Stop the Insanity by Susan PowterTake control of your life and stop the insanity!
Youve seen Susan Powter on the Home Show and on her Stop the Insanity infomercial, explaining health and wellness to millions of viewers. Taken from the insanity she experienced with the diet and fitness industries, Susans step-by-step motivational book, now read by Susan herself on audio tape, will empower women everywhere to take control of their lives.
In Stop the Insanity!, Susan tells you how you can get lean, strong, and healthy without starvation and deprivation. Her practical, proven program designed for women of all ages, weights, and fitness levels can change the way you look and feel just like it did for Susan. Funny, poignant and powerful, Stop the Insanity! is more than Susans encouraging success story of how she went from fat to fit-- and stayed there. It is a message of hope for women everywhere.
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The infomercial landscape of the s held particular appeal for people looking to pursue self-improvement. Richard Simmons advocated for Deal-a-Meal, a trading card-based diet regimen; Tony Little swore he could whip people into cardiovascular shape with his Gazelle; Chuck Norris promised that the Total Gym and its resistance bands would build muscle. All of these marketing campaigns were successful to varying degrees, but none reached the heights of a crew-cut, bleached-blonde pitchwoman who insisted that losing weight and raising your self-esteem were not a condition of buying expensive equipment or starving yourself. It was a matter of making smart food choices, minimizing fat intake, and sticking to a moderate exercise routine. The woman was Susan Powter. The couple married in and had two sons.
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Susan Powter born 22 December  is an Australian-born American motivational speaker, nutritionist , personal trainer, and author, who rose to fame in the s with her catchphrase "Stop the Insanity! She hosted her own talk show The Susan Powter Show in the s. Powter was born in Sydney in