Viralnomics
March 2 2016
Complete with parody, inside jokes and wit, Viralnomics is undoubtedly one of the best marketing and social media strategy reads to date... View More
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Feb. 15 2016
Here are five books that give solid insight in to various fitness marketing strategies... View More
ClinchPad
Feb. 2 2016
When you’re a busy fitness professional a real challenge is making sure you follow-up and follow-through with clients... View More
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Jan. 15 2016
There is no shortage of fitness and training books, but only a fraction can boast validity for the fitness professional who is a committed learner... View More
functionaltrainingbook
Jan. 2 2016
Organized in three sections, JC Santana offers one of the most comprehensive and resources for training and performance... View More
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Dec. 2 2015
There are books that enhance our practice through science, evidence and application. Then there are books that enhance our experience... View More
HIIT
Nov. 2 2015
Irene Lewis-McCormick, a 30-year industry veteran, has put together animpressive resource for High-Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) specificallyfor women in her new book, The HIITAdvantage: High-Intensity... View More
totalknockoutfitness
Oct. 2 2015
In a fresh take on fitness and boxing, Total Knockout Fitness by Martin McKenzie and Stefanie Kirchner,offers a book and DVD package for anyone looking to up-the-ante on theirworkouts. The book is laid-out... View More
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Sept. 2 2015
Melissa Layne, fitness industry veteran and exercise physiologist, has released her book, Water Exercise. In a reader-friendly format, Layne outlines exercises for warm-up, flexibility, strength and conditioning... View More
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Aug. 2 2015
Offering a refreshing take on fitness outside of the gym walls, TinaVindum's book Outdoor Fitness,provides a colorful guide for safe, fun and progressive outdoor fitness for alllevels. Vindum's book breaks... View More
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July 2 2015
The third edition of Strength Training Past 50 by Wayne Westcott and Thomas Baechle has recently been released by Human Kinetics. Research focused on all facets of fitness for those over the age of 50... View More
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June 2 2015
Brad Schoenfeld is one of the most respected leaders in fitness and exercise science. Known for his science and evidence-based approach, it's no surprise why his book, The MAX Muscle Plan, continues to... View More
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May 2 2015
Jonathan Goodman, founder of the Personal Trainer Development Center and author of Ignite the Fire, has released another golden resource for fitness professionals: "Personal Trainer Pocket Book." The reader-friendly... View More
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April 2 2015
Dr. Emily Splichal is a recognized podiatrist and Human Movement Specialist and founder of Evidence Based Fitness Academy. A leader in the growing barefoot training movement, her recently released book,... View More
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March 2 2015
The increasing population of aging adults continues to highlight the importance for fitness professionals to be acutely aware of safe exercise for frail elders and adults with special needs. In the second... View More
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Feb. 2 2015
Renownedcoach and exercise physiologist, Richard Brown, PhD, has released the thirdedition of Fitness Running. Organizedin three sections: Running Readiness, Program Planning and Training Schedules,Brown... View More
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Jan. 2 2015
The third edition of Training for Speed, Agility, & Quickness has been recently released with even more tests, drills, education and programming information contributed by experts and edited by Lee E.... View More
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Dec. 2 2014
JimStoppani, PhD, has released the second edition of his Encyclopedia of Muscle & Strength. As the title indicates, "encyclopedia" pretty much sums it up: thebook spans over 550 pages covering 381 exercises,... View More
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Nov. 2 2014
As Dan Trink highlights in the introduction of his new book, High-Intensity 300, there are few things in fitness that are more controversial than high-intensity training (HIT). While there are seemingly... View More
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Oct. 2 2014
Dan Kennedy is a legend in the realm of sales, copyrighting, marketing and business strategy. While the first edition of The Ultimate Sales Letter is well over 20 years old, it was the first book my business... View More

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