If something is on this page I made it myself, or I own it and love it.
These are all books I’ve written myself.
I wrote No Equipment No Excuses. Bodyweight training has been a huge part of my transformation in the way I train and look. Combine that and the need for exercise to be accessible to everyone, and this ebook was born. There is over 100 exercises you can do in your living room, no equipment needed. 66 easy to follow workouts, with links back to each exercise for reference. Specific workouts for knee pain, posture correction, upper and lower body, increasing your jump, ab and bum. 6-10 Week plans ranging from beginners to the very advanced. Click here to find out more.
The Ultimate Self Massage Guide will show you how to treat your own pain with a tennis ball and a foam roller. You can manage your own issues, prevent them for getting worse, and stop paying a ton of money to physios and massage therapists for a job you can largely do yourself. If you suffer from any muscle aches or pains, this book can teach you how to get rid of them. For each muscle you will be explained in detail the WHAT, WHY and HOW. This will enable you to become totally self sufficient in treating your pain and have complete control over your body.
Fix Tight Hip Flexors is an at home program I wrote myself. It's $3.59 in the amazon kindle store. This book will take your through four key steps to ensure that you get rid of your tight hip flexors and keep them loose. The reasons may not be as simple as you think as this complex group of muscles does a lot of work in every day tasks. Bad posture, repetitive movements and weak muscles will also contribute to your issues. Included are key stretches to release the hip flexors. Self massage on important areas to get a deeper release. Exercises that will take your hip flexors through a dynamic range of motion and stretch them actively. Postural exercises that will retrain your body so your hip flexors aren't working when they shouldn't. Check it out here.
Start Smart is a great guide for beginners to get started in their own home. The truth is fitness doesn’t need to kill you to be effective. You need to build a consistent habit, eat correctly for your body and move more than you probably do, but the actual working out shouldn’t be sending you to the doctor’s office or making you vomit. You can get fantastic results from a small amount of smart work. If you have never lifted a weight or gone for a run before, this is the book for you. Grab it for under $3.59 on Amazon.
Tennis Ball Self Massage gives you a quick rundown on how to release your body with a tennis ball. If you can't afford the Ultimate Self Massge Guide, this will teach you how to attack most muscles in your body. Although you won't the the anatomy lessons and foam roller options, for 99 cents this is an absolute bargain.
Stuff I love
These are books or products that I own and swear by.
The Grid trigger point roller is my favourite foal roller. I own a green one and use it everyday. It's firm thanks to the inner roller, with a small layer of foam. It is designed to be durable and withstand constant, heavy, and repeated use without breaking down. I love to travel with it, as it is hollow I can fit it in my suitcase much easier than a regular foam roller.
Lacrosse balls are a great option to use if you want a bit more pressure than a tennis ball. They are cheap and you can grab them off amazon. Works great for massaging out trigger points/muscle knots and does wonders for back pain.
The Black Foam Roller is a very high density foam roller that is inexpensive and will last you a long time. I had one of these before the trigger point roller and still own it and use it. The 12 inch length roller is long enough.
Flexible Fat Loss is the only nutrition book I will recommend. It teaches you a healthy lifestyle and how to have a good relationship with food. Not to mention the fat will fall off you while you can eat the foods you like. I personally recommend it, I bought it myself and follow it. Oh and it's actually three books in one.
The Supplement Guide is the bible of supplements. It runs through objective research on each supplement and will ensure you know if you are wasting money or buying something useful. Not only that, it will take you through common ailments and goals to discover what will effectively help you. You can grab the full stack or find the book on the goal you need.
The Power of Habit is an enlightening book that really helped open my mind to changing habits and how to apply that to fitness and nutrition. If you are struggling to get out of a cycle, take a look at this.
- How To Start A Fitness Blog: My guide on starting a fitness blog. You need to have your own domain and it is sometimes pretty hard to set up, I take you step by step through that. If you need any other help, just email me!
- Bluehost: The host that I use. A host is like buying land, you need it in the internet world. These guys are good and have great customer service.
- Aweber: My email list peeps. Happy with them, delivery rates are good and they are super professional.
- Ejunkie: This is the company I use to sell my ebooks and digital products. Very cheap and very professional. I have not had one delivery problem and cannot recommend them any higher.