book reviews

This new book from J.C. Herz is worth a read for anyone with an interest in CrossFit, including the haters.
Research, stories, and recipes - when it comes to optimizing your diet, Christopher James Clark's new book has it all.
Jeffry Life's book is a helpful resource for anyone who wants to get healthy or stay in shape through diet.
Want to try an obstacle race or mud run, but have no idea where to start? Margaret Schlacter's new book is a must-have for you.
This book contains over 700 exercises meant to help you enhance your fitness and have fun doing it.
This book empowers readers to address their gut health through diet and other lifestyle changes.
Jimmy Pena's book is the perfect solution for religious believers who want to integrate faith and fitness.
I recommend Ben Greenfield's new book to anyone who is even halfway serious in any physical activity, from endurance training to CrossFit.
Kevin Cook breaks down the game of golf from many angles, from history, to technology, to family relationships.
What were you doing when you were eighteen? Joshua Weissman is writing cookbooks and taking gorgeous food photos.
Stefani Ruper presents her unconventional approach to sexiness in this fun and informative book.
Arsy Vartanian's newest book is all about celebrating the ritual and art that goes into to crafting our own nutrition.
Brendan Brazier's book is packed with 150 nutrient-dense, vegan recipes to fuel your workouts.
This book by Ellen Barrett and Kate Hanley aims to help women manage their menstrual cycles, and not vice versa.
Sarah Ballantyne's book presents diet-based solutions for the 50 million people who are suspected of suffering from autoimmune disorders.
If you need to mix up your smoothie or protein bar routine, this book provides fun recipes for both grain-free and vegan diets.
One man's weeds are another man's salad, and this book is a foraging feast for the table and the eyes.