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Get Fit, Get Happy

Narrated by: Harry Judd
Length: 2 hrs and 55 mins
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Summary

Get Fit, Get Happy isn't about just transforming the way you look. It's about transforming the way you feel.

Harry Judd is a member of the hugely successful bands McFly and McBusted, who have headlined Hyde Park and notched up 19 hit singles - of which seven went to number one - and two number-one albums. He is a much-loved former Strictly Come Dancing champion and has been crowned the nation's favourite ever winner of the show. And yet in spite of this success, there have been times when Harry has been prone to anxiety and other mental health issues. He's not alone.

Today, anxiety, depression and eating disorders affect more of us than ever before, and we are all looking for ways to adapt, cope and survive the pressures of daily life. The one thing that Harry has turned to time and time again to redress the balance in his life is fitness. Now, using a combination of exercise and dance, Harry makes the mood-boosting benefits of fitness accessible for everyone. Young or old, male or female, small or large, tall, short, thin, fat or somewhere in the middle: anyone will be inspired by Get Fit, Get Happy.

Without any need for expensive kit or lots of time, Harry's approach is fun, fast and free. Part memoir in which Harry tells the life lessons that he has learned and part richly researched fitness plan to get you feeling more positive, Get Fit, Get Happy is a fitness revolution to help people find a little more happiness in their lives.

PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the fully illustrated Get Fit, Get Happy Fitness Plan PDF will be available in your Library section along with the audio on our desktop site.

©2017 Harry Judd (P)2017 Hodder & Stoughton

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If you want a fitness book go elsewhere

I was looking for motivation and ideas but instead got Harry Judd’s autobiography and how he dealt with substance abuse and fame.

Great if you’re a fan,

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Motivation Achieved!!

I adored this and it's given me a mich needed kick to up my game and my fitness level! 😁😁😁

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Loved it

Really honest... straight and practical advice. Excellent stuff. Kept it simple and easy to follow.

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It inspired me!

I loved it! It has practical advice and it motivated me to make a change.

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plesant enough listen.

Easy listen. Felt for the guy suffering with mental health issues but didn't say anything you don't already know.

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  • 03-11-17

There’s nothing in this...

Writing a bad review on this feels like kicking a puppy. You can’t fault how likeable and sweet Harry is. But there is very little content here and if you are already running or doing light to moderate exercise it’ll only serve as a reminder to get up and going while you’re reading it.

There’s also an irritating retake left in that wasn’t cut out. That’s frustrating.