Best Ice Skating & Figure Skating Books
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1. The Essential Keto Diet for Beginners #2019: 5-Ingredient Affordable, Quick & Easy Ketogenic Recipes | Lose Weight, Lower Cholesterol & Reverse Diabetes | 21-Day Keto Meal Plan
Author: by Dr. Suzy Shaw
Kickstart Keto with this #1 best seller! In this new 2021 edition, you’ll find… Affordable ingredients: save money with budget friendly meals. 5-ingredients or less: cut expensive and hard to find ingredients. Easy to find ingredients: find recipe ingredients easily online and at your local grocery store.
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Everyone, even Amazon, knows that keto is confusing, especially if you love splurging on junk food!So… This best-selling ‘go-to’ keto diet resource will teach you how to not only start, but love, keto. Featuring an easily digestible keto guide, meal plan, shopping lists and pages upon pages of award-winning recipes, from breakfast, brunch and lunch through to snacks, side dishes and desserts, you’ll smash your weight loss goal in the most affordable, quick and easy way possible…
2. BLACKSTONE Outdoor Gas Griddle Cookbook: 300 Flavorful Recipes for Epic BBQs | Tips for Beginners and Pros
Author: by Jack Montoya
OUTDOOR COOKING AT ITS BEST! Discover Everything You Need To Know About Blackstone Outdoor Gas Griddle & Master Your Grilling! Looking for a Blackstone griddle cookbook with easy-to-make recipes? Need to learn more about how Blackstone gas griddle can help you cook faster and tastier?
Want a cookbook guide to help you make mouth-watering meals for your friends? The “BLACKSTONE Outdoor Gas Griddle Cookbook: 300 Flavorful Recipes For Epic BBQs” By Jack Montoya – is an Easy-To-Follow Cooking Book That Will definetly Help You Master Your Grilling!
Nothing can compare to heating the outdoor gas griddle in your backyard and grilling tasty snacks and meals for your loved ones! This cookbook offers fantastic recipes and helpful tips to ensure that you will unlock your Blackstone griddle’s full potential and will never run out of meal ideas for your future barbeque gatherings.
By the end of this recipe book, you will be able to: Understand How Blackstone Outdoor Gas Griddle Works and Its Benefits Access Useful Info About Its Cleaning & Maintenance Needs Learn How To Use Its Tools Cook Every Meal You Desire Steam & Smoke like a Pro Discover Interesting Tricks & Advice To Quick Start Your Grilling JourneyAnd The Best Part?
3. Mind Gym: An Athlete's Guide to Inner Excellence
Author: by Gary Mack
June 24, 2002
Praise for Mind Gym”Believing in yourself is paramount to success for any athlete. Gary’s lessons and David’s writing provide examples of the importance of the mental game.”-Ben Crenshaw, two-time Masters champion and former Ryder Cup captain”Mind Gym hits a home run.
If you want to build mental muscle for the major leagues, read this book.”-Ken Griffey Jr., Major League Baseball MVP”I read Mind Gym on my way to the Sydney Olympics and really got a lot out of it.
Gary has important lessons to teach, and you’ll find the exercises fun and beneficial.”-Jason Kidd, NBA All-Star and Olympic gold-medal winnerIn Mind Gym, noted sports psychology consultant Gary Mack explains how your mind influences your performance on the field or on the court as much as your physical skill does, if not more so.
Through forty accessible lessons and inspirational anecdotes from prominent athletes-many of whom he has worked with-you will learn the same techniques and exercises Mack uses to help elite athletes build mental “muscle.” Mind Gym will give you the “head edge” over the competition.
4. How to Win the Gold Medal in Pajamas: Mental Toughness for Kids (Grow Grit Series)
Author: by Kobe Nhin
Did you know you can win the Olympic Gold Medal… At home in your pajamas?! Find out how in this exciting book just for kids! In this interactive book, MJ and her friends show us the power of visualization, the art of using mental imagery and affirmation to produce positive changes in our lives, and how we can practice it anywhere, anytime, even at home in our pajamas.
The Best Sports Book for Kids in Swimming, Basketball, Gymnastics, Track and Field, Snowbaording, Skiing, and More! Give your child the gift of mental toughness at an early age, empowering them with confidence, grit, and a growth mindset with this profoundly powerful resource.
