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Jan – Feb 2022

Pg 6-8 Fitness could start in the home

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Pg 14-15 How to support a healthy immune system through your gut

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Pg 18-20 Get your clients snow fit

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Pg 22-25 The not-so-special populations

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Pg 26-27 Access all areas: How inclusive is your fitness facility?

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Pg 32-35 Medicine ball training: An under-utilised tool for developing explosive strength

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