It’s never too early (or late) to take better care of ourselves. The Library has many titles on physical, emotional, spiritual and any other kind of health you can imagine. See the titles below for good starting places…
Very short, intense bursts of exercise may be the most potent form of workout available. Gibala busts exercise myths (“it’s only for really fit people”), explains astonishing science (“intensity trumps duration”), lays out time-saving life hacks (“exercise snacking”), and describes the fascinating health-promoting value of high-intensity interval training for preventing and reversing disease.
With yoga teacher Eiko’s guidance, people of any age and fitness level can say goodbye to those mysterious aches and pains that are caused by stiff, contracting muscles. With only five minutes of stretching a day, you’ll be experiencing a host of health benefits such better circulation, fewer joint injuries, toned muscles, improved balance, in just a few weeks! Also available in eBook.
A lighthearted, fully illustrated fitness guide detailing octogenarian Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s twice-weekly workouts with the author, her personal trainer, demonstrates each exercise in accessible detail and is complemented by professional tips, informative sidebars and folksy health wisdom.
A renowned wellness expert describes seven distinct practices from Eastern philosophy and ancient practices, including QiGong, yoga and Pilates, that you can use to transform your health, spiritual richness and longevity. Also available in eAudio.
Health and fitness trainer and co-star of NBC’s “The Biggest Loser” Jen Widerstrom’s groundbreaking weight-loss program to help readers drop pounds with a customized approach based on eating right for their personality type, catering to their strengths and weaknesses with motivational advice, meal plans, recipes, exercise plans and more. Also available in eBook.
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Struggling with anxiety or any type of mental illness is usually up there with resounding themes of Young Adult Fiction, including first love. That is because our teenage years are often very complicated, especially when mental health issues start to first arise. There are so many other factors that young adults face (besides growing up) that can push anyone over the edge.
Personal responsibility and self-discipline are the hallmarks of a successful life. The following children’s books highlight strategies and techniques that anyone can adopt to improve their life and attain their full potential.