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Winning A Losing Battle

Author : Gary Kirwan
ISBN : 9781847175700
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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'Gary Kirwan is inspirational. He talks the talk and walks the walk. You'll be impressed by Gary's determination, discipline and downright doggedness in his attempt to achieve his weight-loss goal.' Ray D'Arcy In January 2011 Limerick man Gary Kirwan was morbidly obese, so heavy that no domestic scales would take his weight. In desperation, he contacted The Ray D'Arcy Show's 'Fix it Friday' slot looking for a scales that could measure his exact weight and was weighed live on air; the verdict was worse than he ever imagined - 41 stone 3 pounds. He was devastated, but decided that this was the first day of the rest of his life … This is the story of Gary's dramatic journey from the beginnings of his obesity problem in childhood and the isolation and depression when he was at his heaviest, to taking control and becoming a new person. Today, he's outgoing, happy and loves life; he has even completed marathons and triathlons. Gary's transformation has gripped the nation, and he's determined to help other overweight people take control and find a whole new happy healthy life. Read Gary's weight-loss diary: his ups and downs, the determination to succeed, and the family and friends who, once he decided to make a change, supported him all the way. Get tips and expert advice from Gary's trainer and nutritionist to and learn how to lose weight and feel great …
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Winning And Losing On The Western Front

Author : Jonathan Boff
ISBN : 9781139536868
Genre : History
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The 'Hundred Days' campaign of 1918 remains a neglected aspect of the First World War. Why was the German army defeated on the Western Front? Did its morale collapse or was it beaten by the improved military effectiveness of a British army which had climbed a painful 'learning curve' towards modern combined arms warfare? This revealing insight into the crucial final months of the First World War uses state-of-the-art methodology to present a rounded case study of the ability of both armies to adapt to the changing realities they faced. Jonathan Boff draws on both British and German archival sources, some of them previously unseen, to examine how representative armies fought during the 'Hundred Days' campaign. Assessing how far the application of modern warfare underpinned the British army's part in the Allied victory, the book highlights the complexity of modern warfare and the role of organisational behaviour within it.
Category: History

Winning And Losing In The Civil War

Author : Albert E. Castel
ISBN : 157003074X
Genre : History
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Winning and Losing in the Civil War collects fifteen of the most influential short writings by accomplished Civil War historian Albert Castel, each presented with his trademark wit, style, and analytical precision. The author expounds on some of the most provocative, arresting issues surrounding the war, including the dispute over inevitability of Northern victory and the question of Lee s greatness on and off the battlefield. Castel contemplates presidents and mules, generals and guerrillas, lovers and haters, facts and opinions, actualities and probabilities. In addition, he uses the volume as a forum for reflecting on his role as historian, identifying the primary problem facing present-day practitioners of Civil War historiography, and illumining what remains to be accomplished in this heavily tilled but ever-popular field of scholarly inquiry."
Category: History

Top Dog

Author : Ashley Merryman
ISBN : 9781448175390
Genre : Self-Help
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Compete better... In a competitive situation our bodies can experience the same level of stress hormones as jumping out of a plane. Competition is often the key to outstanding achievement. But what is it that makes the difference between rising to the challenge and buckling under pressure? Using groundbreaking studies in diverse scientific fields, Bronson and Merryman demonstrate that understanding how to harness our competitive fire means we can perform our best – whether the contest is sporting, academic or in the workplace. Why are men typically prepared to gamble on long or even stupid odds and women aren’t? Why do some less talented students consistently outperform their smarter class mates in crucial exams? Why do higher levels of testosterone actually make you less selfish and more cooperative and cognitively astute? Why do so many market-leading companies cede their top position because they become risk averse at the wrong times? Why do sports teams where the pay differential between players is the greatest win more? The answer to all this and more is in New York Times no.1 bestselling authors Po Bronson and Ashley Merryman's Top Dog:The Science of Winning and Losing ‘A great read for those paralyzed by the fear of failure as well as thosewho hunger for success’ Huffington Post
Category: Self-Help

Winning By Losing

Author : Jillian Michaels
ISBN : 9780061886232
Genre : Health & Fitness
File Size : 68.92 MB
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Drop the weight and change your life with Jillian Michaels’ Winning by Losing. The fitness expert on the smash hit NBC TV show “The Biggest Loser” and “Losing It,” Jillian offers her unique, comprehensive, no-nonsense health and fitness program that can help anyone lose unwanted pounds and keep them off. Losing never felt so good!
Category: Health & Fitness

Winning And Losing

Author : Scott Cecil Bennett
ISBN : UVA:X006007181
Genre : Political Science
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Winning and Losing: Australian National Elections describes the way the national election process works in Australia. Comprehensive, well-researched and completely up-to-date, it analyses the result of the latest federal election in March 1996. Part I outlines the setting in which national elections occur. It describes electoral administration, voting methods, and the organization of electoral boundaries. The politics of these electoral arrangements is considered, and the question of electoral reform is examined. Part II covers the electoral contest itselfandmdash;the positions of the parties and their leaders, the selection of parliamentary candidates, the relevance of policies and personalities, and the strategic development of election campaigns. The prominence of the media is also discussed. Part III looks at voting behaviour and the analysis of election results. Winning and Losing is essential reading for students of Australian politics, journalists and politicians as well as the interested general reader.
Category: Political Science

Winning And Losing

Author : T.C. Jupp
ISBN : 0435271806
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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"I felt very unhappy. I was afraid to go home. 'What will my grandmother say?' I asked myself. 'What will she think? I will be sent away from school - expelled!'
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction