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competing against over 57,300 people worldwide in 2015.
Sick and tired of feeling like a binge-eating loser who hops from one lame job to the next,
Nina grabs this opportunity to finally get hot and get money.
She quickly finds out how much it sucks to be in the gym for 4 hours and eat so little
(while wearing corsets amongst other self-inflicted torture). She decides to stick it out
only for the right to say that she finished the hardest thing she has ever done and gave it her all.
This book is perfect for the psychos competing in transformation contests because it has all
the good, the bad, and the ugly details. Some of it is useful, comforting, or strangely adorable.
Included is a brief description of her workouts, her exact vegan food and supplements list, and every trick she tried.
It's also perfect for people who get inspired by reading about psychos.
There are seemingly irrelevant silly stories that are actually powerful messages of perseverance;
plenty of bad words; and, of course, hardcore mental techniques on winning.
It's a memoir of a girl with a lot of fears, doubts, worries, and mean thoughts. But because
she commits to something for once ... Nina gets blessed with more than a six-pack and a bag of cash.
It is an example of how miracles are possible through insane FAITH and FOCUS.