Best diet books of all time
The book takes the view that discovery is the outcome of successful science, and that organisations play a central role in facilitating or inhibiting discovery. John Hurley argues against the theory that creativity only leads to scientific discovery and suggests a model of the processes leading to discovery including both individual and organisational processes.
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This work explores the central elements of a theoretically optimal human diet. The scientific studies and basic biochemical and physiological principles that form the theoretical and empirical bases of such a diet are reviewed.
Author: Isaak Hulsen
Pages: 296 pages
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This book presents a personalised approach to exercise. This book expands the role of the fitness professional from simple exercise prescription to include activity counseling, design modification, exercise demonstration, functionally integrated exercise, injury prevention and follow-up monitoring. Central to the book are seven client-centered models for each major fitness component, […] Secrets to Success in Sport & Play : A Guide for Players of All Ages – Marianne Torbert
Author: Marianne Torbert
Pages: 144 pages
Size: 16.30 Mb Basic Forms – Ben G Adams
Basic Forms is a booklet of daily one-page forms that are identical to the daily one-page forms provided in The Creative Process Diet. The Basic Forms booklet is for individuals who are starting out with the process and would like to have a separate booklet of the daily forms. See also related Unboxing Press titles: Advanced Forms and Power Object. RECOMMENDED: To get started, it is […] Measurement Theory and Practice in Kinesiology – Weimo Zhu
This is a text for post graduate students, researchers and professionals in sport and exercise science. It provides readers with a good grounding of the basics of measurement techniques in physical activity, by focusing on understanding the concept behind techniques. Material covered in the book takes a broad look at measurement issues in the physical domain, including reliability, […] The Diabetes Sports and Exercise Book : How to Play Your Way to Better Health – Claudia Graham
Discusses the day-to-day control of diabetes through personal exercise programs, and offers success stories as examples
Author: Claudia Graham
Pages: 220 pages
Size: 13.49 Mb Achieve Lean Plan for Healthy Eating – Anne Johns
The Achieve Lean Plan for Healthy Eating enables you to systematically change what you eat, how you eat and why you eat. It will ultimately change your relationship with food and will allow you to make a lifelong commitment to healthy eating. The process is simple and happens naturally, with very little effort.
Author: Anne Johns
Pages: 134 pages
Size: 11.63 Mb Training for Sports Speed and Agility : An Evidence-Based Approach – Paul Gamble
Speed and agility are central to success in a wide range of sports. Training for Sports Speed and Agility is the first evidence-based study of all those aspects of athletic preparation that contribute to the expression of speed and agility during competition. Drawing on the very latest scientific research in the fields of strength and conditioning, applied physiology, […]
Best diet books of all time