book reviews

This cookbook makes for a fantastic first book for someone making a serious exploration into his or her health.
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?
This book by Dr. Walter M. Bortz details a simple, holistic approach to living a long, healthy, and full life.
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.
Looking for a tool to help you juggle BJJ training, competition, and life? Look no further than this little book.
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.
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.