Best diet books of all time
You talk about making a change toward a healthier lifestyle, and you really want to do it. But the glut of information out there, many of which are fads and gimmicks designed for unsustainable gains and burnout, can be overwhelming and confusing. Fitness and nutrition specialist Jonathan P. Ankiewicz knows this all too well, and he goes against the grain by providing straight-to-the-point, no-bull information on the basic principles of diet and exercise. He teaches you how to get to know your body, its needs and desires, and then caters a few guidelines and habits toward achieving your personal goals. It begins with setting the right mind-set for a life change, then taking action. Learn how your fitness success begins and ends in the kitchen-not the gym. Get informed on nutrition labels, meal timing, and which “success killers” most threaten your progress. Discover what exercise or activity you enjoy most and find out how to use it as a motivation tool for dedication and progress. Make sense? It should! Much of living and being healthy is unlearning the complications we’ve been taught over the years and distilling it into a life that’s simple and fit!
Jonathan Paul Ankiewicz
More free books It Is Not a Short Term Diet : It Is a Long Term Lifestyle Change – Jonathan Bowers
WELCOME TO THE BODY PLAN PLUS The Body Plan Plus is a very clever Food & Exercise Journal that will keep you organised and on track. Using the methods set out in this Journal, you can decide on how much weight you want to lose and how fast you want to get there... It's easy, fun and rewarding - And the best thing is, you don't have to change the foods you enjoy! Simply get a little […] Partner Workouts : Team Up and Train with Exercises You Can Do Anywhere – Laura Williams
The first full-color fitness book that teaches you how to actively engage a partner in your workout routine, Partner Workouts features 70 step-by-step exercises that utilize another person, either directly for resistance or indirectly for stability and balance. Forty workouts put these 70 bodyweight exercises, yoga positions, cardio, and more into routines, and three long-term, […] Creative Fitness : Applying Health Psychology and Exercise Science to Everyday Life – Henry B. Biller
Biller integrates research about exercise, nutrition, and health within an applied developmental psychological framework. Readers are presented with ways of making fitness an enjoyable and positive force in their daily lives. Although a major focus is on how to get in shape, Biller's primary mission is to encourage a healthy lifestyle that enriches self-awareness and personal growth. […] Jonny Bowden’s Shape Up Workbook : Eight Weeks to Diet and Fitness Success with Recipes, Tips, and More – Jonny Bowden
Health and fitness experts agree that keeping track of our food intake and exercise habits are important to staying focused on diet and health goals. In Jonny Bowden's Shape Up! readers discovered that noting the effects foods have on our moods, and setting goals based on what "shaping up" means to each of us, are essential to achieving genuine body and health transformation. Now […] The Well : Where Fitness Begins Within – Mrs Sahsha Campbell-Garbutt
Many are aiming to lose weight without realizing the key to sustainable weight release isn't in fad diets or in spending long hours in the gym, it's in the foods you eat and WHY you eat them. Getting to the root of your thoughts and the emotional stimuli surrounding the foods you eat is not only where you'll find success in weight maintenance but in EVERY area of your life. This book […] The Complete Guide to Behavioural Change for Sport and Fitness Professionals – Sarah Bolitho
Many fitness professionals and sports coaches working with clients find difficulties in ensuring their clients stay motivated. Any professional prescribing a fitness programme to a client knows that the biggest roadblock to success is the client's ability to make a change in their day-to-day life. You can tell clients what they need to know, but you can't make lifestyle changes for […] There are No Bad Chocolate Chip Cookies! : Motivational Strategies toward a Sensible Fitness Lifestyle – Nathan P. Boyd
Nathan's book is a motivational tool designed to encourage confidence in your ability to adopt a fitness lifestyle and your ability to start successfully losing weight!
Author: Nathan P. Boyd
Pages: 104 pages
Size: 17.48 Mb ABS for Dads – “84hrs to a Better Body” : Get Fit. Get Inspired. Get Motivated. – Benjamin Bonetti
"I am 3 weeks in and have had the best workouts I have ever had in my life. I leave everything at the gym and have seen a transformation that keeps me more focused and more determined to complete this transformation. This book has changed my life for the better, I feel great, I am looking better and this book has helped me keep on track." Andy (43) "The nutrition section took a […]
Best diet books of all time