Fitness and exercise sourcebook
Basic information on fitness and exercise, including fitness activities for specific age groups, excercise for people with specific medical conditions, how to begin a fitness program in running, walking, swimming, cycling, and other athletic activities, and recent research in fitness and exercise.
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Chapter 1Fitness Fundamentals
Chapter 2How Fit Are You?
A SelfPaced Guide
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