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Latina boxer creates a get-fit routine that packs a punch!

Latina boxer creates a get-fit routine that packs a punch!

By Jo Ann Hernandez

LatinaLista — Two-time WBC boxing champion Mia Rosales- St. John is one of the most famous and popular competitors in women's boxing today. Now, in her first book, The Knockout Workout: 3 Winning Steps to Improve Your Body and Your Life, Mia reveals how she overcame racism, alcoholism and an eating disorder to become a world class athlete, a sports pioneer, a happy, healthy mother of two and a role model to Latinas everywhere.


Mia Rosales-St. John literally fought her way to the top. She rose to fame a decade ago fighting alongside Oscar De la Hoya and other legends of the sport on pay-per-view channels around the world.

In "The Knockout Workout," Mia uses her own life experiences and training techniques to show readers how to lose weight and work their body into knockout shape. Complete with meal plans, detailed exercise instructions, champion mental strategies, and photographs, this complete program is for anyone, regardless of age or experience, who wants their get-fit routine to pack a punch!


Jo Ann Hernández is assistant Bookshelf editor and author of the award-winning "White Bread Competition" and "The Throwaway Piece," as well as, creator and publisher of BronzeWord Latino Authors web site.


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