How to rescue yourself from a flabby lifestyle

March 1993
Body Bulletin;Mar1993, p1
Offers a look at the difference in exercise trends in the 1940s or 50s and the 90s. How the different routines will make the 90s person heavier; Lifestyle differences; How to cure the body lock; Lifestyle verging now on immobility; Creating an exercise program; Details.


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