Meyer & Meyer Sport, 2000 - Health & Fitness - 160 pages
This volume deals with the general principles of fitness training, as well as those specifically belonging to aerobics, from both a medical and an academic point of view. It demonstrates how to build up a series of lessons in aerobics training with many practical examples and, in particular, various basic steps and their technical application are introduced. At the same time, ways of communication - method and cueing - are described and the book also shows many ways of varying aerobic training.
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The Healthy Consequences of Aerobics
Some Basic Specificallyaerobic Principles
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