Brokaw, Leslie
January 2002
Inc.;Jan2002, Vol. 24 Issue 1, p42
Offers tips from Pat Croce, the president of the Philadelphia 76ers basketball team, on how to set goals and to track progress for personal fitness. How to benchmark before bench-press; Committing time for aerobic activity; Making a schedule for activities of the day.


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