This book is designed to help you harness the power of faith, whatever your faith may be, and use it to help you achieve your desire to lose weight, get fit, shake off health problems, and find success and meaning in every day.
The easy-to-follow 30-day program includes a DVD featuring a full walk routine to inspirational favorites, 30 days of daily walks that help readers build stamina and burn calories at a comfortable level, daily reflections on scriptural quotes that reaffirm spiritual and social commitment to physical health, weekly self-exploration tools for identifying dreams and goals and acting on them as well as Fit Facts and testimonies from some of the millions of women who have achieved success in walking off the pounds with Leslie.
Walking the Walk is an inspirational workout that not only helps you reach your goals but also inspires you in other personal ways. A journal is included for each day of the 30-day program where you can record how far you walked, if you did strength training, how the walk was, and other notes you wish to take on your experience.
Leslie's approach to weight loss is spiritual and refreshing. She provides activities and FIT FACTS for each of the 30 days to help inspire you to continue on your road to weight loss, along with a 7 day sample menu to help you get started eating right. This book will best suit those who are familiar with Leslie's technique and in need of that extra "push" that having faith provides.
Leslie Sansone is a respected expert and the creator of 75 popular in-home walking videos. Starting with small classes at churches, today she has a high profile and is involved with the President's Council on Physical Fitness, the Pennsylvania Governor's Council, Weight Watchers, Jenny Craig, TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly), CNN and popular women's magazines like Health, Woman's World and Prevention. She's also a Contributing Editor of Woman's Day Magazine. Her first book, Walk Away the Pounds, was published by Warner Books in 2005, and Eat Smart, Walk Strong was published January 2006.
Armchair Interviews says: Anything that can make your healthier in both mind and body is a good thing.