Pressing Reset, Original Strength Reloaded
Your body has a reset button. The fact is, you were created to move! You were also created to be strong enough to do what you need and want to do. After your years of playing then sitting and whatever you do, your body changed. Original Strength teaches you how to PRESS RESET and help your body once again remember how to move, find hope, and share joy with those you love and truly care about. Pressing Reset, Original Strength Reloaded is about restoring your body's abilities the same way you did the first time you learned to walk. Now is the time to restore your Original Strength to do everything you do in life BETTER!
$14.84Original Strength Restoration: Returning to the Original You
Do you remember when you were a child, with an endless supply of energy? Remember when you could eat pretty much anything you wanted and were constantly moving? Chances are, when you were growing up, you were active all day long. You played till you were called home, you ate almost anything and you laughed all the time. At bedtime, you still had enough energy to supply a small town and life was filled with joy. What if there were some things you were never supposed to outgrow? What if you were meant to always have enough energy to power a locomotive? What if you were supposed to be able to eat any food without fear or guilt? What if your mind and body felt so good you always had a positive body image? Somewhere along the way, you have settled for the notion that children are childish and you should put away childish things once you became an adult. You stopped playing, moving and laughing like you use to. You grew up and grew old, got slow, unhappy, obese, fearful, depressed and lifeless. But, here's the truth: YOU were never meant to 'grow up' or 'grow old'! This book will help you restore the body you were meant to have. It starts simply; you choose to believe YOU CAN! Then we will help you press reset to your original operating system and remember how to move again.
$9.66The Dirty War on Syria
The Dirty War on Syria has relied on a level of mass disinformation not seen in living memory. In seeking regime change the big powers sought to hide their hand, using proxy armies of Islamists , demonising the Syrian Government and constantly accusing it of atrocities. In this way Syrian President Bashar al Assad, a mild-mannered eye doctor, became the new evil in the world. The popular myths of this dirty war that it is a civil war , a popular revolt or a sectarian conflict hide a murderous spree of regime change across the region. The attack on Syria was a necessary consequence of Washington s ambition, stated openly in 2006, to create a New Middle East . After the destruction of Afghanistan, Iraq and Libya, Syria was next in line. Five years into this war the evidence is quite clear and must be set out in detail. The terrible massacres were mostly committed by the western backed jihadists, then blamed on the Syrian Army. The western media and many western NGOs parroted the official line. Their sources were almost invariably those allied to the jihadists . Contrary to the myth that the big powers now have their own war on terror , those same powers have backed every single anti-government armed group in Syria, terrorists in any other context, adding thousands of jihadis from dozens of countries. Yet in Syria this dirty war has confronted a disciplined national army which did not disintegrate along sectarian lines. Despite terrible destruction and loss of life, Syria has survived, deepening its alliance with Russia, Iran, the Lebanese Resistance, the secular Palestinians and, more recently, with Iraq. The tide has turned against Washington, and that will have implications beyond Syria. As western peoples we have been particularly deceived by this dirty war, reverting to our worst traditions of intervention, racial prejudice and poor reflection on our own histories. This book tries to tell its story while rescuing some of the better western traditions: the use of reason, ethical principle and the search for independent evidence.
$18.36Pressing Reset: Original Strength Reloaded
Your body has a reset button. The fact is, you were created to move! You were also created to be strong enough to do what you need and want to do. After your years of playing then sitting and whatever you do, your body changed. Original Strength teaches you how to PRESS RESET and help your body once again remember how to move, find hope, and share joy with those you love and truly care about. Pressing Reset, Original Strength Reloaded is about restoring your body's abilities the same way you did the first time you learned to walk. Now is the time to restore your Original Strength to do everything you do in life BETTER!Nanban: Japanese Soul Food
Ramen, gyoza, fried chicken, udon, pork belly buns, and other boldly flavored, stick-to-your ribs dishes comprise Southern Japanese soul food. The antidote to typical refined restaurant fare, this hearty comfort food has become popular in the US as street food and in ramen bars. In a unique package that includes a cool exposed binding, Nanban brings home cooks the best of these crave-inducing treats. From pungent kimchi to three types of Japanese fried chicken, and with a primer on Japanese ingredients and substitutions, Nanban is the perfect cookbook for any lover of Asian food.
