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Stretching: 30th Anniversary Edition [Bob Anderson, Jean Anderson] on Amazon com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers This is the book that people tell their friends about, that trainers suggest for virtually every sport and activity
The book STRETCHING was first self-published by Bob and Jean Anderson in 1975 when fitness awareness was in its infancy In 1980 Shelter Publications revised and published STRETCHING (Random House, the distributor) and since then STRETCHING has sold over three million copies in the U S and has been published in 24 languages for worldwide distribution
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I recently had an ergonomic assessment completed at work and they gave me a handout with computer desk stretches that I really enjoyed doing I noticed the stretches were copied from a page out of Bob Anderson's Stretching book and decided to look it up
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