The Key Muscles of Yoga: Scientific Keys, Volume I

This book offers a scientific approach to understanding the practice of hatha yoga. Through four-color, three-dimensional illustrations of major muscles, tendons, and ligaments, Ray Long describes the practice and benefits of hatha yoga. Specific anatomical and physiological descriptions highlight the agonist, antagonist, and synergist muscles that come into play with each pose. Volume I of the series describes the key muscles of hatha yoga and how they are utilized. From beginners to experts, this book will become a constant companion.

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  • High Quality Lay-Flat Binding

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Hungry Girl Diet Journal (Volume 1)

HUNGRY GIRL DIET JOURNAL, 60 DAYS JOURNAL FOR TWO MONTHS DIET PLANNING Do you feel like you haven’t been blessed with the best fat burning genetics? Does food seem to go straight to your problem areas like your belly, bum and thighs? Do you feel like you’ve tried every diet known to man but the weight keeps coming back? What If I told you that you could lose weight, feel better, look better, have more energy, reduce pain, boost your sex drive, prevent disease … and best of all you’ll still be able to still eat some of the foods you crave the most and still experience a slimmer body? what are you waiting for? Start today by making the smartest investment you could possibly make. An investment in yourself, your future and your Health Don’t hesitate to pick up your copy today by clicking the BUY NOW button at the top of this page!

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Cured, My Ovarian Cancer Story (Plucky Cancer Girl Strikes Back) (Volume 2)

In 1991 Joyce Wadler, a 43 year-old New York City reporter, had breast cancer which was caught early and successfully treated. She thought her cancer problems were over, she knew of no other cases of breast cancer in her family. Four years later Ms. Wadler was diagnosed with advanced ovarian cancer. She also learned that she was carrying a genetic mutation, BRCA-1, which has been found in Ashkenazic Jews and which gives women a higher risk of breast and ovarian cancer. “Cured: My Ovarian Cancer Story”, which originally appeared as, ‘Cancer Redux’, a two part cover story in New York Magazine, is the story of how Joyce Wadler successfully overcame cancer a second time. It also includes information about how women can try to protect themselves. ———- MY HAIR STARTS FALLING OUT ten days after chemotherapy: a few strands on a white tablecloth at the Knickerbocker restaurant. I am having lunch with a guy I met at a party two months ago. The guy is sniffly. “I’m fighting something off,” he says. “Me too,” I say. I wait a few days, till my hair comes out in clumps in the shower, then, as directed, I go back to a wig store on the West Side where they shave the rest of my hair and do the final fit for the wig. They don’t like to buzz you until the hair is really coming out. They say it’s too traumatic. When I get home, I take off my wig and all my clothes, and stand in front of a full-length mirror and check me out naked. I am quite astonishingly bald, but I am still dramatically girly: My waist goes in, almost everything else goes out. I look sort of sci-fi. On the Starship Enterprise, they would probably go for me in a big way. Space Tomato, I call me. Maybe I should take out a personals ad: Mature Woman Seeks Trekkie. Excerpt, ‘Cured, My Ovarian Cancer Story

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