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Food Guide for Women’s Soccer: Tips & Recipes from the Pros gives female soccer athletes the information they hunger for. This book addresses the nutritional questions, myths, and concerns of soccer athletes, coaches, and their parents to stay on the field and get the most out of soccer practice and on game day.
College professor turns trail maintenance worker and quickly learns there’s a difference between book smarts and common sense. In this mile-a-minute nature comedy of errors, Gurnow becomes the pupil and has his passion for literature re-awakened by his harsh new schoolmaster Mother Nature.
Living Luxe Gluten Free dishes are based upon natural, healthy ingredients like vegetables, fruits, seafood, white meats, and ancient grains. Recipes intentionally exclude processed ingredients, preservatives, trans fats, and added sugars and sodium when possible. It’s also a great resource for those who are lactose intolerant. Even recipes created to satisfy cravings for the flavors like Buffalo wings, nachos, and desserts have been engineered with healthfulness in mind. “Eat well. Feel great. Live Luxe!”
All 58 National Parks are featured with more than 530 color images, 140 easy-to-read maps, and 55 hiking tables make this guide to America’s most scenic wilderness areas the most appealing, comprehensive, and indispensable book of its kind.
Known as an intense competitor, Gene Mauch presided over 1,902 Major League victories, and a handful of stunning failures. Mauch had a reputation for taunting opposing teams and was frequently involved in fiery exchanges with umpires. His bombastic personality, brilliant baseball mind, and loyalty to his players earned him the moniker of the Little General.
Push-up Progression is a 24 push-up journey in stabilization, strength, and power achieved by performing a variety of unique and demanding push-up techniques. This book discusses how crucial the push-up is to training not just the upper body, but the core and lower body as well. By strength training your core-stabilization muscles first, and your core-movement muscles second, you will create overall functional strength while obtaining that lean, aesthetic look we all desire.
This book acts as an in-depth instruction manual for the practice of the 18 Stances of Taiji Qigong (Taiji Qigong Shibashi), which is widely practiced throughout the Far East and increasingly throughout the Western world. Many of the exercises are loosely based on the movements and stances of Taiji Quan. Broken into 3 parts, the book covers: the theory and practice of Qi and Qigong; the general principles of Qigong practice, and the 18 Movements of Taiji Qigong.
HIIT, High-Intensity Interval Training, is the best and quickest way to get fit, lose weight, and tone your body! It helps you tailor your fitness regime to exercise the body part you want to improve and to incorporate it into your busy schedule. Every workout in HIIT – High Intensity Interval Training will have an intensity guide suggesting what level of fitness the workout is best suited to help you find the best HIIT regime for you, whether you are a beginner or advanced!
Barefoot enthusiasts say ditching your shoes is essential for optimal whole-body function. Doctors say minimalist shoes cause injury. Who’s right? What if they both are? In Whole Body Barefoot, biomechanist Katy Bowman explains how both sides are right and wrong by broadening the perspective of over-simplified “shoes are good” or “shoes are bad” arguments. Using evolutionary-based and biomechanics arguments, Bowman demonstrates that shoes, in a modern context, have purpose, but that the trade-off for protection can be reduced whole-body health if we don’t pick the right shoes for our body and skill-level.