We like a provocative read and “Superlife” by Darin Olien fits the bill. Olien says the key to achieving health and well-being comes through five life forces: quality nutrition, hydration, detoxification, oxygenation, and alkalization. His opinions on some nutritional strategies won’t be everyone’s cup of tea, but readers will take...
Why do I hurt?
“Why Do I Hurt?” It’s the title of this month’s book club pick and a question we all ask ourselves occasionally. Author Adriaan Louw uses easy-to-get language, examples, and images to explain how and why our bodies experience pain. Whether you’re navigating rehab after significant injury or dealing with chronic...
Stillness is the Key
We’re overwhelmed and stressed like never before. This month’s book club pick, “Stillness is the Key” by Ryan Holiday,” is a timely look at how all great leaders, artists, athletes and visionaries share the ability to be still and steady while the world spins around us. Learn how you can...
With so many fitness books pushing the quick fix for the quick sell, it’s refreshing to find one based on science, not gimmicks. “Peak” by Dr. Marc Bubbs provides fascinating insights from experts who are influencing the top performers in sports, and breaks down the four pillars of performance: training,...
Mind, Body and Sport: The Mind-Body Guide to Lifelong Fitness and Your Personal Best
This 1994 game changer by Douillard remains a priceless tome of insights and strategies for performance and health. When a book that was written over 25 years ago seems very forward thinking, you know it was way ahead of its time!
In this month's featured book, "Caffeine Blues," Nutritional Biochemist, Stephen Cherniske takes a deep dive into the negative impacts that caffeine addiction can have on your overall health. If you are one of the nearly 80% of Americans hooked on caffeine, he offers logistical ways to remove it from your...