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For all those city slickers who romanticize wilderness exploration and dream of living off the land and showing nature who’s boss, Bushcraft 101 is an important resource. It’s packed with the vital dos and don’ts of wilderness survival and will prepare you to enjoy nature’s grandeur and the thrill of survival. This book is an essential guide for newcomers to bush life and a useful reference for the more seasoned outdoorsmen looking to hone their bushcraft.

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What are the limits of endurance? And is it the body or the mind that sets those limits? In Endure, athlete and scientist Alex Hutchinson travels the globe and interviews hundreds of sports scientists, coaches, and athletes to explore how the brain and body work together to set limits on our endurance—and how those limits can be broken.

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When we think of traumatic incidents, we think of near-fatal car accidents and natural disasters. But there is a demographic that is also unknowingly suffering from the effects of trauma: athletes. Placed in high-pressure, sometimes dangerous situations, athletes often endure physical and emotional traumas that wreck performance on a consistent basis. This Is Your Brain on Sports explores the issue of trauma and what can be done about it. It’s useful not just for athletes and coaches, but for anyone who is looking to understand how trauma works.


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