When you were a child, you had an amazingly strong, resilient and healthy body. The body you built through movement during the first several years of your life was meant to be the foundation from which you would continue to add strength, power and resiliency. Your body was meant to be strong, graceful, powerful, fluid, mobile and resilient. You were never meant to be broken, weak, fragile, stiff or injured. You were never meant to just "fall apart" with age. You are supposed to be able to conquer mountains, and even playgrounds, well into your golden years. You are supposed to enjoy this life with vitality. But, many of us do not. Many of us are just watching life go by. We have lost our way. We have lost our foundation. Our sedentary lifestyles have robbed us of the foundation and the joy of movement that we built as children. Because of this, we have lost our strength, our health, our resiliency and our vitality. Thankfully, we were indeed made to move. Through movement, specific movements, we can regain our foundation of strength, our foundation of health. We can become the strong, powerful, and graceful bodies that we were meant to be. We can enjoy this life with vitality. We don't have to be spectators, merely existing. We were made for adventure, for life! We can regain our Original Strength - our foundation. We can help our bodies remember how to move again and in doing so, we can become strong, healthy and resilient; like we were meant to be. We invite you to join us and regain the body you were always meant to have: A body capable of enjoying life.
Book by Anderson, Tim, McNiff, Mike
$74.99Sweet Tooth: A Memoir
2015 International Book Awards Winner in Non-Fiction: Gay & Lesbian“A gifted writer, Anderson is...delightful in his irreverence, and astutely aware of himself and his particular perspective. His observations are often laugh-out-loud funny and will leave readers with the desire to...keep turning the pages...” —Publishers Weekly review for Anderson, author of Tune in Tokyo and Sweet Tooth What’s a sweets-loving young boy growing up gay in North Carolina in the eighties supposed to think when he’s diagnosed with type 1 diabetes? That God is punishing him, naturally.This was, after all, when Jesse Helms was his senator, AIDS was still the boogeyman, and no one was saying, “It gets better.” And if stealing a copy of an x-rated magazine from the newsagent was a sin, then surely what the guys inside were doing to one another was much worse.Sweet Tooth is Tim Anderson’s uproarious memoir of life after his hormones and blood sugar both went berserk at the age of fifteen. With Morrissey and The Smiths as the soundtrack, Anderson self-deprecatingly recalls love affairs with vests and donuts, first crushes, coming out, and inaugural trips to gay bars. What emerges is the story of a young man trying to build a future that won’t involve crippling loneliness or losing a foot to his disease—and maybe even one that, no matter how unpredictable, can still be pretty sweet.
$7.56Cherokee: A Novel
In the Smoky Mountains of eastern Tennessee, there lived a very spiritual nation of hunters, farmers, warriors, healers and highly-skilled craftsmen. They called themselves the “Ani-Yunwiya,” and are known by us today as the Cherokee. Meet the members of a close-knit Cherokee family, a friendly trader from an unfriendly tribe, and an eccentric recluse who’s troubled by his past. See the lifestyles and experience the adventures of these ancient people in this heartwarming tale of loyalty, survival and redemption. Contains over forty illustrations, sketched by the author.
$8.49The Hope of Movement
Our bodies were designed to heal themselves. When we get cut, the wound clots and begins to heal. The body moves to heal itself. When we get sick, our immune system kicks in to defeat the germ and heal us. The body moves to heal itself. When we experience an injury caused by a movement issue, or movement limitation, we should be able to heal from that. If we have a "bad back", or "bad knee", our body is designed to fix it through movement. The body should be able to move to heal itself. We were designed to be whole. And we were designed to heal when we become less than whole. This is The Hope of Movement.