Stretching with Bob Anderson

Pegg, Dave
June 2000
Climbing;06/15/2000, Issue 195, p136
Presents stretching exercises developed by `Stretching' author Bob Anderson for rock climbers. Anderson's credentials; His views on flexibility; Breathing; Developmental stretch. INSET: Stretching right..


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