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very interesting, but no references :(,
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I found the book very compelling. It's written well and I learnt a lot. I would be giving it 4/5 stars, but really, a book on the evidence that exercise is beneficial with no references to the actual research papers?
I think publishers need to update their thinking here. People want to be able to follow up the evidence, they know how to use pubmed etc. I want to follow up some of the ideas in the book, or go convince other people, but without the references I can't.
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Initial post: 25 May 2015, 16:55:29 BST
Dr Bruce Hoag says:
If you look up an author's name on Google, you'll be amazed what you can learn. ;-) Here's this author's web address: http://www.johnratey.com/.
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