The groundbreaking children’s book introduces 5 mental toughness skills to overcome obstacles and achieve goals. Whether you read it for inspiration and empowerment or to achieve specific goals, this groundbreaking work will help children develop strong mental health and grit, a crucial life skill.
Empowers your child with the knowledge and skill set to embrace challenges. How to Win the Gold Medal in Pajamas teaches positive self talk skills, encourages imagery, and cultivates intrinsic motivation by goal setting. The how-to guide breaks down goal setting to 3 components: Process, Performance, and Outcome Goals.
5. Little Girls in Pretty Boxes: The Making and Breaking of Elite Gymnasts and Figure Skaters
Author: by Joan Ryan
Grand Central Publishing
Welcome to the world of women’s gymnastics and figure skating-the real world that happens away from the cameras, at the training camps and in the private lives of these talented teenage competitors. From starvation diets and debilitating injuries to the brutal tactics of tyrannical gymnastics guru Bla Krolyi, Little Girls in Pretty Boxes portrays the horrors endured by girls at the hands of their coaches and sometimes their own families-and is now updated with a new introduction and foreword that address the sexual abuse scandal perpetrated by USA Gymnastics national team doctor, Larry Nassar.
This groundbreaking book shows how a longstanding culture of abuse made young gymnasts perfect targets for a sexual predator, and continues to plead for sanity, safety, and an end to our national obsession: winning at any cost.
6. The Edge of Glory
Author: by M.J. Parisian
What do you do when your whole life changes with a single word? Natalie Bishop is having a horrible year. Worst-case-scenario kind of horrible, and her only goal is to stay under the radar and maintain her quiet life without getting knocked down again.
So when her best friend challenges her to a year of saying yes to everything, Natalie’s life turns upside down. Almost immediately, saying yes creates exciting opportunities for her, but it also threatens to alter her life completely. Set in the world of competitive figure skating, Natalie’s story gives us an inside look at coaching skaters at all levels, on and off the ice.
Will the lessons she learns about herself help the skaters and the future of the skating program, or will her choices threaten to hurt everyone involved?
7. My Sergei: A Love Story
Author: by Ekaterina Gordeeva
The Olympic gold medalist offers a poignant, loving account of her life with her long-time partner and beloved husband, Sergei Grinkov, from their first introduction and successive world pairs skating championships, to their storybook romance and marriage, to the fatal heart attack that took Sergei’s life.
8. Alexandra Trusova. The Girl Who Fights Gravity: And Changes the World of Woman's Figure Skating
Author: by Elena Zotova
Figure skating is an incredibly beautiful and at the same time incredibly competitive sport. Every year tens of thousands of kids come to sports sections but only few of them reach the top. What is the path that a young figure skater and their parents have to go?
How do kids from small towns get into the capital sport clubs? What is there behind the victories in international competitions? What does success depend on – working with distinguished coaches or the character itself? What is the price of medals?
This is a true story of Alexandra Trusova. The girl who has made her way from the children’s figure skating section to the podiums of the European and World Championships. The strongest figure skater in the world with an incredibly complex set of Ultra C elements.
The figure skater who opened a new era of quadruple jumps in women’s single skating. Here you will learn everything about modern figure skating seen through the eyes of Alexandra’s parents, her coaches and the athlete herself. You’ll learn about the way up and everything that is usually behind the scenes of this truly ultra-competitive sport.A Compelling Read!
9. The Complete Book of Figure Skating
Author: by Carole Shulman
Many instructional books have been written about figure skating.Some are very good. Others are outdated. None, however, has been complete. The Complete Book of Figure Skating finally fills that void. Author Carole Shulman is a former elite competitive skater, a Master PSA instructor, a professional figure skating judge, and the current executive director of the Professional Skaters Association.
She provides most comprehensive, up-to-date book available on skating covering proven techniques and training methods for skills performed at all levels and in all disciplines including singles, pairs, ice dancing, and synchronized team skating. The Complete Book of Figure Skating starts at the beginningsitting on the ice and then learning to move across the frozen surface with increasing speed, style, and grace.
