Reviews

Liz Wolfe's ability to ride the line between stick-to-your-guns and reasonable makes this one of the best nutrition books I've read in years.
Peter Servold's cookbook uses a seasonal approach to take your cooking skills to the next level.
These meat-based snack sticks taste better than products like Slim Jims - and without all the frightening ingredients.
WellnessFX allows you to get information on many health indicators without having to pay physician fees.
Looking for a tool to help you juggle BJJ training, competition, and life? Look no further than this little book.
If you're looking for a high-quality product to use for travel and on-the-go workouts, this kit is a great starting point.
These two items by tasc Performance are comfortable, well made, and attractive.
With Hexoskin you can track a number of fitness statistics, all just by wearing a shirt.
NOURI bars provide nutrition for pre- and post-workout while also helping kids in need.
The recipes in Russ Crandall's cookbook are not strictly paleo, but that doesn't mean they're not delicious.
Nick Tumminello's new book is a helpful resource for new lifters and experienced coaches alike.
I used this shoulder brace to help me recover from a shoulder injury, and it provided noticeable results.
This new book from J.C. Herz is worth a read for anyone with an interest in CrossFit, including the haters.
Tired of suffering through your foam rolling sessions, only to experience no relief? The Original Worm might be just the thing for you.
I've been wearing these tights for years now, and they remain one of my favorite items in my training wardrobe.
Research, stories, and recipes - when it comes to optimizing your diet, Christopher James Clark's new book has it all.
What we buy makes an impact not only on our economy, but also on our environment. Here are my recommendations.