New You Boot Camp Launches Book To Help You Drop A Dress Size In Just Two Weeks

The New You Boot Camp – ‘Drop a dress size in two weeks’ is based upon the Military inspired residential weight loss and fitness Boot Camp that has become the destination of choice for celebrities, men and women everywhere. For the first time ever this book gives you everything you need to recreate your own New You Boot Camp experience at home.

New You Boot Camp was founded by ex, yo-yo dieters Sunny Moran and Jacqui Cleaver who spent years dieting & obsessing about their weight but never quite making it until they came up with the concept of an educational, weight loss & fitness Boot Camp programme. They have both themselves lost three stone each! The friends have gone on to significantly alter hundreds of men & women’s attitudes to their bodies and their diets. In this book they share some of the success stories that have been through the programme and finally reveal the secrets that have helped past boot campers lose a staggering 772 stone, 11,607 inches* to achieve their ‘New You’.

The Bootcamp concept behind the book is based on a no gimmick exercise programme that provides advice on all aspects of fitness; from how to fit exercise into your life – to targeted training programmes that not only get results fast but focus on long term goals too.

But don’t be fooled into thinking that this is ‘Military’ style diet book as Sunny and Jacqui may have a no nonsense approach when it comes to a week at their residential boot camps however this book is a girls’ best friend when it comes to weight loss. Including features such as recommended cocktail lists, dinner party menus, eating out & take away guides as well as introducing rules that help make this diet work with your lifestyle … such as a recommended a day off the plan once a week!

Like no other diet and fitness book before The New You Boot Camp programme doesn’t sign off there, It also contains a REALISTIC lifestyle plan to keep readers going after the first two weeks are up as well as a mindset chapter providing the ‘tools’ to adjust their attitude and way of thinking when it comes to exercise and dieting … giving them control back!

Why the New You Boot Camp programme works:

• There are no gimmicks
• It’s realistic
• It’s achievable
• You choose your rules so it works around your life so you can have a life!
• Contains a lifestyle and mindset plan to keep you going after the first two weeks are up
• It is healthy safe and enjoyable
• The exercises provide an amazing all-over workout
• It was developed by real women for real woman!
• The concept has been tested and trailed by over 2,000 people with amazing results!
• It won’t just help you lose weight, but will build your confidence so nothing can hold you back.

New You Boot Camp will be published on 2 January 2010 by Collins & Brown, an imprint of Anova Books.

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The Harley Medical Group Spills The Beans On Secret Surgery

The Harley Medical Group, the UK’s largest cosmetic surgery provider, reports that over 85% of cosmetic surgery patients hide their treatment from colleagues, while almost one in five will keep their surgery secret from their family.

A recent, voluntary survey of 1,000 patients (800 female and 200 male patients) revealed that 15% of women keep their surgery a secret from their families, 27% from friends and 78% from their colleagues. 22% of men keep their surgery a secret from their families, 52% from friends and 94% from colleagues.

Liz Dale, Director at The Harley Medical Group, said, “The majority of our patients are honest about their surgery – at least after they’ve had it done. Many patients will keep quiet in the lead up to their surgery and intend to keep it hidden but can’t help revealing their secret when it comes to the unveiling of their new stomach or boobs. However, celebrities are a different matter altogether and if they’ve decided to keep their plastic surgerybotox or other cosmetic treatments under wraps they really keep quiet, or even outright deny it. Many patients at The Harley Medical Group have fed back to say they have a lot more respect for celebrities who are honest about having cosmetic procedures.”

Angela Fry, who had breast augmentation at The Harley Medical Group, said, “After my fourth child my boobs were left shapeless and empty. Before the op I’d decided to only discuss the surgery with my husband and parents but when friends at my gym asked me how I’d regained my figure I felt I needed to share with them. I’m absolutely comfortable with the fact I had to give nature a helping hand.”

However, a male patient commented that while he had received laser hair removal to his back, he hadn’t told his friends or anyone at work. He admitted, “I worry that I’d lose some cred with my male associates if they knew I was having cosmetic treatments.”

Liz Dale concluded, “It’s not uncommon for people to keep it a secret before and during recovery then to spectacularly unveil their new look at a ‘reveal party’. Non-surgical treatments are much easier to keep a secret because they don’t leave such an obvious mark; however some patients do manage to keep their surgery hidden, from colleagues at least, explaining their absence from work on holidays or house renovations.”

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