Meathead bridges scientific discoveries with athletic anecdotes to unravel the neuroscience of exercise for the jock, gym rat, and sports nut. This is one of few popular science books that strictly focuses on exercise and athletic performance at the level of the brain. This book also serves as inspirational reading for the “pre-determined” couch potato by showing how easy it is for the brain to positively crave exercise and the short- and long-term benefits of exercise for brain health and function. For athletes and coaches, this book provides unique perspectives for enhancing athletic performance and recovery.
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The first book to apply the latest scientific research to America’s favorite form of cooking, by the curator of the highly successful website Amazingribs.com, with 175 sure-fire recipes
Columbine. Dunblane. Virginia Tech. Winnenden. But Saint Patrick's High? In his first hour back from a six-month leave of absence, Detective Jacob Striker's day quickly turns into a nightmare. He is barely on scene five minutes at his daughter's high school when he encounters an Active Shooter situation. Three man wearing hockey masks have stormed the school with firearms and are killing indiscriminately. Striker takes immediate action. Within minutes, two of the gunmen are dead and But the last gunman, Red Mask, does something unexpected. He runs up to his fallen comrade, racks the shotgun, and unloads five rounds into the man, obliterating his face and hands. Before Striker can react, Red Mask flees - and escapes. Against the clock, Striker investigates the killings for which there is no known motive and no known suspect. Soon his investigation takes him to darker places, and the closer he gets to the truth, the more dangerous his world becomes. Until Striker himself is in the line of fire.
Big Inner City politics are notoriously corrupt! But are you aware of how deeply the widespread this corruption is? Transgressions: How one man survived Big Inner City Corruption This is the story of how Roger D. Griffin spent his life bumping up against the city's finest police: From having drugs strapped to his body with duct tape as a child and being slashed severly as it was razor-bladed off- to going "undercover" for a fraudulent FBI team to break up a very real V.A. fraud ring. Griffin experienced it all. The center piece of the damning evidence-an erotic audio tape of his children being assaulted at gun point with a police officer crowning proudly in the background during a crack party rave on the outskirts of the drama is a shadowy figure named "Timothy Bakersfield", a pseudonym for the man who will one day rise to the top. This novel is one man's quest to bring justice to those who harmed his children, and along the way combating others seeking to destroy his life and those he deeply loves. In the end, the audio tape gives us a "smoking gun" -Requiring a professionally developed forensic transcript in which the circuit court does not divulge the identity of the speaker. Griffin's tenacious courage lead you down the rough path of misplaced loyalty, greed, and hate to arrive miraculously on the other side intact and willing to carry on the pride. Mr. Timothy Bakersfield Remember my family I am back! No one is above the United States Constitution Supreme Court Federal Rules and Regulations!
Stochastic Optimization Algorithms have become essential tools in solving a wide range of difficult and critical optimization problems. Such methods are able to find the optimum solution of a problem with uncertain elements or to algorithmically incorporate uncertainty to solve a deterministic problem. They even succeed in fighting uncertainty with uncertainty. This book discusses theoretical aspects of many such algorithms and covers their application in various scientific fields.
In 1983, four friends were driving home from their junior prom when they made a wrong turn into a desolate industrial park. By the end of that traumatic night, they drove away with $4 million. It's now twenty years later, and the four friends -- a failed actor, a zookeeper, a gay punk rocker and a computer tycoon -- are meeting in Philadelphia to retrieve the money. Why did they hide the $4 million for two decades? Why are tensions high among the friends? And why is a scruffy, paunchy man in a trench coat tailing them?