eBook Fitness Swimming: Lifetime Programs download
by Joseph E. McEvoy
Author: Joseph E. McEvoy
Publisher: Princeton Book Co Pub; First Edition edition (April 1, 1985)
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Then I dived into the books. I noticed that after a couple of weeks of reading, I was always coming back to one book, Coach Hines' Fitness Swimming
No swimming library would be complete without this book. Emmett has done a great job of creating a resource for swimmers on the technique and conditioning fundamentals of the sport. Then I dived into the books. I noticed that after a couple of weeks of reading, I was always coming back to one book, Coach Hines' Fitness Swimming. I now have 2 copies of this book.
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Princeton Book C. c1985.
McEvoy, Joseph E. Title. Fitness swimming : lifetime programs, Joseph E. McEvoy ; illustrations by Kim Dickerson. Princeton Book C.
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