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Magazine References

Nov – Dec 2021

Pg 6-7 Losing it: A new approach to weight loss

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The quest for a healthy spine and shoulders

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Pg 12-13

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Pg 24-27 Helping clients recover from rotator cuff injuries

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Pg 32-35 Plyometric training: Case studies

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