Sports Health & Fitness Book of the Year 2019

  • Winner
    Running Life

    Drawing on her own experience, Dame Kelly guides you through how to harness your mind and reap the benefits of good food and exercise. She covers: Mindset: Change your mindset to reach emotional wellbeing with easy-to-follow mindfulness exercises. Fitn …

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    Running Up That Hill

    Vassos Alexander is hooked on running ultramarathons – through cities, over mountains and across countries. Running Up That Hill is a celebration of endurance running. Vassos recalls his own assaults on these gruelling races, along with ultra-running l …

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    Jog On: How Running Saved My Life

    Divorced and struggling with deep-rooted mental health problems, Bella Mackie ended her twenties in tears. Jog On explains with hilarious, unfiltered honesty how Bella used running to battle crippling anxiety and depression and, through a wealth of ins …

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    How To Ride A Bike

    How to Ride a Bike is a hard-working and compelling guide to becoming a fitter and faster cyclist, honing your skills and improving your stamina. This book brings together the technical, physical and mental aspects of cycling performance, using some of …

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    Dare to Tri

    What started out a as a fun television cycling stunt culminated in BBC Breakfast’s Louise Minchin wearing the colours of Great Britain at the World Triathlon Championships in her age group. This is the story of how a newly discovered sport became a pas …

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    Cooking for Fitness: Eat Smart, Train Better

    Rugby superstar James Haskell and UK’s top sports performance chef Omar Meziane – the man who cooked the England football team to success during the 2018 World Cup – have teamed up to create Cooking for Fitness, a unique recipe book to help boost train …

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