Trinity Publications Group Launches Nationwide Search For 21 Fitness Professionals To Be Featured In New Book Project For Summer 2016 Release

Trinity Publications Group (TPG) begins the nationwide search for 21 select fitness professionals to be included in their upcoming book project that will benefit

Christine Love, three-time Amazon Best Seller and Founder of Trinity Publications Group, confirmed they have officially launched a nationwide search for Fitness Professionals to be featured in the upcoming book, “Outfox Obesity: 21 Fitness Professionals Share New Alternatives To Overcome Obesity WITHOUT Shame, Blame Or Pain.”

Detailing the search process, Love explained, “Most people struggling with obesity or morbid obesity issues need real alternatives to the status quo because, frankly, we just don’t believe that fitness professionals posing in mirrors and flexing six-pack abs have enough empathy regarding the hardships of obesity to help us. That’s why this search for fitness professionals who have gone from “fat to fit” and who have made health and wellness their life’s work is so important; because they — from first hand experience — understand the challenges (and mindset) of those struggling with obesity.”

Trinity Publications Group has pledged 100% of the royalties from the retails sales of the “Outfox Obesity” book to be donated to, which is on a mission to feed Americas’ hungry.

Scheduled for a summer 2016 release, “Outfox Obesity: 21 Fitness Professionals Share New Alternatives To Overcome Obesity WITHOUT Shame, Blame Or Pain,” will spotlight each of the fitness professionals selected from this search, sharing their insights and real life experience.

Love said, “We’ve all heard the statistics that more than a third of America is obese and more than half is considered overweight. That means, America is getting fatter and fatter, but no-one is giving real answers. It’s time to stop the over-played mantra of “eat less and move more” and start a new conversation that deals with the underlying problems that cause obesity – and actually have some fun doing it!”

With several industry leaders expressing interest in participating, Trinity Publications Group (TPG) anticipates a lot of exposure around this project, for both and the fitness professionals selected to be featured in the book. TPG is expected to make an announcement revealing the final selections by May 25, 2016.

However, Love asserted, “One of the reasons we launched this search is because we’re specifically looking for fitness professionals who can relate to the inner conflicts of those dealing with obesity issues. That’s why we have a strict qualification process that limits this search to fitness professionals who have overcome obesity and are still in the trenches helping others conquer the battle.”

Love has a special attachment to this project because she was morbidly obese for most of her adult life. Then she lost over 100 pounds with a gastric bypass surgery and maintained a healthy weight (according to medical standards) of 155-165 pounds for fifteen years.

However, two children and nine years later, Love has gained an additional thirty pounds which has pushed her over the line into obesity once again. Love states, “I never thought I’d have to worry about weight issues again. Seeing the scale approaching 200 pounds is terrifying. I don’t want to be obsessed with my weight again. I’ve got two little girls. So for the first time, I’m looking to make some real lifestyle changes. Changes that make sense. Changes that work for me. Changes that can celebrate my life and fill it with fun, not calorie counting”.

“Outfox Obesity: 21 Fitness Professionals Share New Alternatives To Overcome Obesity WITHOUT Shame, Blame Or Pain” will be available in both Kindle and Trade Paperback formats through and other major book retailers this summer.

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