Crush Calories In 20 Minutes

Transform Your Body In 20 Minutes With Simple Calorie Counted Recipes, Workout & Mindset Hacks


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By Richard Kerrigan
Format Paperback / softback
Page Extent 224
Book Size 260 x 210 x 838 mm (H x W x D)
Imprint New Holland Publishers
Release Date 15 Feb 2021
Subject Classification Cookery / food & drink etc / Health & wholefood cookery

Crush Calories in 20 Minutes is designed to transform your body in 20 minutes with calorie-counted recipes, workouts and mindset hacks.

There is nothing complicated about losing weight at all, yet so many of us struggle. Well not anymore! With this book, you’ll learn the holy grail of weight loss that is so simple to understand and then implement, you’ll be kicking yourself you’ve been wasting time on all those useless diets over the years. Oh, and speaking of time, this book is all about saving you just that... winning!

In order to lose weight and burn fat you must be in a CALORIE DEFICIT! It’s as simple as that! But counting calories can be painful and confusing I hear you say.

Just relax because Richard Kerrigan has done all the hard work for you, clearly outlining the calories contained in every recipe in this book, leaving you with the simple task of choosing which delicious recipes you’d like to prepare in order to meet your daily calorie target.

Richard Kerrigan

As a former Palace butler and chef, Richard Kerrigan combines his love of food, nutrition and fitness to help everyday Aussies find a sustainable path to living well.

Richard regularly appears on TV, online and in print.

Having worked in the fitness industry for 10 years, he is now on a mission to show people that they can enjoy a healthy lifestyle that is sustainable, without feeling like they're missing out, or on a strict diet.

Richard is obsessed with staying fit and enjoys a range of sports. Some of his proudest fitness achievements to date are completing an Ironman in Cairns, Australia and also the New York marathon, missing the sub-three-hour mark by just 12 seconds (3:00:11).