Fit to Fight by Jason Feruggia THIS POST CAN BE SEE IN Issue #009 VIEW NOW >

Jason is a self promoting mastermind, if his writing was half as good as his marketing I probably would have really enjoyed this book. The book promises "an insanely effective strength and conditioning program for the ultimate mma warrior" but delivers a lukewarm hodgepodge of run of the mill training exercises, oversimplified discussions of complicated subjects like aerobic vs. anaerobic training, and way too much in the way of stories about Jason.

Primal Blueprint - by Mark Sisson THIS POST CAN BE SEE IN Issue #001 VIEW NOW >

In Primal Blueprint, Mark Sisson puts together a complete exercise and diet blueprint. Over the years I have tried just about every performance based diet and strategy out there, but this plan is one that you can live with for the long haul.

Gracie Jiu-Jitsu - By Helio Gracie THIS POST CAN BE SEE IN Issue #002 VIEW NOW >

In Gracie Jiu-Jitsu, Grand Master Helio Gracie shares his personal history, as well as the history of Gracie Jiu-Jitsu, Jiu-Jitsu techniques, and some information on the Gracie diet.

The first section covers the history of the development of Gracie Jiu-Jitsu, how Jiu-Jitsu arrived in Brazil, and some vintage photographs.
The Full Plate Diet THIS POST CAN BE SEE IN Issue #004 VIEW NOW >

Don't think about the Full Plate Diet as a temporary fix to your eating problems, it really is a long term change to the way you eat. The basic premise behind the book is that fiber is essential to good health, we don't get enough of it, and it is relatively easy to add more to your diet.