Roscoe Millan

 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 82% (14 of 17)
Location: Scotland, UK

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 1,048,583 - Total Helpful Votes: 14 of 17
Ageless Spine, Lasting Health: The Open Secret to &hellip by Kathleen Porter
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Good to know, 3 Feb 2012
This book is relatively simple - i mean this in a good way. It provides so much basic advice that people should just know, but don't. Through this you can relearn posture and positioning and gain the benefits from this. Interesting comparisons are made as well, especially to indigenous and native groups who have been subject to less modern habits.

Definitely a book you should read as it contains information you need to know or be aware of.
The Royal Geographical Society's Expedition Handbo&hellip by Shane Winser
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Basic, common sense, 3 Feb 2012
I thought this would provide more specific advise but is very general, and most of the information is common sense. Definitely is not a specialist book, and a few minutes on the internet could provide you with more in-depth expedition advice.
The Kettlebell Bible: A Total Gym in the Palm of Y&hellip by Stanley Pike
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
I previously left a negative review but felt I was too harsh. I think there is a lot of good information contained in this book - the only thing that lets it down is the layout and sheer amount of technical information, which can be a bit confusing. But I think if you can filter through it you will learn a lot. It also presents a lot of different exercises with detailed descriptions so if you don't take anything else away, you will have a good resource for exercises and how to perform them correctly.