Donna De Varona's Hydro-Aerobics

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Fawcett Columbine, 1986 - Health & Fitness - 163 pages
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The two-time Olympic gold-medalist details a program of aerobic-based swimming exercises consisting of a variety of strokes, bobbing, and water ballet that can be performed in forty minutes and requiring only average swimming ability

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Contents

The Many Whys of Swimming
3
What It Can Do for You
19
The HydroAerobics Exercises
31
Becoming a Better Swimmer
71
The Basic Strokes
79
How to Get Ready
119
The HydroAerobics Workouts
133
The HydroAerobics Lifestyle
159
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About the author (1986)

De Varona is a two-time Olympic gold medalist swimmer. The first woman sportscaster on network television, she was a founding member and first president of the Women's Sports Foundation and a moving force in the congressional passage of the 1978 Amateur Sports Act and the landmark Title IX legislation.

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