SOURCE: Dumbbells & Tomatoes

July 13, 2016 13:08 ET

New Book, "Dumbbells & Tomatoes," Combines Worlds of Fitness & Self-Help

TUCSON, AZ--(Marketwired - July 13, 2016) - More than a book on how to exercise to be fit, "Dumbbells & Tomatoes" explores the personal thoughts and feelings of a person. Author and trainer Jaime Zene chronicles her remarkable results by working from the inside of a person. Most fitness programs emphasize exercise to improve appearance and fitness. Zene applies a powerful combination of psychology and physical exercise to not only get fit, but to stay fit.

Jamie Zene is an experienced personal trainer. She and her husband founded "The Power of One Personal Training," a private and independent personal training studio. Derived from direct experience working with many clients, Jamie has developed a holistic approach to overall fitness. "The real reward comes when a client has that 'ah-ha' moment when they realize their physical issues are manifestations of an inside issue," claims Jamie. She has worked with insecure professional athletes, as well as bored stay-at-home moms. But the best moment came when she experienced her own personal breakthrough. From that experience and from working with numerous others, she developed the life-style oriented system, which is featured in the book.

The holistic approach she developed has multiple components. These include: Healthy Lifestyle & Relationship to Food, Finding the True Self, and Personal Training. "Once people start understanding the inside game they are playing, it is possible to unlock the motivations and commitment to achieve physical results," says Jamie. The book is filled with stories of individual insights and breakthroughs. "Dumbbells & Tomatoes" combines useful knowledge and practical applications on the subject most of us struggles with -- maintaining our physical health in the context of our thoughts and feelings. Not one for drama, Zene manages to keep it light with positive ideas and her well-known sense of humor.

There is a special offer whereby a person buys two books at one of Jamie's signing parties and the second copy is donated to the troops at Fort Campbell, KY or at Emerge: Center Against Domestic Violence.

"Dumbbells & Tomatoes" can be found at major outlets, including Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Google Play and iTunes. It is published by Wheatmark Publishing, Inc. of Tucson, Arizona.

Jamie and her husband Matt have operated "The Power of One Personal Training" since 2002 in Tucson, Arizona. Their website can be found at:

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