The chapters build in difficulty, covering steps, spins, jumps, and lifts. From stopping to spinning to quad jumps, each skill builds on the previous skills as this complete manual guides you through the skill levels of figure skating. Providing straightforward advice on how to select a specialty, choose proper equipment, condition off the ice, and manage nutritionthe book also describes the proper technique for more than 100 skills, presented progressively from beginning to advanced levels of expertise: Stops and stroking skills- Freestyle moves- Turns and footwork (including ice-dancing techniques)- Spins- Jumps- PairsFor each skill you’ll find a clear description with introductory or preparatory steps, followed by a detailed technical explanation to enhance your understanding and training.
10. Conditioning for Figure Skating: Off-Ice Techniques for On-Ice Performance
Author: by Carl Poe
To be the best on the rink, skaters must spend endless hours strengthening and conditioning their bodies off the ice to build strength for the rigors of their performances. Illustrative and technical, yet user-friendly, Conditioning for Figure Skating provides detailed coverage of the physical preparation necessary for Preliminary through Senior-Elite skaters while concentrating on all disciplines of figure skating, including singles, pairs, and ice dance.
More than 300 photos illustrate proper warm-up drills, flexibility stretches, cooldown routines, strength training exercises, jump and plyometric training programs, and endurance conditioning exercises for on-ice injury prevention. A periodization plan also helps skaters maximize their training potential.
11. Tessa & Scott: Our Journey from Childhood Dream to Gold
Author: by Tessa Virtue
Now updated and expanded with a new introduction, over 100 dazzling new photographs, and three all-new chapters covering the pair’s stunning performances at the Sochi and PyeongChang Olympic Games and beyond. Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir, the world’s most decorated ice dancing duo, share the incredible and inspiring story of their path to gold.
From the pair’s early competitions and their history-making gold medal performance at the 2010 Winter Games that established them as icons of the sport, to their spellbinding and record-setting performance at the 2018 PyeongChang Olympics, this beautifully illustrated book is as much a spectacular visual history as it is a behind-the-scenes look at the ascent of two of the world’s premier athletes.
This new edition of Tessa & Scott: Our Journey from Childhood Dream to Gold contains never-before-published personal photographs and tells for the first time the full story of Tessa and Scott’s post-2010 career, including their medal-winning appearances at the 2014 and 2018 Winter Olympics.
12. The Mystery on the Iditarod Trail (8) (Real Kids Real Places)
Author: by Carole Marsh
Carole Marsh Mysteries
Four real (cold) kids head north to Alaska (where else? Just in time for the famous Iditarod Trial dogsled race! They discover themselves in hot pursuit of a runaway team with a renegade musher? In a snowbank of clues about a mystery that needs solving VERY FAST!
All you got to do is dig through some very old Gold Rush history, but hurry lives are depending on you!On, you huskies! LOOK what’s in this mystery – people, places, history, and more! Alaskan geography Information on California and Klondike gold rushes Gold Dust Soup Story of Balto and the beginning of the Iditarod Dressing for the Alaskan weather Siberian huskies How to feed sled dogs Moose Dogs and antifreeze Information on the Iditarod race- racing vocabulary, sled dog alignment, how to drive a sled, supplies needed, and training Mail on the Iditarod Prizes for Iditarod winner and Iditarod finishers Changing location of Iditarod race Widow’s Lantern and historical lantern use Gold Rush Hotel Burled Arch, Nome, AK Eagle River, AK Skwentna, AK Ruby, AK Nulato, AK.
13. The Rise of the Ultra Runners, Running Up That Hill, Eat And Run 3 Books Collection Set
Author: by Adharanand Finn
Please Note That The Following Individual Books As Per Original ISBN and Cover Image In this Listing shall be Dispatched Collectively: The Lost Art of Running, Running Up That Hill, Eat And Run 3 Books Collection Set: The Lost Art of Running: Part narrative, part practical, this adventure takes you to the foothills of Ethiopia and the ‘town of runners’; to the training grounds of world record holding marathon runners in Kenya; racing across the Arctic Circle and the mountains of Europe, through the sweltering sands of the Sahara and the hostility of a winter traverse of the Pennine Way, to witness the incredible natural movement of runners in these environments.
Running Up That Hill: Running Up That Hill is a celebration of endurance running. Of running ridiculous distances – through cities, over mountains and across countries. Distances most people couldn’t even imagine. But sports presenter Vassos Alexander is hooked! Why else would he run an ultra in Paris, backwards, having missed the start?