GIVEAWAY:Sitting Kills, Moving Heals by Joan Vernikos, Ph.D.

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If you are sick of being out of shape but can’t seem to follow the advice of the people/books/websites that tell you to do physical exercise 30 minutes per day at least 3 times per week or you are just sick of not being able to do simple things such as bring in the groceries without getting out of breath or putting on your pants without sitting down, this is the book for you.

Sitting Kills Moving Heals


It’s not just another fitness book, this is DIFFERENT. 

Read the full review of Sitting Kills, Moving Heals (also worth 5 bonus points in the giveaway if you comment!)

Enter using the rafflecopter form below. You only have to do the first entry to win but the more you do, the better your chances of winning. Please consider supporting the sponsors at least. It may take a few moments to load. Click on Do It for more instructions and then after you do it, click Enter.

Make sure you read instructions carefully. If you have any questions or problems, leave a comment or email me callista83 AT cogeco DOT ca. A copy of the giveaway rules are below and on the rafflecopter form. Entering the giveaway means you have read and agree to the rules.

Giveaway open US/CAN 18+. Giveaway open until September 24, 2012 @ 11:59 PM EST. Odds of winning depend on number of valid entries received. Duplicate (accidental or not) entries will be deleted before a winner is picked and winner’s entries WILL BE verified. Winners will be selected using rafflecopter’s on Sep 25, 2012 and will be contacted by email. Winner will have 2 days to claim their prize or their prize is forfeit and another winner will be chosen. Contest Void Where Prohibited. This giveaway is not associated, nor sponsored by Facebook, Twitter or Pinterest. We hereby release Facebook of any liability.
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