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The Complete Book of Swimming

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Experts agree that swimming is the best and most complete form of excercise. Here is the most authoritative and comprehensive guide to the sport.

From the Trade Paperback edition.
ebook, 400 pages
Published March 7th 2012 by Random House (first published June 21st 1994)
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Vilmos Kondor
It is a really inspiring and useful book. At times I felt that Mr. Whitten wants to make a point again and again that was already made, nevertheless I learnt several good tips from the book that contains excellent workout sessions for every swimmer and many anecdotes. My favorite is an old Masters swimmer who was not only blind but 100 years old and he entered competitions. Amazing. It is clear that Mr. Whitten adores swimming and he manages to channel his love to the reader.
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