Workout warriors and couch potatoes alike will benefit from Jordan D. Metzel, M.D.’s knowledge in The Athlete’s Book of Home Remedies: 1,001 Doctor-Approved Health Fixes and Injury-Prevention Secrets for a Leaner, Fitter, More Athletic Body! An encyclopedia of effective, at-home treatments for strain, pain and other ailments, this book is a one-stop-shop for ways to prevent (and treat) sports injuries.
Broken down in to five easy-to-read sections, the book covers each area of the body in nine detailed sections. Move on to annoying sports maladies like athlete’s foot, bruising and chafing, and then get at-home iron strength workouts—plus a foolproof eating guide for what to eat before and after a workout.
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So tell us, what do you do to prevent workout injuries?