book reviews

This book offers a great collection of recipes across the flavor spectrum that will keep you and your whole family happy and full.
Even if you think you already know everything about programming, you'll learn something from this new book.
The market is filled with clients who are over 50, and this book's message is important for them to understand.
If you're new to paleo or trying to convert family members, this may be the book for you.
"Real Life Paleo" provides all the resources you need to ease into paleo-style eating.
What makes today's athletes better, and what will make the next generation even better? Mark McClusky's new book takes a detailed look.
Between his book, "Free+Style," and his new seminar, Paoli has a lot to offer athletes.
"The Running Revolution" is a great resource on running form and self-assessment.
Despite the misleading title of this book, its simple approach might lead you to experiment with new ingredients.
Danny Kavadlo has a mean-looking six-pack, and he wants to help you get one, too.
This book is a invaluable resource for athletes who don't have access to physical therapy.
In his new book, Paul "Coach" Wade answers a common question: How do you build muscle using bodyweight-only training?
This book by Josh Hillis and Dan John is full of solid workout plans and weight-loss strategies.
If you're looking for a comprehensive book from a coach who has done it all, this is it.
Jill Miller's new book is a thorough guide to self-care for full-on body nerds and laypersons alike.
Olympian Sheila Taormina teaches important basics that can apply to swimmers of all levels.
This book by Dr. James Levine provides important information and practical advice to reverse the effects of sitting.