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Magazine References

Winter 2017

Editor’s corner

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Research reviews

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  2. Ekblom-Bak (2014), The importance of non-exercise physical activity (NEPA) for cardiovascular health and longevity, British Journal of Sports Medicine, 48:233-238.

Children’s fitness

Recommended reading
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Triathlon training

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Tread carefully

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Rowing to empower

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Client handout – Thinking about drinking

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