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The definitive book of yoga therapy, this groundbreaking work comes to you from the medical editor of the country’s premier yoga magazine, who is both a practicing yogi and a Western-trained physician. Beginning with an overview of the history and science of yoga, Dr. McCall describes the many different techniques in the yoga tool kit; explains what yoga does and who can benefit from it (virtually everyone!); and provides lavishly illustrated and... more...

From his years helping Third World natives, Ragnar Benson brings you this handbook for doctoring humans with readily obtainable, cheaply priced vet that are often identical to prescription drugs and cost only a fraction as much. Tetanus, typhoid and gun-wound infections will never again strike fear in the hearts of survivalists who pack this illustrated handbook in with their antibiotics, syringes, sulfa drugs, sewing needles and sutures.

HARD-CORE JUMP ROPING FOR EXTREME FITNESS You certainly jumped rope as a kid, but you probably didn't realize this fun activity is also a kickass workout for shredding all the major muscles—arms, legs, butt, abs, shoulders and chest. With this book, you turn a simple jump rope into a power tool to: • Build muscle • Boost endurance • Amplify explosive power • Improve agility • Enhance overall fitness From... more...

Are you happy at work? Or do you just grin and bear it? We spend an average of 25% of our lives at work, so it’s important to make the best of it. The Joy of Work? looks at happiness and unhappiness from a fresh perspective. It draws on up-to-date research from around the world to present the causes and consequences of low job satisfaction and gives helpful suggestions and strategies for how to get more enjoyment from work. The... more...

"This book gives you the real story on who came before us and how we built on the learning to evolve coaching as an emerging profession. It's interesting, exciting, and a little bit scary to see some of the antics that brought us here. Yet the honesty and openness within this book and the commentary by the writer, demonstrates the values and beliefs we hold as coaches. It brings clarity to the past, and it strengthens the framework for what's possible... more...



Without contraception, a healthy, sexually active woman will give birth to about 15 children and over her life span, spend most of her reproductive years either pregnant or nursing a newborn infant. So controlling fertility has preoccupied women—and often their husbands—since at least 1000 B.C. In this comprehensive reference, readers can explore the history of birth control from a variety of perspectives: anthropological,... more...

As a soldier, you can be sent to any area of the world at a moment's notice. It may be in a temperate, tropical, arctic, or subarctic region. You might expect to have your personal equipment and your unit or other members of your unit with you wherever you go, but there is no guarantee, however, that this will be so. You could find yourself alone in a remote area-possibly enemy territory-with little or no personal gear. The U.S. Army Survival Handbook... more...

The Power Greens Cookbook presents 140 delicious, healthy recipes for dark, leafy greens that will please your palate and inspire you to clean your plate.   Kale and collards don’t have to be the only greens on your shopping list anymore. Rising stars include romaine and parsley, Brussels sprouts and beet greens, and more. But say the words “Eat your greens,” and even though we know they’re good for us, many people are afraid that they... more...

Current theories of evolution portray men as active individuals forging their way forward through a mix of testosterone fuelled competition, rivalry, and aggression. But what role is left for women within such evolutionary thinking? The role women get is that of the passive, weak, individual left to ride on the coat tails of their male suitors. The default, no testosterone sex interested in just selecting the best male to expand the gene pool . Is it... more...