Chantel Hobbs was twenty-nine years old and weighed three hundred forty-nine pounds when she reached a point of desperation. Her decision to change her life led to the development of a nutrition, exercise, and motivation program that resulted in the loss of two hundred pounds. Her inspiring story has been featured on "Oprah, Good Morning America, Inside Edition, Entertainment Tonight, "the Bravo Network, and as a cover story in "People," Chantel ran her first marathon in 2005 and has run several more since. She is a certified spinning instructor, a personal trainer, and a running coach. A
"Empowering, motivating, and inspiring, The One-Day Way artfully weaves the story of Chantel Hobbs's weight struggles and triumphs with practical strategies. Chantel shows readers how to change their thoughts and habits to move toward long-term, sustainable weight loss. The key messages-taking each day as it comes and turning negative, sabotaging thoughts into positive ones-are powerful." -Elisa Zied, MS, RD, CDN, author of Nutrition at Your Fingertips and coauthor of Feed Your Family Right! "The One-Day Way shows you how to take your wishes and break them down into achievable goals. Years of bad habits, packing on the pounds, and pursuing an unhealthy lifestyle create huge mountains to climb. The One-Day Way makes it possible for you to live life to its fullest throughout your journey to the top!" -Joseph J. Tedesco, DPT, ATC, CSCS, Elite Physical Therapy, Charlotte, North Carolina "Chantel Hobbs explores the integral relationship of fitness, food, and faith in a wonderful and provocative way. She shows readers how to incorporate exercise and good nutrition into their everyday lives. I am recommending The One-Day Way to all my patients, friends, and family members who have struggled with their weight and who have made the decision to change their lives." -Barry Ross, MD, board-certified gastroenterologist From the Hardcover edition.