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The Laws of Athletics: Showing How to Preserve and Improve Health, Strength and Beauty, and to Correct Personal Defects Caused Want of Physical Exercise. Also, How to Train for Walking, Running, Rowing, Etc. with the Systems and Opinions of the Champio by William Wood

The Laws of Athletics: Showing How to Preserve and Improve Health, Strength and Beauty, and to Correct Personal Defects Caused

Want of Physical Exercise. Also, How to Train for Walking, Running, Rowing, Etc. with the Systems and Opinions of the Champio by William Wood

Published August 21st 2015
ISBN : 9781296924485
Hardcover
126 pages
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