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The following books are by Gary F. Zeolla, the director of Fitness for One and All. These books are available in hardcopy and/ or eBook formats. Click on the title link for further details, available formats, and purchasing information.



Note: I have several additional books available, but they are all of a strictly Christian nature. These are described on the books section of my Christian Darkness to Light Web site.

Starting and Progressing in Powerlifting: A Comprehensive Guide to the World's Strongest Sport

This 350 page book is geared towards the beginner to intermediate powerlifter, along with the person just thinking about getting into the sport. This book presents sound training, competition, dietary, and supplement advice to aid the reader in starting and progressing in the sport of powerlifting. It will also help the reader to wade through the maze of federations, divisions, and supportive gear now found in powerlifting.


  God-given Foods Eating Plan: For Lifelong Health, Optimization of Hormones, Improved Athletic Performance

The approach of this book is to study different foods and food groups, with a chapter devoted to each major classification of foods. First the Biblical evidence is considered, then the modern-day scientific research is reviewed. Foods are then classified as “God-given foods” and “non-God-given foods.” The main point will be a healthy eating plan is composed of a variety of God-given foods and avoids non-God-given foods.


Click for larger image  Creationist Diet: Nutrition and God-given Foods According to the Bible

What did God give to human beings for food? What does the Bible teach about diet and nutrition? How do the Biblical teachings on foods compare to scientific research on nutrition and degenerative disease like heart disease, cancer, and stroke? These and other questions are addressed in this book. Note: This book has been superseded by the above book.


  Overcoming Back Pain: A Mind-body Solution (Second Edition)

I powerlifted in college, but back pain forced me to stop lifting. Eventually, the back pain worsened to the point where I was crippled by it for six years. I tried various traditional and alternative treatments, but all to no avail. But then by utilizing mind-body techniques I was able to completely overcome the back pain, so much so that I was able to start powerlifting again.


  

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