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Pam LeBlanc
pleblanc@statesman.com

Editor’s note: This article was originally published February 27, 2014

Time to clear off my desk, people.

If you want any of the (brand new) books listed below, post a comment, telling me why I should give it to you. Best answer wins. I’ll choose winners in a week or so.

Here’s what’s up for grabs this time:

  • “The Big Picture: 11 Laws that Will Change Your Life,” by Tony Horton (creator of the P90X workout program)
  • “In the Zone: How to Get Over Your Obstacles and Succeed,” by Mark Crear (Olympic track medalist)
  • “Anatomy of Strength & Conditioning: A Trainer’s Guide to Building Strength and Stamina,” by Hollis Lance Liebman
  • “Thinner This Year: A Diet and Exercise Program for Living Strong, Fit and Sexy,” by Chris Crowley and Jen Sacheck
  • “Super Immunity,” by Joel Fuhrman
  • “Your Personal Paleo Code,” by Chris Kresser
  • “Every Day is Game day,” by Mark Verstegen
  • “The New Atkins Made Easy,” by Colette Heimowitz
  • “Super Shred Diet: 4 Weeks, 20 Pounds, Lose It Faster!” by Ian K. Smith
  • “Life is a Wheel: Love, Death, Etc., and a Bike Ride Across America,” by Bruce Weber
  • “Nano Workouts: Get in Shape and Lose Weight During Everyday Activities,” by Joakim Christoffersson
  • “Fifty Bicycles That Changed the World,” by Design Museum