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If your body could talk is a unique fitness and wellbeing book designed to help you end the struggle with your body, your weight and your unproductive self-talk. It's written for busy, professional women whose jobs and lifestyles are in conflict with having a lean, fit and healthy body. The book aims to get you and your body working together to achieve the things that matter most in your life.

If your body could talk what would it say?

What would it ask for more of?
What would it ask for less of?
What would it love you for?
What would it hate you for?
How would your body be feeling?
How is your body feeling?

If it doesn't feel as good as you know it could, maybe it's time for a different point of view. It's time to listen to your body. Here's your chance. Don't ignore your body any longer.

You need your body.
And your body needs you.

Also includes a special interview with the author Jacquie Sharples and narrator Adjoa Andoh discussing the book and how it can help improve your fitness or healthy lifestyle.

©2013 Jacquie Sharples (P)2016 Creative Content Ltd

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This will make you think twice

This is an amazing book which will make you think twice about how you treat your body.

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