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Old 01-31-2009, 10:31 PM   #17
Kevin Perry
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I can understand George's point of view. I enjoyed the book only because I have nothing in my library on gymnastics but I was confused by the layout of volumes and at one point thought that the book was just one out of a number of future volumes which confused me.

The programming section is fairly vague and there is probably a lot that could have been included in this section especially for those not familiar with the Gymnastics Rhetoric.

It's a good book for a collection of the exercises and their progressions but like i said before it's is vague in piecing these together into a solid program especially for those new to this type of training.
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