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20 reads for a better life!

20 Books For A Better Life!

Did you start the year promising to take better care of your physical and mental wellbeing? Then here are some great books to help keep you motivated on days when your willpower dips a little.

  1. This book could save your life: the real science of living longer better / Graham Lawton
  2. 4 steps: to a happier, healthier you: the new guide from TV’s Tess Daly 
  3. Supercharge your diet: ten easy ways to get everything you need from your food / Sam Rice.
  4. The expectation effect: how your mindset can transform your life / David Robson.
  5. The Noom mindset: learn the science, lose the weight.
  6. The lazy person’s guide to exercise: over 40 toning flexercises to do from your bed, couch or while you wait / Susan Elizabeth Clark.
  7. Love your sober year: a seasonal guide to alcohol-free living / Kate Baily, Mandy Manners.
  8. Your health in your hands / Emeka Okorocha.
  9. The furious method: the Sunday Times bestselling guide to a healthier body & mind / Tyson Fury.
  10. Intelligent fitness: the smart way to reboot your body and get in shape / foreword by Daniel Craig/ Simon Waterson
  11. 15-minute stretch: four 15-minute workouts for flexibility, posture, and strength / Suzanne Martin.
  12. 7 steps to strong: get fit, boost your mood, kick start your confidence / Lisa Lanceford.
  13. Rise and shine: how to transform your life, morning by morning / Kate Oliver, Toby Oliver.
  14. Fitter, calmer, stronger / Ellie Goulding.
  15. The Whitlock workout : get fit and healthy in minutes / Max Whitlock
  16. Younger, fitter, stronger: the revolutionary 8-week fitness plan for men / Matt Roberts.
  17. The essential guide to women’s fitness in 15 minutes.
  18. Tom’s daily ritual : never feel hungry, never feel tired, in 7 transformative habits / Tom Daley.
  19. Are you really OK? / Roman Kemp with Susanna Galton.
  20. Wellmania / Brigid Delaney.

We’ve got all of these titles and so many more in our libraries, search or ask a member of library staff to help you choose your next read.

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