Proper Exercise Primes Preppers for Disasters by Dan Vale

This book will help anyone to improve their physical fitness, but it is especially appropriate for preppers and their family members. The author gives reasons why physical fitness is important during normal times and why physical fitness is especially critical during a disaster.
Family members are compared to links in a chain, which is as strong as its weakest link. There are many suggestions regarding how to inspire physically unfit family members to exercise.
In this book, there are descriptions of a broad range of exercise methods that can appeal to people of all ages and physical conditions. Examples of such exercise methods are aerobic exercises such as walking, running, cycling, and swimming. Also discussed is exercise obtained through sports or weightlifting.
In addition, this book discusses the need for flexibility if people are to achieve consistent exercise schedules. Several strategies describe how to exercise while traveling and how to exercise safely during very hot or very cold weather. There also are tips on how to set up a home gym and the many advantages of doing so.
Finally, this book discusses the importance of not only exercise, but also of proper diet in becoming physically fit. There is a discussion of reasons why people fail in their dieting efforts. Doing only exercise without a proper diet is like going through life with one hand tied behind one’s back.
This is an optimistic book about exercise and diet. There is a discussion about a scientific study that found that only 20 minutes of exercise a day has significant positive health benefits. There also is a discussion about how to find the right exercise method for each person. After doing so, exercise will be pleasurable for that person.
This is a short book that is packed with valuable information about exercise and diet. This information will help readers to achieve a better level of physical fitness.

Author: Dan Vale

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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Stephen Curry: A Sharpshooter’s Journey to the NBA & Beyond (Stephen Curry) (Basketball Biographies) by Steve James

“If you don’t fall how are you going to know what getting up is like?”— Stephen Curry
What if you could learn the secrets of Steph Curry?

What if you could learn how to become a great basketball shooter, just by studying how one of the best basketball shooters in the world got to where he is today?

The successes of Stephen Curry are well-known to fans of basketball, but fewer people are aware of the trials and tribulations the world-famous basketball player endured to get to where he is now.

In Stephen Curry, you’ll find out the real story behind the man’s meteoric rise of fame as one of the all-time basketball greats, gaining fans for his technique on the court and his philosophy off it.

Not only does this book open the lid onto the inspiration that drives and motivates Curry, but also reveals the training secrets that have made Curry such a successful player.

Not only will you learn how to shoot with dead-eye precision, you’ll also learn how to emulate Curry’s famous dribbling method and leave your opponents in the dust every time, simply by following the bonus comprehensive workout included in this biography.

From high school to the heights of the NBA, you’ll discover how professionals take what feels like abject failure and remold it into nothing more than a roadblock on the path to enduring success!

Readers will benefit from this book by learning:
• A comprehensive Steph Curry biography, revealing his character and the motivational lessons that can be learned from not just what he does to stay on top, but how he got on top!
• A multitude of Stephen Curry secrets, from how he trains and works out, to what habits he maintains in order to continue improving his game
• What techniques and philosophy Curry brings into the court and whether he has any superstitions
• How to become a shooter like Stephen Curry (including how many shots a day he takes)
• An overview of the biggest successes and failures, and how it have shaped Steph’s life
• What makes Stephen Curry special and sets him apart from other shooters?
• Hidden gems and insider secrets you won’t find in any other Stephen Curry books.

Learn the insider secrets that have dominated Curry’s game and apply them to your own game and life for a disciplined approach that enables you to get ahead and achieve your own life goals!

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Author: Steve James

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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The Martial Arts Mindset Complete: Part 1: Discipline and Part 2: The Game Changers (martial art brain training) by Johnny Wright

NOW AVAILABLE PARTS 1 AND 2 AT A DISCOUNTED PRICE!Let’s face it, the world isn’t the nicest place out there. There are a lot of people out there that mean to cause us harm. That’s why we train martial arts in the first place right? There is also another reason; one that lies dormant in the background until suddenly it becomes relevant when we need it. Once this happens, we are now aware that our training has changed the way we think as well! This two-part short book series I have written to help you fast track the way you see what martial arts training can do for you, not just out in the street but in your work, your relationships, your life and everything else that goes with it! So what are you waiting for? dive on in!

Author: Johnny Wright

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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Kurt and Captain Annie: A Novel by J.R. Hargrove

School baseball hero, Kurt Kelton, immediately befriends the new girl in town…and soon develops a crush on her. But Annie isn’t interested in crushes, or boys for that matter. She’s an amazing athlete. So amazing that Kurt invites her to try out for the boy’s school baseball team. Well, the boys are in for a rude awakening. Annie is good. So good that she’s better than all of them. So what’s a school to do when their best athlete is a girl? Easy. They make her captain.

**Acclaim for the novels of J.R. Hargrove**

“Kurt and Captain Annie is a wonderful, heart-warming story. Mr. Hargrove is a fabulously talented writer who captures the exuberance of youth and the spirit of adventure. I’ve set this one aside to read again.”
—Elaine Babich, author of You Never Called Me Princess and Relatively Normal

“A book to be enjoyed by the whole family. A fun, fun story. I love this!”
—J.R. Rain, author of Moon Dance and The Body Departed

“What a sweet story! Highly recommended!”
—Lani Bennett, author of False Dichotomy

Author: J.R. Hargrove

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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Indian Cricket History 1983-2011 by Rajanikanth Muppalla

Indian cricket history from 1983 to 2011 has been comprehensively covered for the sake of die-hard cricket fans who wish to know the past. Value of players have been assessed based on performances in a match rather than averages and milestones. Some popular beliefs may be shattered, but the intention is to let the fans know the truth. However, conventional milestones achieved by the players have been specified in the book. Mudslinging on some popular players will be put to rest. Know more about the performances of your favourite stars in this book which includes an assessment of the players’ performances in each and every match that India played right from the victorious world cup 1983 till another victorious world cup in 2011. Who is the best player of them all? Make your guesses and dive deep into the past to unearth the truth.

