Best diet books of all time
It’s a beautiful memoir about Murakami’s obsessions with running and writing. Full of vivid insights, including the moment when he decided to become a writer. Funny and sobering, playful and philosophical, this book is rich and revelatory, both for fans and for the exploding population of athletes who find similar satisfaction in athletic pursuit.
More free books How to Think about Exercise – Damon Young
USING PHILOSOPHY TO EXPLORE THE BIG IDEAS BEHIND FITNESS AND WAYS TO ENJOY EXERCISE WITHOUT LEAVING YOUR MIND BEHIND It can often seem as though existence is split in two: body and mind, flesh and spirit, moving and thinking. In the office or at study we are 'mind workers, ' with seemingly superfluous bodies. Conversely, in the gym we stretch, run and lift, but our minds are […] I’m Beautiful, Dammit! : Waging Your Own CurvOlution – Rachel Ann Caplin
In a country where the majority of women are dissatisfied with their bodies, the revolutionary way of thinking contained in these pages is critical in developing new attitudes towards body image. Teaching women to feel genuine, unconditional love for their bodies through laugh-out-loud funnies, poignant stories, and proactive and effective tools, this book reiterates with force that […] Pooh’s Little Fitness Book – A. A Milne
Inspired by the beloved writings of A. A. Milne, an endearing fan's book profiles the active side of life in the Hundred Acre Wood and cites the cardiovascular benefits of reaching for a pot of hunny and tracking Woozles.
Author: A. A Milne
Pages: 80 pages
Size: 27.79 Mb The Secret to Losing Weight – Norman Be Norman
"The Secret to Losing Weight" is journal #9 in the humorous "The Secret To" series of journals that let the reader be the writer offering a simple and funny answer to a complicated question.
Author: Norman Be Norman
Pages: 84 pages
Size: 26.57 Mb Yoga School Dropout – Lucy Edge
A sharply funny travelogue from a fantastic travel writer. Lucy Edge tells the story of her personal quest for serenity and yogic flexibility through the ashrams and gurus of India. After over a decade spent working and drinking too much in the world of advertising, Lucy decided she had to leave town for an altogether more spiritual and, well, meaningful way of life - And […] Songwriting for Geniuses : 25 Tips for the Genius in Everyone – Gene Burnett
In Songwriting For Geniuses, singer/songwriter Gene Burnett offers 25 tips to aspiring songwriters for writing better, more satisfying songs. The author"s contention is that within each of us is a place that knows when a song works and when it does not. This place of knowing is called many things: intuition, spirit, the unconscious. Burnett calls it your 'genius, ' and it is to this […] Navel Gazing : One Woman’s Quest for a Size Normal – Anne H. Putnam
Almost every woman worries about her weight. For Anne H Putnam, it became unavoidable - by the age of seventeen she weighed over twenty stone and had tried everything, from dieting to fat camp to wearing big t-shirts. When she decided to have weight-loss surgery, she thought everything would change. But now, nine years later and ten sizes smaller, she has discovered that changing […] The Big Skinny – Carol Lay
Here's the skinny: After a lifetime of yo-yo dieting with pills, hypnosis, and ill-informed half-measures, Carol Lay finally shed her excess pounds and kept them off. Now this California cartoonist shares her experiences in a funny, genuine, and eye-popping graphic memoir that tells Carol's story and shows you how you can do it, too.
Author: Carol Lay
Pages: 208 […]
Best diet books of all time