Crosstraining: The Complete Training Guide for All Sports

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Simon and Schuster, Mar 15, 1992 - Health & Fitness - 239 pages
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Athletes, from beginners to superstars, are faced with literally hundreds of ways to become aerobically fit, trim excess weight, strengthen muscles, improve flexibility and coordination, and more fully enjoy physical activity. Now, Cross-Training makes setting up a full fitness program easy no matter what the level of experience. Photographs; line drawings; charts.
 

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Cross-training is a fairly new concept which entails incorporating a variety of physical activities into a personal physical fitness program. Except for books on the subject of training for triathlons ... Read full review

Contents

Acknowledgments
9
Some Basic and Painless Exercise Science
31
Getting Started
49
Making the Minutes Count
65
Special Needs for Special People
81
Food and Nutrition
105
CrossTraining and Body Weight m
127
CrossTraining to Avoid and Overcome Injuries
145
Training for Multisport Events
169
Tools of the Trade CrossTraining Equipment
187
Resources and References
217
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Bloch is a writer and elite national-class runner. She qualified for the 1988 and 1992 Olympic marathon trials, and was a member of the 1991 World Championship marathon team. Her husband's name is Bradley.

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