Maffetone’s Big Book of Endurance Training and Racing
Joe Friel’s Triathlete’s (and Cyclost’s) Training Bible
Galloway’s Book on Running
Steve Ilgks The Winter Athlete
Enter the Kettlebell
1. Simple and Sinister
2. Easy Strength
3. T Barbell
4. Starting Strength
1. Blood Meridian
2. The Crossing
3. Charlie and the Chocolate factory
4. The Testament of Mary
5. Tolle/Peterson even draw
I'm not sure about the training books. I really like Purposeful Primitive @Abdul Rasheed already wrote about. I like the Pavel books but I can't pick a favourite, and I think a bigger, more holistic book by him could be in order.
Fiction wise I believe I will have to go with Cyberiad by Stanislaw Lem. I like a wide variety of books but Cyberiad stands out to me.
As for non-fiction, I would suggest classics and Charles Dickens. Masterful, vivid description of characters and environment. I think of such books as "training" for our brain. To improve our attention span, intelligence, vocabulary, patience and what not. Give Bleak House a try, its a wonderful murder mystery. Audible makes it even more awesome.
strength: all Pavel books, especially the old one, when he still used the word "comrade". so many joke is now still being used in Vietnam. And i wander why Soviet never send any kettlebell for their ally. but i disgress.
other: i like novels. i live a boring life, so i love aventures. Alexis Zobra gave me inspiration, so did War and Peace. And i love Geogre Ohsawa books, he is like Pavel- a sensei to me. Anyone serious about Macrobiotics should read his work