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Abs Diet Ultimate Nutrition Handbook: Your Reference Guide to Thousands of Foods, and How Each One Shapes Your Body

July 20th, 2013 Comments off

Title : Abs Diet Ultimate Nutrition Handbook: Your Reference Guide to Thousands of Foods, and How Each One Shapes Your Body
ASIN : B00B559U6E



Hundreds of Quick-and-Easy  Nutrition Secrets for a Firm, Flat Stomach

Lose Up to 20 Pounds of Fat in Just 6 Weeks Without Ever Feeling Hungry!
 
Now, David Zinczenko, best-selling author and editor-in-chief of Men’s Health, has collected the most essential, up-to-date nutrition information in the world, and distilled it down to an easy-to-use, breakthrough manual. The Abs Diet Ultimate Nutrition Handbook will arm you with the nutritional information, guidance, and secrets that will give you the body you want, the stomach you want, and the life you want.
 
Discover the secrets to staying lean for life and building the 6-pack of your dreams—all while eating what you want, when you want. Just learn the secret to making the smartest nutrition decisions, no matter where you are. You’ll discover:
· Hundreds of tips on buying, preparing, and even ordering the best meals, and how to make those meals work for your body—not against it.
· Scores of new recipes including dozens of muscle-building, fat-burning desserts!
· Two super-efficient, proven new workouts, plus two bonus abs moves that will sculpt your stomach in no time.
· A 14-day eating plan that will start stripping away flab and showing off your abs—in just days!



Consumer Review
the Abs Diet Ultimate Nutrition Handbook
I LOVED the author’s way with words-using humor and facts together. He was down to earth and even medical issues made sense. I like the thinking of this book and putting it together with the “eat right every time” and “six meals for six pack abs” is the ultimate goal for results. I learned new statistics and facts about nutrition that I did not realize even after years of trying multiple ways of dieting. I totally recommend this book!

Olympic Weightlifting: A DVD Guide to Learning & Teaching The Olympic Lifts

March 27th, 2013 Comments off

Title : Olympic Weightlifting: A DVD Guide to Learning & Teaching The Olympic Lifts
ASIN : B005CCMNC4




Consumer Review
A Systematic Approach to Learning the Olympic Lifts
This volume represents a thorough presentation of the basic and advanced training to acquire and build the skills to successfully perform the 2 Olympic lifts. For those unfamiliar with Olympic lifting, this sport demands the development of flexibility, co-ordination, speed, and finally, power. Performance of the lifts represents a true measure of overall body strength and agility. All of this goes far beyond gym rat bodybuilding and power lifting (no disrespect – but what are you guys trying to accomplish?).

In more than 50 chapters, Greg Everret methodically works through the basics for learning and performing the lifts. This is probably the first time that I have seen both a precise description of the hook grip and the reasons to use it. Everret uses a unique approach to the lifts by breaking down the lifts into specific movements and exercises from the top down. Learning to lift from the floor is the last part of the lessons.

I am 65 years old and have…

From Gym Lifter to Competitive Powerlifter: The Beginner’s Guide to Competitive Powerlifting! (Powerlifting For Beginners)

March 24th, 2013 Comments off

Title : From Gym Lifter to Competitive Powerlifter: The Beginner’s Guide to Competitive Powerlifting! (Powerlifting For Beginners)
ASIN : B008M0GR66



Do you like to squat? Do you like to bench? Do you like to deadlift?

If you find yourself answering yes to any of these questions then there is one more question to ask.

Have you ever thought about competing?

Most people that love weightlifting do not realize that there is a sport dedicated to the main three power exercises, the squat, bench press and deadlift. IF you are one of those lifters that want to compete but do not know enough about the sport to get started, “From Gym Lifter to Competitive Powerlifter” is the book for you.

In 1998 at age of 30, the author, Joe “Ironman” Norman, started his powerlifting career by joining up with Team Jax out of Jacksonville, FL., a computer programmer during the day, Joe dedicated his nights and weekends to become one of the top ranked powerlifters in the sport today. He has taken what has learned over the years about competing and shared hat knowledge in this book.
You will find the knowledge you need start on your powerlifting career. This book covers topics from lifting federations to competition day. It will explain the sport in detail, as well as offer tips and tricks that Joe has learned over the course of his powerlifting career.

Topics such as

  • Lifting organizations (Federations)
  • Types of competition
  • Divisions/weight classes 
  • How a Meet is run and the people involved in running it
  • Flow of competition
  • What is expected on each lift 
  • Powerlifting gear 
  • Meet prep
  • Meet day

When you are ready to take your lifting to the competitive level, then this is the book for you.

Are you ready to get your powerlifting career started?

NOTE: This is not a powerlifting training manual, but simply a guide to get starting in competition.


Consumer Review
Great intro.
I was finding it hard out information on the web. This book is a very good intro I am using weights to get into shape and bought this book out of curiosity. Very good information for a beginner who might want to do some competition to give them something to focus on.

Mother Food: A Breastfeeding Diet Guide with Lactogenic Foods and Herbs – Build Milk Supply, Boost Immunity, Lift Depression, Detox, Lose Weight, Optimize a Baby’s IQ, and Reduce Colic and Allergies

March 14th, 2013 Comments off

Title : Mother Food: A Breastfeeding Diet Guide with Lactogenic Foods and Herbs – Build Milk Supply, Boost Immunity, Lift Depression, Detox, Lose Weight, Optimize a Baby’s IQ, and Reduce Colic and Allergies
ASIN : B0073LLU5I

“Mother Food,” a unique healthguide, herbal, and cookbook for breastfeeding mothers, draws on traditions from around the world. Focusing on pregnancy and the postpartum, “Mother Food” explores lactogenic foods and herbs and how they enhance milk production, prevent postpartum depression, increase energy, promote gentle weightloss and detox, improve the mother’s and baby’s immune systems, and also how they affect a baby’s IQ, colic, allergy, and even her like or dislike of the taste of her mother’s milk. Expert opinions are reviewed and traditional systems of medicine are succinctly explained. Written in an easy-to-read style and replete with remedies and recipes, “Mother Food” is both practical and informative. Recommended by lactation consultants and approved by the La Leche League International Book Evaluation Committee, “Mother Food” has become a favorite of mothers who want to learn what they can do to optimize both the quantity and quality of their milk, while contributing to their own and their baby’s best health.
Well Written and Useful
As one of the unlucky few with a true breasmilk supply issue, one that resulted in my first child being formula fed, I am thrilled to have discovered this book. It is just filled from cover to cover with useful information about herbs and foods to increase supply. Including actual methods of preparation and recipes. And, similarly, what to avoid. It is well researched and easy (and enjoyable) for the average person to read. The remedies recommended have made the difference between success and failure in feeding my new baby. I just can’t recommend it enough. Thank you Hilary!

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