Author: Rajanikanth Muppalla

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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After Paris, Freedom: Part 16 of My Very Long Youth – 1982 and 1983 by Lawrence Bohme

Book 16, the last episode of Lawrence’s youthful adventures, 1982-1983. After starting off on the wrong foot in a hilltown of Provence, Lawrence finds a measure of success in Paris as a translator and postcard designer. He encounters his old friends from the student days 20 years earlier, some of them suffering from “post-1968” trauma – Yves, the once hopeful avant-garde novelist from up near Belleville, forced to peddle Indian folk art to make ends meet, Philip his upper-class British classmate at the Sorbonne who later went on to Oxford but, instead of becoming a diplomat and leading the “opulent” life, ended up as a long-haired dreamer, drifting between Ireland and the Middle East, and a series of amorous conquests and defeats, and Emil Cadoo the New York Negro photographer famous for his double-exposed male nudes, who seems to have seen better days. Lawrence avidly explores his favourite corners of Paris with a more discerning eye, and a new awareness of historical perspective. However, his ambiguous relationship with Eliane, the Parisian woman he met in Provence, forces him to see the even more ambiguous relationship with his mother in a new light. Once more, his father – a seasoned adventurer in his own right whose influence was at the heart of Lawrence’s own quest for raw experience, comes to the rescue, with forceful advice which Lawrence, like the prodigal son, painfully follows.
This final part of My Very Long Youth is a work in progress and should be complete by the end of 2016.

AN OVERVIEW… Lawrence Bohme’s whimsically told but scrupulously truthful story of his first 41 years – “not a word of it is invented except some of the names”, he swears – is entitled “My Very Long Youth” because “due to forces beyond my control I only started growing up, or calming down, after that age”. His erratic wanderings throughout the Western World in the four decades following the war in the midst of which Lawrence was born have been enough “without wasting a single word” to fill 16 books whose titles reflect the scope of his wanderlust. They are as follows: Book 1 – A London War Child Crosses the Ocean; Book 2 – Fierce Land of Aztecs, Sweet Isle of Jamaica: Book 3 – Coming of Age in Greenwich Village; Book 4 – Student from America in Franco’s Spain; Book 5 – Torn Between the Sorbonne and Paris; Book 6 – On the Loose from New Orleans to Sicily; Book 7 – School Teacher in Queens, Logger in California; Book 8 – A Poet’s Pilgrimage to Rio de Janeiro; Book 9 – Shack in the Favela, Beach in Bahia; Book 10 – Two Foolish Years, and a Fresh Start; Book 11 – White and Alone in “Baby Doc’s” Haiti; Book 12 – Hellish Country, Heavenly Island; Book 13 – North to Brac, East to Sint Maarten and Saint Barth; Book 14 – The Card Man in Manhattan; Book 15 – Au Revoir, Provence, and this final one in the series, Book 16 – After Paris, Freedom.

Author: Lawrence Bohme

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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Voluntary Peasants, Inside the Ultimate American Commune—THE FARM: Part 5—Utopia Myopia, The Climax by Melvyn Stiriss

Beyond sex, drugs and rock ‘n roll—beyond hippies. Humorist/Journalist Melvyn Stiriss sheds new light on the sixties when, as a UPI reporter, he followed the story of the times over the edge to live the story himself.

Stiriss—“I co-founded and lived thirteen years in America’s biggest commune not undercover but as a full-fledged member of the hippie collective, living the dream, “saving the world.” The idea of writing about the experience came after, when I realized the importance of reporting behind-the-scenes, everyday observations of one of the most-intriguing social experiments to come out of that heady era.”
In this, the final part of the story of The Farm, Group Think takes its toll and the community goes through drastic changes.
Enter what may seem another world. Entertaining, informative, true stories of America’s biggest commune—The Farm—a remarkable bold attempt to “get out of the box” and create a better way of life—Earth-friendly, people-friendly, eclectic, agrarian, vegan community and pioneering cannabis church—a commune awarded the Swedish Right Livelihood Award—“For caring, sharing and acting with and on behalf of those in need at home and abroad.” An example of The Farm’s humanitarian outreach, the author worked with Mayans and a crew from the community in remote villages after a devastating earthquake in Guatemala—building rural schools, clinics, houses and a clinic for Mother Teresa.
“Imagine all the people living life in peace.”—John Lennon
That was us! We had it going. Cool, fun, weaving of journalism, pathos and humor transports the reader on an entertaining, mind-expanding, psychedelic odyssey.
Over the collective’s 13 years, 5,000 people lived and worked together as “voluntary peasants” sharing labor, life and friendship—a path with heart—working without pay—to create a globally-affordable, sustainable safe, sane, eclectic, agrarian, egalitarian, meaningful, fun lifestyle. The Farm was a grassroots, 24/7 peace demonstration.
Pooling resources, working together, we built our own town—complete with farming, construction, motor pool, soy dairy, clinic, lab, doctors, midwives, bakery, cottage industries, FM radio station, solar-heated school, a dozen satellite communities and humanitarian outreach projects around the world. At peak—1,450 people enjoyed Zero Unemployment, Universal Healthcare, and all necessities on $100/person a month!”
This includes the author’s deeply personal spiritual student-teacher relationship with Stephen Gaskin; personal “yogas” placed on him, “spiritual missions” to perform and what that all led too. We also examine damaging effects of group think.
The whole, remarkable 5-part story, Voluntary Peasants Labor of Love, will be available in print and Ebook Spring, 2016

Author: Melvyn Stiriss

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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