books & dvds

Many of you are familiar with "K-Star" and his website, MobilityWOD. Have you checked out his new book? The title might be whacky, but the information inside is 100% legit.
I think this is probably the single best deadlifting book I have read. This book isn’t just for learning basic technique either, it has something for everyone.
"Sane and Simple Nutrition" by Nia Shanks provides simple, flexible tips to help readers break free from "OCD eating habits" and the guilt that sometimes comes with following strict diets.
Two greats of strength training, Pavel and Andy, wrote a book that focuses on all three powerlifting movements, but specifically on how to improve your deadlift.
"Beautiful Babies" is one of my new favorite nutrition books for the reproductive years. The book is a primer in traditional nutrition for fertility, pregnancy, and feeding babies.
If you’re a fan of the Convict Conditioning series, or of bodyweight training in general, you would be interested to know that this popular series from Dragon Door now includes a log book.
If you are looking for ways to introduce paleo to your family without eating sweet potato fries and chicken breast every day, "The Everyday Paleo Family Cookbook" is a must-have paleo resource.
Ronda Rousey credits her mother for passing down her amazing judo skills. This book is written by her mother, AnnMaria De Mars, and world-class judo coach James Pedro Sr.
The new book from bodyweight master Al Kavadlo requires no equipment, just dedication and focus. Learn how bodyweight movements can build your strength, and you can do it all without a gym.
Your friends and family will never believe these exotic tasting recipes were as easy to make as they are. If you're looking for simple, but fresh tasting recipes, this is a must-have paleo cookbook.
Christopher Sommer's amazing new courses, Foundation One and Handstand One, break down complicated gymnastics techniques for the beginner. They also incorporate much needed mobility drills.
"Yoga Shakti" is more than a workout DVD - it's a comprehensive resource and the perfect place to begin if you want to start a home yoga practice.
You've probably heard that yoga can improve athletic performance. "The Athlete's Pocket Guide to Yoga" is a great book for busy athletes who want to add yoga practice to their training.
This book and DVD provide great progressions for bar-based exercises. They also made me realized what a cool guy Al Kavadlo is. I just want to hangout with the guy now.
Nia Shanks has put together yet another amazing training guide - the "Beautiful Badass Bodyweight Workout Guide." With this program, you really don't have much of an excuse not to get stronger.
Extreme Strength! is a great product for people interested in advancing their ability to move some kettlebells around, especially in the Olympic lifting exercises. It's not for beginners, though.
The Healing Kitchen combines traditional wisdom, scientific research, and simple recipes to provide a good starting point for anyone who is interested in the healing power of food.