Fitness and Nutrition Books

Friday, April 15, 2011

LL Cool J's Platinum Workout: Sculpt Your Best Body Ever with Hollywood's Fittest Star is one of my favorite books when I lost all my weight the last time I followed his nutrition guides and the whole walk around the out part of the store to eat the healthiest. I love this book it really motivated me. I think I'm gonna go back and reread it maybe it could get my butt in gear again!

The Pilates Body: The Ultimate At-Home Guide to Strengthening, Lengthening, and Toning Your Body--Without Machines has been an amazing book, it has taught me some of the pilates I do every week. I've learned to move through these moves without hurting myself. It's a must have in every collection.

My third favorite is Body for Life by Bill Phillips. It's been awhile since I've pulled this out but it was inspiring and really made me feel energetic and pumped to work out!
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    Yes Blaize he has a book, I had two copies, if I still have both I'll bring one with me to Vegas!!
    2625 days ago
    Ll Cool J has a workout!!!! I didn't know that! I have to look at it!! hehehehe
    2626 days ago
    I'm going to have to check these out, especially the LL Cool J book, which I've seen before, but never looked at, and the pilates book. I take pilates at my gym, but really ought to do more at home as well.

    Thanks for the great list!
    2626 days ago
    really? hmmm I may have to see if my library has LL Cool J's book and give it a flip. He is VERY sculpted so I guess he would know something about nutrition, but I honestly shrugged it off as a another celebrity product, but it might be worth a serious look.

    I also like your Pilates suggestion, I want to get better at that so maybe I should starting reading about it more.
    2626 days ago
    Great list!

    - Karen
    2627 days ago
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