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Exercise Science

Covers health and fitness topics, such as nutrition, exercise, sleep, and avoiding harmful substances, like drugs, etc.

Explore the Library's book resources - both print and electronic - on this page. If you need a material which the Library does not have, try using inter-library loan. Find more information on this service below.

Search the Library's Catalog

Looking for something? Try searching the Library's online catalog! This works best when you'd like to find a physical item (e.g., book, DVD, etc.). If you are looking for a digital item, please use OneSearch or other Library databases.

eBooks from the Library

Print Books at the Library

Stretching Anatomy

By Arnold G. Nelson, Call Number: Redwood QM151 .N45 2021

Your Brain on Exercise

By Gary Lee Wenk, Call Number: Redwood QP376 .W465 2021

Every body yoga : let go of fear, get on the mat, love your body

By Jessamyn Stanley, Call Number: Redwood RA781.7 .S723 2017

Superfoods : cultural and scientific perspectives

Edited by Jeffrey P. Miller, Charlene Van Buiten, Call Number: Miller RA784 .M55 2022

Syringe exchange programs and the opioid epidemic : government and nonprofit practices and policies

Edited by Joaquin Jay Gonzalez III, Mickey P. McGee, Call Number: Redwood RC568.O45 S97 2022

Sports injuries : your questions answered

By James H. Johnson, Call Number: Redwood RD97 .J64 2021

Exercised : why something we never evolved to do is healthy and rewarding

By Daniel E. Lieberman, Call Number: Redwood QP301 .L628 2020

Course Reserve Books

Reserve books can be checked out for one, four, or seven days depending on the item. You can check them out from the circulation desk at each campus Library. Contact the Library to ask about course reserve text availability.

Inter-Library Loan

Pro Tip: If the Library doesn't have the book or article that you need, try requesting it through inter-library loan (ILL). ILL allows you borrow items from other libraries, even those that are out of state. 

Get started by creating a free account with Illiad by choosing "First Time Users." You'll only need to do this the first time you request an item. Then fill out the request form for the item you would like to borrow.

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