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Book details
  • Genre:SELF-HELP
  • SubGenre:Motivational & Inspirational
  • Language:English
  • Pages:128
  • eBook ISBN:9780990942429

The Fighting Spirit

The Art of Winning Your Fight

by George Foreman III and Mary McAlary

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To anyone and everyone who wanted to give up but didn’t, who hit rock bottom and came back swinging—or anyone who ever wanted to—this book is for you. George (Monk) Foreman III teams up with Mary McAlary, a mom and grandmother fighting MS, to co-author the ultimate motivational playbook.
To anyone and everyone who wanted to give up but didn’t, who hit rock bottom and came back swinging—or anyone who ever wanted to—this book is for you. George (Monk) Foreman III teams up with Mary McAlary, a mom and grandmother fighting MS, to co-author the ultimate motivational playbook. The Fighting Spirit™: The Art of Winning Your Fight is the first in the Everybody Fights® book series, part of the heartfelt mission of 31-year-old George Foreman III, the son of the great boxing legend George Foreman, to build and foster a community of “everyday fighters” and inspire their journeys by sharing their stories. George III and Mary, who was diagnosed with MS 10 years ago, seem to be unlikely family at first, but their “fight” and philosophy of living bring them together to share their life-changing stories and personal hard-won lessons. Together, they pack a punch of inspiration. Readers will learn the key Fight Laws needed to win their own battles—and ultimately be able to join a growing community of truly inspirational people. The book is chockfull of motivating wisdom as well as tips for wellness and living with MS—and a few of Mary’s favorite healthy recipes, too. Why? Because EVERYBODYFIGHTS®. As George III says, “It’s about chomping at the bit to wake up and defy the odds every day. It’s about being scared to death and saddling up anyway. It’s about turning your fight ON when you have a diagnosis! Fighting is not a sport—it’s a spirit.”
About the author
Mary McAlary is an author, a realtor, a nutritionist, an organic health food specialist, a healer, a mother, and a grandmother. Mary is so many wonderful things to so many people because of one simple fact: She is a Fighter—An Everyday Fighter. Mary lives the ideology “pay it forward” every day and does so by sharing her story and sharing the knowledge she has learned on her path. Mary McAlary was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 2004. She began traditional treatments, but her health continued to decline. In 2007, Mary sought out a holistic approach to battle her disease and her outcome has been remarkable. In 2008, she graduated from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition. Mary possesses a strong “Fighting Spirit,” and believes that good health is attainable by organic nutrition and a healthy lifestyle. Today, her MS is benign, and she is feeling great. As a certified holistic coach, Mary enjoys sharing her knowledge for healthy living with others. Mary McAlary lives in Andover, Massachusetts. She loves spending time with her family, cooking, and expanding her knowledge of healthy foods and lifestyles. George Foreman III is a Graduate of Rice University. For the past four years George has been active as a professional boxer, achieving a record of 15-0 (14 KO ’s). From 2002–2009, George served as his father’s, George Foreman Sr., manager. Every interview, endorsement contract, publishing agreement, television/movie contract, and marketing campaign involving George Foreman Sr. was negotiated and/or executed under the direct supervision of George III. After over ten years in the world of sports management, marketing, and being an athlete himself, George decided to combine the knowledge and experience from the two industries he knows best to form The Club; a lifestyle fitness brand that embodies the concept EVERYBODYFIGHTS. Understanding the need for a truly authentic fitness community based around The Fighting Spirit, George saw an opportunity to provide a third home for the Everyday Fighter while servicing a sincere need in the market— providing a FUN fitness environment that motivates its clients inside the facility and out. The Club is a community driven by its members of all ages and demographics. If you are an everyday fighter and embody our fighting spirit, then you belong with us! EVERYBODYFIGHTS.
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