Chantel Hobbs Loses 200 Lb. Without Diet Or Surgery
In January of 2001 Chantel Hobbs weighed over 350 pounds. In 17 months she lost over 200 pounds without surgery or dieting. Today, Chantel issues a challenge to those who are on the same weight loss merry-go-round that Oprah has been on publicly for the past 2 decades: "Ditch the Diet and Dare to Be Remarkable!"
Noted fitness and weight loss expert Chantel Hobbs will be available for in-studio interviews in New York City on Sunday, January 4th and Monday, January 5th, 2009.
Chantel Hobbs, author of the newly released 'The Never Say Diet Personal Fitness Trainer', a companion to last year's release, Never Say Diet: Make Five Decisions and Break the Fat Habit For Good, will be in New York City and available for in-studio interviews to discuss how she remains fit after a loss of 200 pounds in 17 months (without surgery or dieting).
'Diets don't work. Sadly, we've been watching Oprah try to lose weight and keep it off for years. Clearly, whatever she is doing IS NOT WORKING! We need to stop looking for the latest fad and instead make a real commitment to be the healthiest we can be! Whatever trends we're trying every January aren't working. It's time for a BRAIN CHANGE!'
Chantel Hobbs is a certified spinning instructor, fitness trainer and mother of 4 who has a story that has inspired countless numbers across the country to step up, take responsibility, stop making excuses and finally break free from the fat trap!
Seven years after reaching her goal weight, she is a veteran marathoner, 200 pounds lighter and far healthier. Chantel has been a guest on the Oprah Winfrey show, the Today Show, Good Morning America, Fox and Friends, Lifetime TV, A&E. In 2004, Chantel was featured on the cover of People Magazine and is excited to share her story with others.
Her new book, The Never Say Diet Personal Fitness Trainer (WaterBrook Press/Random House) focuses on the getting fit part of the journey. She shares in detail the workouts that helped her get healthy and become fit.