books & dvds

With a goal of providing pleasing meals that are also healthy and won't sap your time, Weeknight Paleo delivers nine weeks worth of mouth-watering and unexpected paleo recipes.
"Every Woman's Guide to Foot Pain Relief," is not just about feet. This book is really about the relationship between our footwear, foot care, and alignment, and I highly recommend it.
Clint Nielsen's new book give you an eighteen-week plan to get lean and strong, but it's no gimmick. Clint busts fitness-mythology and provides a sensible exercise and nutrition plan.
Want homestyle cooking, but you are gluten-free, primal, or paleo? Paleo Comfort Foods successfully adapts classic American and Southern cuisine for a gluten-free kitchen, while keeping it tasty.
"Kettlebell Boomer" provides over 100 minutes of kettlebell workouts, as well as instruction and athlete interviews. I recommend this DVD to older adults who want to use kettlebells as they age.
If you don't own Greg Everett's original book on Olympic weightlifting then your library is not complete, whether you are a coach or an athlete. Read our review to find out why this book is essential.
Dr. Turner's newest book aims to get our population off the carbs, then slowly ease them back into the diet, correcting metabolic derangement. Includes a nutrition plan and recipes.
"Mindful Healing" brings together mindfulness experts Vidyamala Burch, Joshua Leeds, and Jon Kabat-Zinn. The 2-disc set combines breathing practices with classical music for healing and growth.
Matt Polly wrote a new book on his experience going from everyday Joe to an MMA fighter. Find out what he learned about the sport and himself in the process.
Author Vidyamala Burch has put together a tremendous resource for anyone who is interested in how to use meditation for chronic pain.
"Ignite! Enrichment Through Exercise," by Chris Cooper and Tyler Belanger, presents an innovative approach to learning, based in physical activity and regular movement.
In the second installment of his kettlebell workout DVD series, Keith Weber takes things to a new level, which is well-articulated in the tagline: “Exceed your limits.”
Jay Cardiello may be a "celebrity trainer" but his book is an outstanding resource for bodyweight movements, and if you're motivated on your own, could be some great workouts, as well.
If you’re a Pilates enthusiast looking for a classic and challenging mat workout, you'll enjoy Alisa Wyatt's Intermediate and Advanced DVDs.
The Fighter’s Mind is for readers who want to understand how and why any of us challenge ourselves to improve. It is a book for and about fighters. In other words, it is a book for and about us.
Lauren makes it clear from the start that the final volume of her kettlebell DVDs is a challenging workout, and she’s right. Volume 3 uses TRX and kettlebells to complete the series.
This isn't just another "jump around in front of the TV" cardio DVD. This is a 6-DVD set from a coach with real life experience training fighters for professional matches. These workouts are for real.