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Over 3 million women give birth each year in the United States and face the daunting task of dropping their unwanted leftover "baby weight." As a mother of two young children, a certified Spinning instructor, and founder of the Hot Mommy Next Door, a web source and consulting service for mothers of newborns and young children, I wrote The Hot Mommy Next Door to fulfill the endless and compelling need that moms of newborns and young children have for simple, clear, and concise information on getting back into shape after pregnancy that suits the time constraints of raising children. Written literally by the mom next door who has gone through two pregnancies and two rounds of reclaiming her body back, The Hot Mommy Next Door maps out a blueprint for success and takes the guesswork out of making smart choices both of what moms need to put into their mouths and of how often and how much they need to exercise in order to achieve their personal best.
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ISBN: 9781600375545
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