7.29.2012

3 FREE Health & Fitness Kindle Books At Amazon!

Amazon has 3 Health & Fitness Kindle Books FREE TODAY ONLY!
July 29, 2012

Update: These books are now FREE to Amazon Prime Members Only!




The Natural Way, written by national fitness champion, actress, and model Beth Horn, offers a complete guide to healthy living with eating plans, food lists, and numerous exercise plans specific to your goals. This book is an inspirational celebration of the mind, body, and spirit with an effective plan of action to help you achieve your personal best. It includes chapters on flexibility, motivation, nutrition, exercise, and training for teens. The Natural Way is fully illustrated with more than 100 photographs. Foreword by Steven Hartman, Author of The Essence of the Bhagavad Gita.
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The Best Exercises You've Never Heard Of - If you’ve reached a plateau in your workout or your training routine has become stale and boring it’s time to shake things up. “The Best Exercises You’ve Never Heard Of” is the essential workout guide for anyone looking to find new exercises, get stronger and train more efficiently.

You’ll find over 50 unique exercises expertly demonstrated with photographs, detailed instructions, tips and tricks on how to incorporate the exercises into your workout and how to avoid common errors. This book provides exercises for every major muscle group and will help you get the most out of your workout at all times.
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Yen Path: Taking Steps Toward What You Want In Life
World renowned wellness coach and yoga instructor Jenny Gallagher has developed a revolutionary new approach to getting motivated and achieving dreams. In Yen Path: Taking Steps Towards What You Want in Life, Jenny approaches her life changing concepts as she would approach a yoga class. By combining the best past, present, and future motivational concepts, Jenny will help you learn to:

• Create a deeper understanding of what you want
• Manage stress
• Have a life/work balance
• Relax and find joy

Yen Path uses yoga in a holistic approach that encourages positive thought and action. Jenny explains yoga concepts as they relate to the benefits of stillness, balance, observation, nonjudgment, intention, perception, metaphysical laws, energetic patterns, biological characteristics, nutrition, exercise, wisdom, and gratitude. Her approach is logical, geared toward the professional, and leaves no stone unturned.
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