Online bookseller the Book People is encouraging the UK public to change their dieting and exercising ways following the festive period by turning to keep fit books for help. The Book People have a wide selection of books to choose from, with everything from books on Pilates to Para fitness.
The Book People is one of the UK’s favourite book retailers and has won numerous awards throughout the years. Originally established in 1988 and specialising in children’s story books and fiction books, the Book People now has a wide and varied stock from cookery to keep fit books.
Lindsay Eyers of the Book People said: “The benefits of exercise have been well documented – it can cut the risk of serious illnesses such as diabetes and cancer, as well as reducing the risk of early death.
“At the Book People, we want to encourage everyone to get back into exercise in 2012 and you can use our superb collection of keep fit books to help.” The Book People has a number of ‘keep fit books, such as ‘Yoga Made Easy’ by Zest Magazine and Samantha Magee, who has years of experience as a teacher in many forms of yoga, including Bikram, Hatha and children’s yoga, as well as being a Reiki master. Whether readers are just starting out with yoga or have been practicing the discipline for years, this book can give you the guidance you need to learn all of the positions, breathing and meditation techniques required, all without even leaving the comfort of your own home.
Those that prefer a more light-hearted approach to exercise should look to another of the Book People’s favourite keep fit books, ‘Dance to the Musicals’ by Arlene Phillips. As the title suggests, this book teaches the reader dance routines to some of the West End’s most memorable numbers. By using the accompanying DVD and detailed photographs in the book, readers can get dancing to songs like ‘The Time of My Life’, ‘Mamma Mia’ and ‘Night Fever’. To learn more about the Book People’s favourite keep fit books, visit the official book store online.