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Weightlifting For Beginners - cover

Weightlifting For Beginners

Dan Kent, Mihai Ivan

Publisher: Powerful Ideas Press

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A complete step-by-step guide to weightlifting, including the snatch, clean and jerk, assistance exercises, mobility, nutrition and beginner training programmes.

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