What's That, You Say?

December 1999
Joe Weider's Muscle & Fitness;Dec99, Vol. 60 Issue 12, p32
Discusses the effect of too loud gym music on hearing. Why gyms use pumped-up workout music; How loud music can affect inner-ear nerve cells; Recommended loudness of gym music.


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