Aerobic Tennis: How to Get Fit and Play Better

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Shelter Publications, 1983 - Health & Fitness - 189 pages
Tennis players often turn to running, cycling, or swimming to get a more vigorous workout. In this book, Bill Wright offers a new approach to the game, one that gives a superb aerobic workout while improving overall strength, agility, and fitness. Under his expert guidance, players learn how to run, leap, lunge, and stretch, work major body muscles, improve cardiovascular fitness, and involve the entire body in every move. Developed over Wright’s illustrious 30-year coaching career, the program is suitable for any age, skill, or style of play.

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The A erobic Method
Questions Everybody Asks
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About the author (1983)

After a successful business career as cofounder of Western Marketing, Bill Wright is an award-winning writer and photographer in his second career. He has published five previous books, including Portraits from the Desert: Bill Wright's Big Bend.

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