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Take control of your health and wellbeing with the book that was written with you in mind.

“This book gives you the knowledge you need to build your own personal health and fitness plan – one that works with the life you lead. So run, jump or dive right in, and find out how to become your own health guru.”
– Dr Nic Gill

Health Your Self is a practical, fresh-thinking health guide from the All Blacks’ strength and conditioning coach, Dr Nic Gill.

In this timely response to troubling health trends and the overwhelming demands of our ever-busy lives, Nic tackles many of the missteps and misconceptions we encounter in an average day, offering

- empowering advice
- health hacks
- case studies
- real-life stories
- exercises
- recipes

Incorporating a ton of health, nutrition and scientific know-how, Health Your Self ditches fads and instead provides common-sense and practical solutions. It’s a book that myth-busts, motivates and will get you moving.

Health Your Self makes achieving a healthier, happier life just that little bit easier.


Gill deals with the misconceptions and plain bad advice in this handbook, all in an easy-to-read, plenty-of-pictures, lots-of-bulletpoints manner. The non-book-reading bloke won’t find it a chore. ... Give it to [yours]. He’ll thank you for it.

Linda Thompson, Daily News

Formats & editions

  • Trade Paperback


    September 17, 2018


    304 pages

    RRP $40.00

    Online retailers

    • Mighty Ape
    • Paper Plus
    • The Warehouse
    • Whitcoulls
    • Fishpond
    • The Nile

    Find your local bookstore at booksellers.co.nz

  • EBook


    September 17, 2018

    Penguin eBooks

    304 pages

    Online retailers

    • Amazon Kindle NZ
    • iBooks NZ
    • Google Play EBook NZ
    • Kobo Ebook
    • Booktopia NZ
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10 questions with Dr Nic Gill, All Blacks’ strength and conditioning coach and author of Health Your Self