British Author Releases “Run B**** Run” To Help Women Lose Weight
If your New Year’s resolution is to get fit, eat healthily and lose weight, it’s time to stop making excuses and start getting tough on yourself according to author Ruth Field.
The criminal barrister from North London believes running is the answer for anyone who wants to get in shape.
In her book, Run Fat B!^$h Run, she offers a no nonsense approach to getting moving in the guise of her ‘inner b***h’ The Grit Doctor.
She writes: ‘Really I am just naming that voice we all have inside our heads. Yours may be lying dormant or suffocating under all that excess weight but it is there. It’s that nagging little voice which makes you feel just a tad uncomfortable about helping yourself to another biscuit.’
Ruth said people have to tap into this nagging voice and use it to motivate themselves to get off the sofa. And not by going to low intensity exercises or by joining a gym (then never going) but by running.
Ruth already knows you hate running, she does too.
She told MailOnline: ‘I wouldn’t say I enjoy running but I enjoy the benefits that running brings such as getting outdoors and feeling healthier. I certainly didn’t enjoy it when I first started. I can honestly say I hated every single one of those early runs as they were incredibly difficult and I was out of breath within minutes feeling like I was on the verge of a heart attack.’
As she’s loathe to call running ‘fun’, Ruth will not take anyone complaining that they ‘hate running’ as an excuse for not giving it a go.
‘Everyone hates it until they have practised it religiously for sometime,’ she admits.
She also has a comeback for the other excuses people peddle out for not being active, such as ‘I don’t have time’ (‘Everyone has the same 24 hours a day, President Obama finds the time and I guarantee he has more to get done in a given day than you do in an entire week’) and ‘I don’t have the right build for running’ (‘There’s no such thing as the right build. It’s an excuse often used by large breasted ladies but I once ran with a double E cup friend who wore two sports bras.’).
Don’t let them big ol’ tiddays stop you from losing weight, you fat beyotch you!
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