Kennedale, TX (PRWEB) April 20, 2014
A new book, authored by “former fat guy” Gary Drumm, seeks to share his personal struggles and inspire others to go on their own journey to lose weight by not trying to lose weight. Killing a Fat Guy: How to Kill the Fat Person Living in Your Mind and Create the Fit, Healthy Person You've Always Wanted to Be was released earlier this month and is quickly climbing to the top of overall paid book rankings on Amazon. The book has ranked as high as #2 in the Kindle store in Weight Maintenance and Weight Loss categories, and #4 in Self-Help.
Drumm long struggled with what he describes as the battle between the fat guy and the fit guy within his own mind. At his heaviest, he weighed 345 pounds. He was unmotivated, unhappy, and lethargic for years before he decided to make serious changes to his lifestyle. He learned how to change his mindset, began a regular training program, and learned how to get the proper nutrition his body needed in order to accommodate this new lifestyle he’d chosen. The lifestyle changes gave him a sense of personal power and delivered the physical results he had been seeking. With this book, he hopes to inspire others to find their own inner strength and take their own journey to a happier, healthy life.
For more information on the book and to see what others have said about it, please visit http://www.killingafatguy.com/. One can also connect with Drumm on his Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/killingafatguy, where he regularly shares advice, tips, inspiration, and other information with his over 1000 community members.
About Gary Drumm: Born in Maryland to a military family, Drumm was raised in Texas. Before writing his book, Drumm spent two decades in the information technology field and has studied at Capella University, the Robbins-Madanes Center for Strategic Intervention, and the Spencer Institute for Life Coaching. His studies in coaching psychology, strategic intervention, and human needs psychology have helped give him the insights needed to help others make serious changes in their lives.