Don't Fool Yourself About GETTING IN SHAPE

Jackowski, Edward
March 2003
USA Today Magazine;Mar2003, Vol. 131 Issue 2694, p60
Emphasizes the importance of exercise to weight loss efforts. Obesity in the U.S.; Information on how parents can influence the fitness lifestyle of their children; Components of exercise for physical fitness; Education regarding the benefits of regular and proper exercise.


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