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...
The Oxygen Advantage
The science behind proper breathing is, well, breathtaking. We’re inhaling this book, “The Oxygen Advantage”, this summer and getting amazing results in our workouts, stress levels, and sleep patterns. Patrick McKeown’sscientific-based techniques can help you: Maximize the benefits of your fitness program Simulate high-altitude training for heightened athletic performance Improve your...
Why Everyone Should Lift Weights
Weight training brings many more benefits than simply helping you gain muscle or burn fat. We love James Clear’s take on the additional perks strength training can add to your life. https://jamesclear.com/why-lift-weights FROM THE ARTICLE: I'll say it plain and simple: you should be lifting weights. But not necessarily for the...
The New Rules of Lifting for Life
This book is a must-read for teens and adults who want to challenge their bodies in new ways and hate being held back by "beginner" programs. By focusing on strength and movement quality, it gives you a ton of great strategies and programming ideas for resistance training on your own....
Real Food Heals
An accomplished career master chef, Seamus Mullen provides some “easily digested” takeaways on reducing added sugars, enhancing the taste of good nutrition and tips on professional recipes made doable in the average person’s kitchen!