The 3 Pillars of Strength: Increasing Your Physical,
It was also named The Best Self-Help Book at the 2015 Tampa Bay Author Awards!
Available in Paperback,Kindle and Audible formats on Amazon!
Having strength or "being strong" comes in many forms.
When people think of being "fit" or having "strength," they may think of physical strength, but that's just one piece of the puzzle. A vital piece, but just one piece.
There are many things that may be preventing you from being the best you can be. Did you know:
- Food addiction can affect the brain in a way similar to drug addiction?
- The negative experiences in your childhood could be affecting you now, years later?
- Prescription drugs could be just as dangerous as illegal drugs?
- People will tell you that you can't do something not because you can't, but because they don't want to see you succeed?
- The cure to many of our illnesses can be found in the food's you eat?
- The "comfort foods" you eat when stressed or upset may taste good, but are doing you more harm than good?
This is just a small sample of things that may be holding you back, but not anymore! It's time to do something about it! To be the best person you can be, it's crucial you're strong in all aspects of your life, which includes being strong physically, mentally and spiritually.
We all have room for improvement, and this is the premise for my award winning and Amazon best seller new book:
"The 3 Pillars of Strength: Increasing Your Physical, Mental, and Spiritual Fitness."
The book is broken down into 3 distinct sections
Section 1: Physical Fitness
- Chapter 1: Fitness Trends
- Chapter 8: Aging Gracefully
- Chapter 9: Body Image and the Media
- Chapter 10: The Dangers of prescription Drugs
- Chapter 11: Is My Mate Making Me Fat?
Section 2: Mental Fitness
- Chapter 14: Reinventing Yourself
- Chapter 15: Self Esteem, Stereotypes and the Media
- Chapter 16: Let's Talk About Stress
- Chapter 18: A Daily Dose of Mental Inspiration
Section 3: Spiritual Fitness
- Chapter 19: Religion and Spirituality
- Chapter 21: Happiness Comes From Within
- Chapter 23: Selling Your Soul: How Much is it Worth?
- Chapter 24: Foods For a Happier, Healthier You.
Each of these are important in their own right, but it's time to put all 3 together!
It's time to become the best we can be! Knowledge is power!
Read my book to learn
strategies for re-framing your mindset into a place that will allow you to
succeed in your physical, mental and spiritual transformation!
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Inspirational book for anyone looking to lead a healthier lifestyle
Jeff's book is an inspiration to us all! I think most of us know we need to be healthier, yet Jeff puts it into perspective where everyone can understand. My favorite quote from the book is, "Athletes eat and train, they do not diet." That statement really made me stop and think. As a woman we always seem to be "dieting" yet starving yourself never works. It's unhealthy. Eating and training is something I can do and is way more motivational than dieting!
This was my first radio interview on a nationally syndicated show. Forty five stations nationwide. We talked about my book and tips on living a healthy lifestyle. It was a lot of fun and Angie was a great host!
This book is what you need to get yourself in shape, back in shape, or to keep the shape you're in! A must read! By Marian "Marian Zelinsky" May 24, 2015
I'm only on Chapter 7:The Benefits of Cross Training, but I love everything I've read so far! Jeff gives the truth about how to get your whole body healthy! Not just what you want to hear so someone can sell you the next fad for losing weight or exercising. I had no clue my Restless Leg Syndrome could be from a lack of iron! I now know what and how much I should be eating, as well as some exercises that would best suit me. If I had more money, I'd buy more books for friends and family! Thanks Jeff! Can't wait to get started!
This is a great book of your looking for Heath tips as well as spiritual guidance!
By Clifton Boyd June 13, 2015
This is a great book of your looking for Heath tips as well as spiritual guidance! Itis essential that if you want to get fit and stay in shape, then the mind has to follow! This book will help you achieve your fitness goals as well as giving you sound advice on how to keep yourself motivated to keep working out! A must read for those looking for help on their fitness goals!
Great inspiration for us all!
By Sharon May 8, 2015
Great book! The author obviously spent lots of time living and researching this book. The 3 pillars are all very well thought out with helpful information on how to achieve each one. I really like the part where the author describes the 3 different body types. As most people strive and starve themselves to achieve a look that is physically impossible for the DNA. Instead the author empowers you to be the best YOU.
On 5-26-15 I had a GREAT interview on "The Morning Mayor"
WBLJ NewsTalk 1230 AM Dalton, GA.
Brian Webb was the host and we had a great conversation about health, fitness, and living a healthy lifestyle. We also talked about my new book "The 3 Pillars of Strength: Increasing Your Physical, Mental, and Spiritual Fitness."
Below are excerpts from the book:
The lack of diverse images in the media can have a tremendous effect on a person’s self-esteem, how they see themselves, and how OTHERS view them as well. How difficult is it to be motivated to look your best by exercising and living a healthy lifestyle when those you see in the public eye don’t look like you, or aren’t considered attractive?
It’s very difficult to be the best person you can be if you base your beauty on what you see in the media, as it is constantly changing. You must be mentally strong
and know that true beauty comes from WITHIN, not from a magazine editor’s opinion…
Many of the foods we eat when stressed or upset (comfort foods) may taste good, but actually they make us feel worse in the long run. The more anxious or depressed a person is, the more they may reach for that ice cream or cookies, or alcohol to relax them or make them feel better.
Eating these foods could have a domino effect, meaning the results of eating too much over time could be a contributing cause of depression and other ailments such as hangovers, gaining weight, elevated blood pressure, diabetes and stomach problems such as ulcers, among others.
An essential part of overall health and wellness that many people tend to overlook is Spiritual Fitness. Unlike body building or losing weight, the changes that occur with Spiritual Fitness transformations are not necessarily visible from the outside, but that doesn’t make them any less important.
“Athletes eat and train, they don’t diet and exercise.”
You need to develop the mindset of an athlete. Again, it’s about optimizing every aspect of health; your mental health included. With an exception of bodybuilders, all successful athletes understand that they have to be properly nourished in order to stay fueled and, ultimately, accomplish their fitness goals.
Contrary to popular belief, achieving fitness isn’t all about self-deprivation. Athletes aren’t starving themselves to get the nice 6 pack or the “perfect body”; rather, they’re eating a lot of healthy foods and are at least able to keep a nicely toned figure with proper training.