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Never Missed: Lessons Learned From Forty-Five Years of Running Without Missing a Day by Mark Covert
What started as a hobby quickly became a life’s passion and a legacy for Mark Covert, holder of the second-longest running streak in history. Join Mark as he shares stories from the roads and trails he ran to cover an astonishing 159,000 miles, and the wisdom learned during the 16,436 consecutive days he kept the streak alive. From his first national championship, to competing in the 1972 Olympic trials wearing the first Nike pair of Nike shoes, Mark’s story is one of toughness, perseverance, and unwavering dedication to the sport of running.
Taming the 7 Most Fattening Excuses in the World: Re-thinking Your Healthy Obsession Pathway to Lifelong Weight Loss
Based on Nobel Prize-winning research on decision making, this book can help you understand and overcome your barriers to achieving weight loss. Then, you can move on to a scientifically sound, remarkably clear, comfortable, and very effective journey to permanent weight loss. The two major steps toward that success are:
- Tame the very common but problematic thinking (called Stymie Beasts) that creates challenging obstacles to weight management.
- Learn how to implement the approach to lifestyle change that makes losing weight easiest and most effective: Very Low Fat (VLF) Healthy Obsession Pathway (HOP).
Headstrong by Luke and Myra Heavner
Like many eleven-year-old boys, Luke Heavner enjoyed playing sports, fishing, hunting, and spending time with friends near his family’s home in Lincolnton, NC. After sustaining two separate concussions in two weeks, however, his life took a dramatic turn as he suddenly suffered from headaches, panic attacks, nausea, disorientation, and other terrifying symptoms while struggling to recover. Suddenly, lights were brighter, noises were louder, and school became an unbearable obstacle.
Join Luke and his mother, Myra, as they share Luke’s story and provide tips for preventing and identifying concussions, as well as what to do if you or your child are ever diagnosed with a concussion. Headstrong is an invaluable resource for kids, parents, and coaches alike.
Angling the Inner Banks
This book is written to give the reader who is entirely new to fishing, or an experienced fisherman who is new to the region, a basic primer for fishing the waters of the Inner Banks. Because of its unique physical environment it presents a special set of challenges, as well as opportunities for recreational fishermen.
Fishing the Inner Banks is less celebrated than other more well known fisheries on the east coast. Its mystique is both indefinable and alluring, and its features are comparatively understated. Hook and line fishing prospects are abundant, but success does not necessarily correlate with conformity to well know convention. Low magnitude tidal forces, the infrequency of well defined channels, and rapidly fluctuating salinity create seemingly erratic conditions when compared to the predictable rhythms seen in the tidewater regions of the middle and southeast Atlantic coast.
The Missing Piece: Introducing Nutrition Response Testing by Paul Rosen
I Got Da Suga But Da Suga Ain't Got Me-The Must-Have Guide to Dealing with Diabetes and Finding Hope and Happiness
Do you or a loved one have "da suga?" Despite being one of the most common diseases, diabetes can be daunting, especially when you are still learning how to manage it. This easy guide breaks it all down-from an explanation of what causes diabetes to methods of diagnosis to treatments. Remember: You got da suga, da suga ainʼt got you.
One Happy Divorce-Hold the Bulls#!t
Sole Food: Digestible Sneaker Culture by Jemayne King
The Art of Living Life by Jim Leonard
Cover: Soft cover
Reptiles on Caffeine by Brooke Musterman
Me, Myself, and Multiple Sclerosis by Kenneth Brown
Size: 5.25" x 8"