Non-impact aerobics: the NIA technique

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Random House Publishing Group, Mar 1, 1987 - Health & Fitness - 191 pages
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A safe, new approach to aerobics that combines ballet, jazz dancing, yoga, and martial arts, providing injury-free cardiovascular conditioning without jumping, jogging, or jarring calisthenics

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Contents

THE DAWN OF A
15
GETTING TO KNOW MOVEMENT 2 IN A BRAND NEW WAY
23
Honoring Your Body
29
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About the author (1987)

Debbie Rosas and Carlos Rosas met in 1981, and together they created Nia, the first fusion fitness technique. They have appeared on numerous television and radio programs, including "Good Morning America," as well as in more than 400 newspapers and magazines, including "Harper's Bazaar," "Self," "Shape," the "San Francisco Chronicle," and the "New York Times," They live in Portland, Oregon.

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