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I ‘swore’ in the Swindon Advertiser yesterday

So the other week, I was invited to talk at an event organised by Old Town GP Surgery in Swindon.

The Swindon Advertiser happened to be there and after hearing my story and what I do?

Asked to interview me about it (you can read the interview by CLICKING HERE)

If you didn’t know, I had an eating disorder growing up. To the extent I was actually hospitalised

And I know it seems weird that someone who had an eating disorder now helps people lose weight, tone up and create a healthy relationship with food…

But it'll make more sense if you read my story in the Swindon Advertiser yesterday (Because  - in my opinion - going through challenges and turning them into breakthroughs has made me a better coach)

Especially with 50% of eating disorders falling into the category of ‘not specified’ 

^^^ Which could be anything from tendencies to binge eat to obsessing about eating a certain way and fearing ‘bad’ foods

It’s why I’ve used my ‘half assed is better than no assed’ approach to bring you my 12-Week Shift Project (which opens up for applications tomorrow to start in January)

So we can all get away from this ‘all-or-nothing’ approach to exercise, dieting and weight loss which leaves you more stressed and blaming yourself for failing…

To a more simple way that fits your lifestyle so you can build your confidence, enjoy your food, have a life, and make this toning up stuff a way of life so that you can stick to it even on your busiest, most stressful day. 

I’ll tell you more about the 12-Week Shift Project tomorrow.

But for now, here’s the link to the article they did in the Swindon Advertiser yesterday:

http://www.swindonadvertiser.co.uk/news/15704587.I_was_scared_of_eating__Matt_Fruci_s_journey_from_anorexia_to_personal_trainer/

Until tomorrow

Matt
Fruci Fit
SHIFT: Helping Busy Ladies Think Differently and Get Their Bodies Back (now available on Amazon Kindle)