The Great Fitness Experiment

The Great Fitness Experiment Author : Charlotte Andersen
Release : 2011-04-01
Publisher : ReadHowYouWant.com
ISBN : 1459617606
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In The Great Fitness Experiment, a funny and informative guide through the morass of contradictory claims and information in today's health/fitness-obsessed world, Charlotte Hilton Andersen goes from gym rat to lab rat, trying a new workout each month for a year in an attempt to discover what works, what doesn't and what's just plain weird. She delves into such subjects as the Action Hero Workout, Cross Fit Training, Going Vegan, Double Cardio, and others. Interspersed between the chapters on the monthly experiments, Andersen offers personal essays on everything from her past experiences with eating disorders to testing the ugliest fitness shoes on the planet to lesson about, as she puts it ''what I've learned from being a girl in our body-obsessed culture.'' She writes candidly about her history of anorexia, orthorexia and ''general-low-self-esteem-exia'' and includes anecdotes about the effects of the ''health'' craze on my students, friends and gym buddies. In addition, she scours the most recent research to let readers know whether drinking milk after weight lifting really does build more muscle (yep!) or if it matters whether you do cardio or weights first (nope!). She also tests some of the stuff readers have heard about and secretly wanted to try but would never embarrass themselves doing. Readers get all the entertainment and none of the carpet burns as Charlotte bends it like a ballerina, squats like a sprinter, gets hemorrhoids like an Olympian, and HOO-ah like a Navy seal. By the end readers will have new ideas about how to eat healthier, work out smarter, and hold their own in a Photo-shopped world.

The Great Fitness Experiment

The Great Fitness Experiment Author : Charlotte Hilton Andersen
Release : 2011
Publisher :
ISBN : 9781578604753
File Size : 69.15 MB
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A Huffington Post writer describes the results of an intriguing experiment, wherein she tried a different workout regimen each month for a year to find out what works, what doesn't and what is just plain bizarre, in a book that looks at such routines as Cross Fit Training, the Action Hero Workout, Going Vegan, Double Cardio and more. Original.

Cranky Fitness: Exercise Your Ass Off

Cranky Fitness: Exercise Your Ass Off Author : Jan Graham
Release : 2012-11-19
Publisher : Hyperink Inc
ISBN : 1614645949
File Size : 32.86 MB
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Are you looking for an upbeat, enthusiastic fitness book offering inspirational advice about exercise and explaining just how easy, fun, and rewarding it is to get fit? That's unfortunate! Because you won't find any of that stuff here. Based on the blog Cranky Fitness, this ebook offers realistic, practical advice on how to get fit, lean, and fierce. It also includes obscenities, whining, opinionated tirades, and advice that could either be extremely useful or could result in an untimely death. Bonus: there are bullet points and photos that break up solid blocks of text quite nicely so that you can make your way through it quickly! You might accidentally learn a few things whether you meant to or not. Cranky Fitness: Exercise Your Ass Off is not for everyone. There are words that have several syllables, research studies that have numbers in them, and exercise tips that require more than ten minutes and don't even guarantee instant flat abs or buns of titanium. The book was written for people who know that getting fit is crucial for health, both physical and mental, yet who are also aware that sometimes virtuous pursuits require effort, creativity, patience, and cursing. This ebook includes advice on getting fit, some specifics about various activities you might want to pursue, a bit of motivation and inspiration, and a few advanced tweaks and tips. It is the first in a series of ebooks that promises to be every bit as weird as this first installment. Only for the few, the proud, the brave, and the cranky.

The Great Starvation Experiment

The Great Starvation Experiment Author : Todd Tucker
Release : 2007
Publisher : U of Minnesota Press
ISBN : 0816651612
File Size : 87.60 MB
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Reprint. Originally published: New York: Free Press, c2006.

The Truth About Exercise Addiction

The Truth About Exercise Addiction Author : Katherine Schreiber
Release : 2015-02-19
Publisher : Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN : 1442233303
File Size : 75.62 MB
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Designed for individuals concerned about their workout habits, personal trainers, family and friends of folks with a problem, as well as working mental health professionals treating exercise addicts, The Truth About Exercise Addiction provides an easy-to-read, illuminating glimpse into the rising trend of over-exercise. Delving into the history of exercise addiction and the growing influence of “thinspiration,” Katherine Schreiber and Heather A. Hausenblas illustrate the symptoms and dangers of obsessive exercise with true stories from sufferers, all while exploring why and how such a seemingly healthy behavior morphs into a dangerous means of self-destruction. Analyzing the causes and consequences of excessive physical activity alongside the influence of genetics, culture, and personality, this book allows readers to gain a greater understanding of what exercise addiction looks and feels like. The Truth About Exercise Addiction also provides an unprecedented list of resources to address exercise addiction, a snapshot of treatments currently available for sufferers, and to top it off: guidelines on how to confront and care for someone who may have a problem.

Almost Anorexic

Almost Anorexic Author : Jennifer J. Thomas
Release : 2013-05-29
Publisher : Hazelden Publishing
ISBN : 1616494441
File Size : 86.97 MB
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Almost Anorexic

More Than a Body

More Than a Body Author : Lexie Kite
Release : 2020-12-29
Publisher : Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
ISBN : 0358226813
File Size : 23.50 MB
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"An indispensable resource for women of all ages, this is a guide to help us better connect to ourselves, to value ourselves, to love ourselves, and ultimately, to be ourselves." —Chelsea Clinton Positive body image isn’t believing your body looks good; it is knowing your body is good, regardless of how it looks. How do you feel about your body? Have you ever stayed home from a social activity or other opportunity because of concern about how you looked? Have you ever passed judgment on someone because of how they looked or dressed? Have you ever had difficulty concentrating on a task because you were self-conscious about your appearance? Our beauty-obsessed world perpetuates the idea that happiness, health, and ability to be loved are dependent on how we look, but authors Lindsay and Lexie Kite offer an alternative vision. With insights drawn from their extensive body image research, Lindsay and Lexie—PhDs and founders of the nonprofit Beauty Redefined (and also twin sisters!)—lay out an action plan that arms you with the skills you need to reconnect with your whole self and free yourself from the constraints of self-objectification. From media consumption to health and fitness to self-reflection and self-compassion, Lindsay and Lexie share powerful and practical advice that goes beyond “body positivity” to help readers develop body image resilience—all while cutting through the empty promises sold by media, advertisers, and the beauty and weight-loss industries. In the process, they show how facing your feelings of body shame or embarrassment can become a catalyst for personal growth.

