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Why practice yoga or Yin Yoga in particular? YinSights, a book by Bernie Clark, has the answers. In YinSights, Clark explores the benefits of yoga, as viewed by both the Eastern and Western worlds and relates how it affects the body and mind. Although more and more students are embracing the Yin-side of yoga, Yin Yoga is still relatively unknown. Filling a void in yoga literature, YinSights serves as a practical guide for students interested in understanding Yin Yoga.
You Can Be Beautiful Beyond Breast Cancer is Leslie Spencer’ personal story. She is a professor of health and exercise science who trained for and competed in her first women’s figure competition during treatment for breast cancer. In You Can Be Beautiful Beyond Breast Cancer, Leslie offers humor and honesty as she encourages fellow cancer survivors to set and reach their personal goals. Following sound and practical guidelines, she provides fitness and nutrition strategies to enable cancer survivors to reach new levels of wellness during and after treatment. While accessible to lay audiences, it is grounded in evidence-based practice and will benefit health professionals who work with cancer survivors.
“Courage is being afraid and doing it anyway.” This book will inspire and encourage you.
Your Best Abs is revolutionary in its approach, but the research behind its benefits has been around for years. The premise is simple: Train the abs as they are designed to work, not by doing crunches and sit-ups, but by properly bracing the core. The purpose of the abs is to resist spinal extension—to brace and hold, not to push and pull.