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Paperback: 226 pages
Publisher: Lulu Press; 1st edition (2006)
Language: English

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Book Description

From The Most Elite Exercise Tracker:

Fatal Fitness is proud to present the world's greatest exercise tracker ever to see the light of day. A unique cocktail of facts, procedures, and charts will optimize your training in ways you have never experienced. The Most Elite Exercise Tracker of All Time will assist you in establishing and documenting goals, performing valuable fitness assessments that will enhance your ability to monitor progress, and provide you with six month's worth of multi-faceted progress charts that are suitable for everyone, regardless of experience level, exercise program type, or objective. Resuscitate your fitness with Fatal Fitness.[1]


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  1. Donche, Dan (2006). The Most Elite Exercise Tracker of All Time, 1 ed., US: Lulu. 

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