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October 1993
Men's Health;Oct93, Vol. 8 Issue 7, p23
Claims New York Giants linebacker Lawrence Taylor could have avoided the Achilles tendon tear he suffered in fall 1992 if he'd made a habit of stretching before games. Ronnie Barnes, Giants' head trainer, stresses the importance of stretching and tells how to do it.


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