As the harsh winter sweeps through the country, many Americans find themselves cooped up inside. With polar vortexes, snowstorms, and subzero temperatures, it can be hard, and even unsafe, to do too much outside. If you’re still working on having a healthy lifestyle, try decompressing after a long day with some of these new health and fitness titles coming out this year!
Dieting—Hungry Girl Simply Six
Want to make a handful of healthy meals with six ingredients or less? This book makes it easy. Written by New York Times Bestselling author Lisa Lillen, the book breaks down all the recipes into chapters by main ingredient. If you’re in a hurry, 59 recipes take you less than half an hour to cook, and 27 of those take you less than 15 minutes to cook, from start to finish. Don’t like cooking? Lillen included 18 no-cook recipes in this cookbook. The book’s release date is coming up soon! The book releases March 5th on Amazon and other online retailers.
Fitness—Yoga for Everyone: 50 Poses for Every Type of Body
Inflexible? Pregnant? Short? Usually, being any one of these things would make yoga nearly impossible for you. But this book, penned by Dianne Bondy, a yogi, and leader of the Yoga for All movement, makes yoga possible for everyone. The 50 poses contained within the covers of this book are ones that nearly everyone can do, with some level of modification. Want to try a traditional yoga sequence or series of poses? There are 10 different sequences Bondy included, all of which she modified from traditionally unattainable yoga flows. You can pick up this book on April 2 from Amazon.
Women’s Health—Bare: A 7-Week Program to Transform Your Body, Get More Energy, Feel Amazing, and Become the Bravest, Most Unstoppable Version of You
Our number one pick for new women’s health titles goes to this guide aimed at women who want to change their eating habits. Instead of just giving you a diet plan, Susan Hyatt, the author, treats overeating as part of a more significant problem–one characterized by stress and the way you think about your body. Want to add this book to your library? It releases on March 5 on Amazon and at book retailers everywhere.
Men’s Health—Man Up, Man Down: Standing Up to Suicide
Men’s mental health is a taboo topic in American society and popular culture. In Man Up, Man Down, author Paul McGregor addresses it head on and tells a tale of how he was able to recover after his father’s suicide. He also offers tips, like showing your emotions, getting help, and reaching out to people close to you who you feel are in danger, to young men in a similar situation. McGregor’s debut work releases on February 26 on Amazon and through other online retailers.
Mental Health—Outer Order, Inner Calm
If you’re like many Americans, de-cluttering and keeping your space clean aren’t easy things to do and contribute to a lot of stress! But with the cultural popularity of shows like “Tidying Up with Marie Kondo,” Americans are trying new ways to keep their spaces clean. In Outer Order, Inner Calm, Gretchen Rubin, the author, suggests a handful of different strategies for keeping your area organized and stress-free. Rubin also has a range of other titles, like the Happiness Project, that emphasize doing and preserving what makes you happy. Interested? This book is available on March 5 from Amazon.
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