Old Books

I don’t give a fuck if you buy these books or not. I’m proud of them, but they represent a past life as a fitness / motivation writer. Here ya go:

The Holy Sh!t Moment: How Lasting Change Can Happen in an Instant (St. Martin’s Press, 2019)

Have you struggled to change something about your life, but been unsuccessful? Have you been told that the slow and steady tortoise is the one who wins the race, only to find that such forced marches of trying to develop motivation take you nowhere at all? 

Are you ready for your life to change in a moment? The Holy Sh!t Moment combines the latest research into human psychology and interviews with world-renowned experts and couples them with powerful anecdotes and superior storytelling to guide readers through an adventure of finding inspiration, passion, and purpose for living

Lose it Right: A Brutally Honest 3-Stage Program to Help You Get Fit and Lose Weight Without Losing Your Mind (Random House Canada, 2014)

In Lose It Right, consultant and author James Fell offers the cold, hard truth about what you really need to do to lose weight and get fit. In his trademark irreverent style, Fell offers a science-based approach to improving health that will motivate and inspire readers. He explains the critical role of exercise in adopting healthy eating behaviors, and provides a road map for integrating exercise and making dietary changes. Through the Virtuous Cycle, a leveled eating and exercise program, Fell shows you how to gradually transform your health, the way your body performs, and the way you look.