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- Ulysses Press 2009; US$ 14.95
“Meet the Lara Croft of Manhattan? -- The New York Post STRIKE, THRUST, CUT . . . YOUR WAY INTO GREAT SHAPE Feel the power and exhilaration of a Samurai sword workout with Forza, the full body exercise program based on Japanese sword fighting techniques. Build muscle and burn fat with this fantastic cardio workout that strings together controlled... more...
- Touchstone 2011; US$ 16.95
Hold It! You should know that: Walking is not one of the best exercises and will never get you fit For certain body types, stair climbers will not trim your thighs and buttocks or give you slim hips You do not need expensive health club memberships to become fit You do not need to exercise for more than an hour a day to lose... more...
- Random House 2010; US$ 17.58
In this fascinating book based soundly in medical science, Mike Stroud - of BBC Television's The Challenge and SAS: Are You Tough Enough? - sets out the genetics, diet and exercise that enable humans to perform at their peak. Dr Stroud - polar explorer, practising hospital physician, and a former adviser to the Ministry of Defence - analyses... more...
- Infinite Ideas 2007; US$ 6.95
Shape up your bum, the newest book in the 52 Brilliant Little Ideas series, cuts straight to the heart of the matter. With insider shortcuts and secrets garnered from a career spent writing about health, beauty and fitness techniques, products and treatments, Linda Bird, Cherry Maslen and Eve Cameron reveal how every woman can achieve her ideal shape,... more...
- Infinite Ideas 2007; US$ 6.95
Most of us want to tone up and get fitter, and there?s plenty of advice out there to help us; a never-ending avalanche of books, magazines, websites and TV programmes. But who?s got the time to wade through this lot to sift the stuff that works from the rubbish? What we need are failsafe short cuts to increased fitness and an improved sense of well-being.... more...
- Charles C Thomas 1989; US$ 42.95
Herein the author emphasizes the balance and blending of physical and mental activity that the weight lifter need achieve in order to reach maxi mum potential. Not only is it possible for an athlete to control the mind to enhance his physical performance, lifting weights, in any of its forms, can become a vehicle for personal exploration and psychological... more...
- YMAA Publication Center 1998; US$ 20.95
Finalist ? 2008 IP's Book Award The Tai Chi Book is a detailed guide for students who've learned a Tai Chi form and want to know more. It also introduces beginners to the principles behind great Tai Chi, and answers common questions that all of us have. The Tai Chi Book shows you how to use Tai Chi to gain strength in your bones, muscles and vital... more...
- Hardie Grant Books 2010; US$ 29.95
In the summer of 2003, a mob of mature Melbourne women threw caution, asthma inhalers and orthopaedic inserts to the wind and formed a football (soccer) team to play in the lower division of the metropolitan league. The Mighty Bras - as the Brunswick Zebras became known - have defied the odds and their old bones ever since to prove that, well, winning... more...
- DK Publishing 2009; US$ 21.95
Strength training has been proven to have a beneficial effect on our body image and health, so it's not surprising that the number of people participating in this activity has been rising steadily over the last 20 years (in the US, for example, 21% of all adults now train with weights at least twice a week, with women making up one in five of those... more...