eBook Staying Fit Over 50: Conditioning for Outdoor Activities download
by Jim Sloan
Author: Jim Sloan
Publisher: Mountaineers Books (October 1999)
ePub: 1990 kb
Fb2: 1919 kb
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He lives in Truckee, California.
The front cover is missing in the original book.
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