After spending a decade caring for her husband who died from younger-onset Alzheimer’s disease, Barbra Cohn offers a spiritual and holistic guide to help caregivers feel happier and healthier, have more energy and time for themselves, sleep better, feel more relaxed and confident, and experience inner peace, despite the obstacles they face.
With pathos, humor and compassion, Calmer Waters includes the author’s compelling life story, inspirational essays and rituals from spiritual leaders, stories from family caregivers and twenty healing modalities from renowned experts that can be practically incorporated into a daily regimen. An added bonus is that both care partners – the caregiver and memory-impaired individual – can use most of the healing modalities, allowing for a stronger connection between the two.
Jeff Galloway’s injury-free marathon training program has helped hundreds of thousands of runners of all abilities. His training schedules have inspired the second wave of marathoners who follow the Galloway RUN WALK RUN·, low mileage, three-day suggestions to an over 98% success rate.
Runners will explore the RUN WALK RUN· Method the principles of and mental and physical benefits behind the method. You will learn Jeff’s Magic Mile, how to set up a running strategy, mental training, proper form and technique, drills, transitions, problem solving, running faster, race rehearsals, and more.
Take a whirlwind trip down the Bourbon Trail with Whiskey Professor, Bernie Lubbers and learn about our nation s native spirit in, Bourbon Whiskey. In the pages of this funny and easy-to-read book, you will learn how bourbon is made, the history of bourbon in Kentucky, America, and the world, the difference between whiskey and bourbon, and how to read labels of bourbon and whiskey bottles.
Included is an updated and expanded travel guide highlighting where to go during your visit to the Kentucky distilleries as well as other bars, restaurants and hotels nearby. There is also a guide to Louisville s Urban Bourbon Trail. Make the most of your visit.
Because federal jobs tend to offer high pay, great benefits, and a strong employee support system, they are some of the most coveted opportunities in today’s job market. As a result, competition for these jobs is at a record high. To survive the initial resume screening, let alone achieve one of these in-demand jobs, candidates must understand how federal resumes are different from resumes for other occupations and know how to write them effectively.
Federal Resume Guidebook reveals this essential information and much more. Recently, the Hiring Reform Initiative completely changed the federal hiring process. The new edition of this best-selling book explains these new processes and procedures and teaches people how to write winning federal resumes.
The best workouts for you every day life are developed with functional fitness methods. With Functional Fitness you can set fitness goals, build a training program, and develop a workout guide for your exercise using the proven training methods found right here in this book. Perfect for the personal trainer seeking new ideas for their next training session, Functional Fitness is ideal for the experienced practitioner as well. Lamar Lowery has developed his own training programs. He has used these methods in decades working with top managers, injured athletes, and back patients. Functional Fitness provides intense workouts to reach maximum results. It is an easy-to-understand guide for any fitness enthusiast or personal trainer. It includes detailed descriptions and photos. In Lamar’s personal training sessions, he uses his expertise in endurance, coordination, and biomechanics to receive the best result. Additionally, Lamar uses the most up-to-date equipment, e.g., suspension trainers, Dual Grip Med Balls, and kettlebells, and the classics such as barbells and dumbbells. After making functional fitness a part of your training regime, you will help your clients add exercise into their busy lifestyle, reach their fitness goals, and improve body, mind, and soul.
So You Think You Know Indiana University Football? will cover every facet of Indiana University football. Delving into this book is an intriguing and fun way for fans to test and increase their knowledge of Indiana’s football program. This book will include:
The best of the best
Hoosiers by number
Bernie, Bill & The Browns is the story of the Cleveland Browns, passionate fans, and a decade that truly was the last great era in Cleveland football. When the Cleveland Browns selected Bernie Kosar in the 1985 Supplemental draft, few knew just how much that would impact the next decade of Cleveland Browns football. They were coming off of a rough patch, but had a long history of winning. The fans were passionate and ready to support a winner.
Breakaway transcends Americans passions for sports and casino gambling as it follows two professional hockey team owners and the most-storied trophy in all of sports. No one can lift hockeys Stanley Cup on his own. Winning a championship takes talented athletes, committed owners, creative executives, and enthusiastic fans. For the Pittsburgh Penguins, it also meant breaking away from tradition. With team owners desperate to replace the leagues oldest rink and leakiest arena, the Penguins win the rights to draft the hottest player in a generation. A Pittsburgh legend returns to the team on and off the ice to lead them into the future. But how to turn around the fortunes of this troubled franchise? Breakaway tells the story of how the Penguins went from bankruptcy and last place to a profitable new arena and a championship by taking chances others never considered and risking everything to win it all.
In The Color of Sundays, everyone knew the Pittsburgh Steelers needed a new strategy when team owners discovered Bill Nunn Jr. The Rooney family already had endured decades of losing by its football team. The Steelers had made the playoffs just once – and lost. But Nunn knew a secret that could change their fortunes.
Nunn could identify football players no one else could see. He had developed his eye as a pioneering athlete, breaking down barriers for African-Americans in high school and college. Then as a journalist, he had become the first black sports writer allowed to sit in the press box at baseball’s Forbes Field.
The secret revealed itself as Nunn traveled the country each fall to find the best players at the nations historically black colleges and universities. Most often the National Football League never noticed these men. Nunn knew they could play if only given a chance.