The Boxer's Workout: Fitness for the Civilized Man

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Doubleday, 1988 - Sports & Recreation - 172 pages
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Discusses the advantages of boxing floor workouts as exercise program, tells how to use the heavy bag, speed bag, jump rope, and medicine ball, and demonstrates stance, jabs, punches and moves

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Contents

One Why a Boxers Workout for the WhiteCollar Man
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Two Before You Start
26
Three Essential Physical Moves
71
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John Lewis is the co-author of the Java(TM) textbooks used for AP computer science classes: Java Software Solutions, Java Software Structures, and Java Foundations, a comprehensive resource for instructors who want a two-semester introduction to programming textbook that includes data structures topics. He currently teaches courses at both Virginia Tech and Radford University. He received his PhD degree from Virginia Tech.
Peter DePasquale is an assistant professor of computer science at the College of New Jersey (TCNJ). He is the author of Addison-Wesley's Java Backpack Reference Guide and Addison-Wesley's C++ Backpack Reference Guide. He is the co-author of Java Foundations, a comprehensive resource for instructors who want a two-semester introduction to programming textbook that includes data structures topics.

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