book reviews

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 new book from Juli Bauer and George Bryant is full of delicious recipes, and a gorgeous photo accompanies every one.
This book by Dr. James Levine provides important information and practical advice to reverse the effects of sitting.
Valerie Worthington's book is a guide for the family and partners of people who train BJJ.
This cookbook makes for a fantastic first book for someone making a serious exploration into his or her health.
This book provides new and experienced runners with many years' worth of solid information.
If every trainer read Kenneth Jay's book, we would all be better equipped to help people improve their VO2 max and actually get fit.
Danielle Walker's new book is filled with simple, delicious recipes that are perfect for people who have food sensitivities.
More people should be paying attention to Brandon Hetzler's message about corrective and developmental movement.
This book teaches you how to use self-care to make pain vanish and improve athleticism.
Katy Bowman has a fresh perspective on our movement habits that you won’t find anywhere else. Her new book will help you move more and feel better.
Feeling confused about all the conflicting cholesterol information you hear these days? This book will help sort it all out.
You might not even notice all the recipes in this book are gluten-free, paleo, and whole foods-based. You'll just want to know if there are seconds.
This book by "Sports Illustrated" writer David Epstein seeks to answer the age-old debate - are athletes made or born?