You can talk and walk with author

Sarah Seads will share motivating tips and fitness advice from her new book, Fit & Free: Seven Steps to Achieving Fitness for Life, at Laughing Oyster Book Shop on Jan. 22.

Sarah Seads will share motivating tips and fitness advice from her new book, Fit & Free: Seven Steps to Achieving Fitness for Life, at Laughing Oyster Book Shop on Jan. 22.

Seads, owner of Equilibrium Lifestyle Management (ELM) and professional fitness trainer, will lead a relaxing 30-minute “talk and walk” from 11 to 11:30 a.m. starting and ending at the bookstore, 286 Fifth St.

Or, drop by the bookstore between 11:30 and 1 p.m. to ask her your fitness and motivation questions and pick up a copy of Fit & Free.

Here’s an excerpt:

“The purpose of this book is to teach you the 7 key steps that you need to take in order to effectively reach your health and fitness goals. Following these steps will help you break the patterns of short-lived success and repeat failures that you may have experienced in the past. These steps will change the way you think about fitness and inspire you to be active every day.”

This book is designed to encourage success and in turn, increase your confidence by taking small but significant steps towards reaching your lifestyle goals. By adopting small changes over a period of time you are more likely to reach your goals and create meaningful lifestyle habits, Seads says in a news release.

Go to www.elmhealth.com to learn more about this local author and her new book.

— Sarah Seads

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