Health & Fitness, Exercise
Just One Thing
A Naturopathic Doctor’s Guide to Living a Healthier, Happier Life by Making One Small Change at a Time by Dr. Laura Belus
Just One Thing: A Guide to Living a Healthier, Happier Life by Making One Small Change at a Time is the only all-inclusive guide for helping the reader easily and effectively improve all five facets of their health: nourishment, movement, sleep, ...
Training For Life
A Prescription for Fitness by Hernani Ourique
Training for Life: A Prescription for Fitness, written by gym owner and fitness coach Hernani Ourique, lives up to its title, focusing on the steps to getting healthy and staying fit for the long term. Unlike the myriad “exercise” books in the ...
Not Just an Ordinary Bike Ride by Hana Weinwurm
Ride Alchemy is the ultimate resource guide. It provides a detailed tool kit for indoor cycling teachers and enthusiasts, complete with 26 fully laid out workouts that are endlessly challenging, satisfying and varied, and that include QR links to ...
The Essentials of Health and Wellness by Ryan Carnahan
BODY: THE ESSENTIALS OF HEALTH AND WELLNESS provides an answer to the question: “What can I do to help myself?” With simplicity and clarity, Ryan Carnahan presents a foundation for self-healing that can be used by anyone on the path to optimum ...
Origins: A Massage Therapist's Personal Journey to Unlocking the Source of Your Pain by Deborah Pfingstl
In Finding Balance, Deborah Pfingstl shares her personal journey as a massage therapist. Through true life stories and unique experiences, she explains how life molds us and the importance of balance to relieve our body’s pain. Her stories are ...
The Definitive Guide to Joining a Gym for the First Time by Gino A. Spada
Sedentary living is as detrimental to your health—if not more so—than smoking. Most people do not get enough regular physical activity, and are aging faster than ever before and developing chronic diseases as a direct result. Joining a gym is the ...
The Good, the Bad, and the Heavy
The Bold Truth About Bodybuilding by Chris Harrison
For a relatively new sport, competitive bodybuilding has quickly been given a tarnished reputation. From extreme dieting to steroid abuse, the general population’s perspective on the fitness industry and competitive bodybuilding can be judgmental ...
Why and How to Plow Pathways by David G. Coldwell
A New Kind of Cycling Advocacy. In Calgary Alberta, bicycle snowplowing was born at a time when pathways weren't plowed at all. Early snowplowing pioneers convinced City Hall that pathways needed to be plowed, not just for cyclists and pedestrians, ...
Our Perfect Portions
8 Week Challenge by Jeremy Piccott
You pick the foods, We pick the portion size... Lose a pant size the 1st month and another the next. What is Our Perfect Portions? • Our Perfect Portions is NOT about another fad diet we have all tried before. • It’s NOT about depriving yourself of ...
Walker to 30 Minute Runner
by Sandra Buchanan
We’ve always been told that you have to walk before you can run. And it’s true. But do you know that if you are a walker you can become a runner? With the right preparation you too can have that exhilarating feeling of throwing on a pair of running ...