even more excited. She was reading in first-person, briefly sharing her story, experiences and how (she) this book would be as inspiring and motivating as if we were in one of her classes. I believed her. I workout and have worked with trainers... Stacey was upbeat and real (like you're having a conversation with her) as she described the outline of the book and what to expect. What a HUGE disappointment when Chapter 1 the narrator switches to someone who sounds like a librarian reading a story... not at all motivational or inspiring. I skipped ahead to each chapter to see if it changes back to Stacey... nope. Darn it! Really hard to imagine this is Stacey's story listening to this narrators voice. Ugh. What's ironic is that I listen to books while I run...I don't have much free time to read books (love Audible) but this narrators voice (reading this book) makes me want to take a nap.

How would you have changed the story to make it more enjoyable?

Stacey narrating her own story would inspire me to continue listening. She is very believable in the introduction. So disappointing.

Would you be willing to try another one of Stacey Griffith and Gabra Zackman ’s performances?

I don't think Gabra Zackman should be narrating a motivational fitness based book. Her voice is pleasant if you are listening to a storybook. Her voice does not match this genre.

You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?

Buy the actual book if you have time to read it... not the Audible. If I get to the actual book I would change the "story + overall" rating. Listening I can't get that far...

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