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Weight Training Without Injury: Over 350 Step-by-Step Pictures Including What Not to Do!
by Fred Stellabotte and Rachel Straub, MS, CSCS
ISBN: 978-0996263818: (softcover)
published by Regalis Publishing, 2016

The exercise will never hurt you — only improper form causes injury. Master the essentials of proper weight training and be safe while performing the squat, lunge, leg press, lat pulldown, reverse fly, bench press, chest fly, shoulder press, shoulder raise, biceps curl, triceps extension, plank, and more! Stellabotte and Straub's mission is simple: to enable you to master proper form and prevent injury when lifting weights. This book blends 50 years' experience and success with current scientific research (referencing 90+ peer-reviewed publications). In a clear, organized, easy-to-follow format.

“The attention to detail is unparalleled among other texts in the field. If you were going to read and use only one book on weight training, this would be it!” 
—Christopher M. Powers, PT, PhD, FACSM, FAPTA, Professor, USC Division of Biokinesiology & Physical Therapy
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"I contacted Jill Ronsley as a potential editor for my book, seeking someone with experience in picture book design, as mine was extremely complicated. Jill was exceedingly thorough in describing the services she provides and accommodating of my schedule. Working with me for over 2 years, Jill guided me with everything from text editing to book interior design (with 370 photos of all shapes and sizes), cover work, selecting a printer, promotion, and finally to launch. Her work resulted in praise from experts in sports medicine, physical therapy, and professional bodybuilding. Regardless of your type of book, I assure you that if you choose Jill, she will far exceed your expectations as she has mine. She is honest, trustworthy, and a pleasure to work with. If I could award her a gold star, she would get 5!" —Rachel Straub, MS, CSCS

Visit the authors' website at Weight Training Without Injury. Available on Amazon.


The Green Foodprint: Food Choices for Healthy People and a Healthy Planet
by Linda Riebel, Ph. D.
ISBN: 978-0-9833051-1-8
published by Print and Pixel Books

Silver Award, Nautilus Book Awards 2013
Finalist, Next Generation Indie Book Awards 2011

Linda Riebel offers her readers a highly accessible and judgment-free book that helps newcomers to the world of sustainable food with easy-to-follow guidelines. Whether your motivation is saving the planet, improving your health, or just eating in line with your values, this book will help you get there.
—Michele Simon, JD, MPH, Author of Appetite for Profit: How the Food Industry Undermines Our Health and How to Fight Back

“Jill Ronsley did a superb job of laying out my book The Green Foodprint. A non-fiction work about food and the environment, it includes sections, sub-sections, vignettes, checklists, and pull quotes—formatting to the nth degree! The final product looks exactly the way I hoped it would. Jill was also responsive to questions, attentive to a myriad of details, and a pleasure to work with.” —Linda Riebel, Ph.D., author and publisher

Available from Amazon and other booksellers. 

Click here to view Linda Riebel's biography of an opera star,  Irene Dalis: Diva, Impresaria, Legend.

101 Ways to Get Fit by 50
by Regina M. Clark
ISBN: 978-0-9851385-1-6: (paperback)
ISBN: 978-0-9851385-2-3: (ebook)

This book is different from all the weight loss and fitness books you've read. While Regina Clark is an accomplished speaker and corporate trainer, she's not a professional athlete, nutritionist or doctor. Inspired by a milestone birthday, Regina pooled her resources, family support and cumulative wisdom of 50 years to become a triathlete. In sharing her story, Regina demonstrates how a real person can redefine his or her lifestyle to include fitness and have fun doing it. 101 Ways to Get Fit by 50 is full of great ideas that will motivate you to take better care of yourself.

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Training the Average Person to Be an Extraordinary Athlete
by Mike Gabor
illustrations by Rex Norman; photographs by Daphne Hougard
ISBN: 978-0-9852841-0-7: (soft cover)
978-0-615-57875-0: (eBook)
published by Mountain Paddler

Whether you're a beginner or you're athletic, this book will guide you in your physical training program. You will see that by starting small, continuing to build, being consistent and following some basic guidelines you will progress immensely. "When I started out, I only found very technical books. I would have appreciated a basic reference to help speed my progress," says Gabor. "This book, rooted in my personal experience, is that reference."

Available on Amazon.

"Jill's editing added clarity and refinement to my book. I wasn't sure I needed an editor until she sent me the first edited pages; then it was obvious that her work would make the book much more readable. Jill's creativity in the interior and cover design, seen through her great feel for placing photos, illustrations and tables, had unparalleled professionalism. Communication with Jill is always cheerful, professional and timely."
Mike Gabor


The Modern Manual of Acupuncture
by Tom S. Wen
ISBN: 978-3935508186

This book is for modern medically trained practitioners from various fields. It is also for anyone who wishes to study acupuncture and would like to know more about the core concepts of Traditional Chinese Medicine. It discusses the differentiation of syndromes and shows concisely how to form a correct acupuncture treatment plan. Throughout the book there is an emphasis on the use of modern medical language, medical terms and anatomical locations to make this medical art and science more accessible to the modern reader.

Available from Amazon.

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