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Ageless Strength - Strong and Fit for a Lifetime

Jeff Horowitz

Publisher: VeloPress

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Author is a personal trainer and coach who works with masters athletes.While America’s 60 million endurance athletes continue to skew older, their interest in their sports has not flagged. Ageless Strength offers them ways to keep performing. Ageless Strength follows the success of Joe Friel’s Fast After 50.

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