Entertainment :: Health/Fitness Reviews
A simple, practical approach to maximizing your physical, mental and spiritual health. We can all learn a little from John M. Rowley’s example.
The actual subtitle is ’What Every Aging Man And the Woman in His Life Need to Know.’ But there’s plenty for gay men in this informative & entertaining discussion of problems all men face as they grow older. Best of all, there’s plenty of useful advice.
Author Perry Brass navigates the scary waters of dating in the gay world, offering refreshing tips on how to approach a man, as well as taking it to the stages of emotional and physical intimacy.
Knockout Fitness by Andy and Jamie Dumas, now available from Skyhourse Publishing, is a guide to help the amateur athlete learn about boxing.
New number-filled fitness book offers wide array of helpful health hints
Though "The Body Fat Solution" is not revolutionary, it’s definitely one solution that can help readers maintain (or attain) a healthy, sensible you.
The expert editors at Muscle & Fitness magazine put together a full-color guide for guys wanting to start off 2009 with a healthy bang.
A slender, somewhat cheap-looking guide to yoga and Pilates inspired abs-building exercises.
David Walker’s fun and well-organized book "Jiu-Jitsu for Beginners" makes the basic moves and principles of the martial art clear enough for someone with a little experience to pick up.
A useful and straightforward new book provides readers with the simple steps to take to become as fit and healthy as a young fireman in his prime.