The Resilient Woman

The Resilient Woman Author : Patricia O'Gorman
Release : 2013-03-05
Publisher : Health Communications, Inc.
ISBN : 075731709X
File Size : 57.89 MB
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"The Resilient Woman brings together many effective theories on empowerment, parenting, self-esteem, self-care, and independence to provide a guidebook for woman of any age. Understanding and getting past the fear of releasing old ways of being opens the door to a future based on what really matters to you. As you discover ways to build your life from a foundation that is uniquely your own, you will release the dreams and hopes of the past that caused pain and failure."--Amazon.

The great experiment

The great experiment Author : Mary Molesworth
Release : 1860
Publisher :
ISBN :
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Exercise Psychology

Exercise Psychology Author : Peter Seraganian
Release : 1992-12-21
Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
ISBN : 9780471527015
File Size : 81.31 MB
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Examines both the basic and applied research that has explored the influence which physical activity has upon psychological states. Organized into three sections: history and theory, research approaches, findings and applications. Individual chapters are contributed by distinguished researchers and practitioners representing three distinct disciplines: health psychology, physical education and exercise physiology. Provides a balanced, critical and up-to-date portrait of the field.

Father Bauer and the Great Experiment

Father Bauer and the Great Experiment Author : Greg Oliver
Release : 2017-04-11
Publisher : ECW Press
ISBN : 1770909990
File Size : 70.19 MB
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A pioneering and beloved Canadian legend comes to life Father David Bauer changed lives — at the rink, in the classroom, and at the pulpit. Bauer’s dream created the first truly national Canadian hockey team. In 1963, that unique group represented Canada abroad and were committed to both country and to Father Bauer. Whether shepherding the hockey program at St. Michael’s College in Toronto or the men’s national team out of the University of British Columbia, Bauer was both spiritual leader and trailblazer. p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 16.0px Times; -webkit-text-stroke: #000000} span.s1 {font-kerning: none} Through exhaustive research and countless interviews, author Greg Oliver explores a Canadian icon, the teams that he put on the ice, and the rocky, almost unfathomable years of the 1970s when Canada didn’t play international hockey. Finally, for the first time ever, the whole story of Father Bauer’s critical importance to Canada’s game is told in the rich detail it deserves, and a beloved icon is celebrated for his contributions to our nation’s sporting history.

Essential Readings in Evolutionary Biology

Essential Readings in Evolutionary Biology Author : Francisco J. Ayala
Release : 2014-03-15
Publisher : JHU Press
ISBN : 1421413051
File Size : 53.17 MB
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Traces scholarly thought from the nineteenth-century birth of evolutionary biology to the mapping of the human genome through forty-eight essays, arranged in chronological order, each preceded by a one-page essay that explains the significance of the chosen work.

Artificial Intelligence in Logic Design

Artificial Intelligence in Logic Design Author : Svetlana N. Yanushkevich
Release : 2013-03-19
Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN : 1402020759
File Size : 21.96 MB
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There are three outstanding points of this book. First: for the first time, a collective point of view on the role of artificial intelligence paradigm in logic design is introduced. Second, the book reveals new horizons of logic design tools on the technologies of the near future. Finally, the contributors of the book are twenty recognizable leaders in the field from the seven research centres. The chapters of the book have been carefully reviewed by equally qualified experts. All contributors are experienced in practical electronic design and in teaching engineering courses. Thus, the book's style is accessible to graduate students, practical engineers and researchers.

The Great Commission

The Great Commission Author : John Harris
Release : 1842
Publisher :
ISBN :
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Physical Fitness Research Digest

Physical Fitness Research Digest Author :
Release : 1971
Publisher :
ISBN :
File Size : 29.93 MB
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The Mouse in Biomedical Research

The Mouse in Biomedical Research Author : Henry Foster
Release : 1981-01-01
Publisher : Elsevier
ISBN : 0323156061
File Size : 63.37 MB
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The Mouse in Biomedical Research, Volume I: History, Genetics, and Wild Mice focuses on the utility of the mouse as a laboratory animal in biomedical research. A historical perspective on the development and origins of the laboratory and wild mouse is given. The diversity of inbred strains of mice as well as the methods of developing and the genetic monitoring and testing of these strains are discussed. This volume consists of 14 chapters and begins with an overview of mice of the genus Mus and problems concerning evolution within the genus. The following chapters focus on taxonomy, nomenclature, and breeding systems, together with recombinant inbred and congenic resistant mouse strains. Methods of constructing, testing, and monitoring strains are described. Congenic strains, gene mapping, cytogenetics, and murine experimental studies are also considered, along with the histocompatibility-2 complex and radiation genetics. The final chapter is devoted to the pharmacogenetics of the laboratory mouse, paying particular attention to intoxication and detoxication pathways, genetically determined differences in xenobiotic metabolism, and pharmacogenetic polymorphisms. This book will be a useful reference for investigators using mice in many areas of research.