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The Pocket Cheerleader - Your Badass Guide to Getting Moving - cover

The Pocket Cheerleader - Your Badass Guide to Getting Moving

Bangs Carey-Campbell

Publisher: Unbound

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A refreshing, positive take on the fitness book, with the emphasis on inspiration and celebrating yourself rather than weight loss.Bangs is very well-connected: she spent two years as Fitness Editor at ELLE magazine and is Head Instructor at at BOOM Cycle, London’s premier boutique spin studio. Her writing on fitness has been published in the Guardian and the New York Times among others.She had 12k followers on Twitter, and 7k on Instagram.She is also a regular public speaker on topics such as confidence, women and fitness, and finding your authentic voice: she would be well-suited to live events and TV appearances.  For fans of Get Your Shit Together by Sarah Knight, Good Vibes, Good Life by Vex King and Eat, Drink, Run by Bryony Gordon.

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