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In Big Fit Girl, Louise Green describes how the fitness industry fails to meet the needs of plus-size women and thus prevents them from improving their health and fitness. By telling her own story of how she stopped dieting, got off the couch, and unleashed her inner athleteas well as showcasing similar stories from other womenGreen inspires other plus-size women to do the same.
Green also provides concrete advice, based on the latest research, about how to get started, how to establish a support team, how to choose an activity, what kind of clothing and gear work best for the plus-size athlete, how to set goals, and how to improve one’s relationship with food. And she stresses the importance of paying it forwardfor it is only by seeing plus-size women in leadership roles that other plus-size women will be motivated to stop trying to lose weight and get fit instead.
Louise Green is a plus-size athlete, a personal trainer, and the founder of Body Exchange, a plus-size fitness boot camp. Green has been published internationally on such platforms such as Time Magazine, The New York Daily, The Wall Street Journal, UK’s Daily Mail, Glamour, Huffington Post, and xoJane. Her speaking engagements have included the Body Love Conference, and a keynote presentation James Madison University, during Eating Disorder Awareness Week.