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Exercise for Older Adults .
  2004
Best Practices in Physical Activity
  2004
You Can! steps to Healthier Aging - Participant End Form
  2004
You Can! Steps to Healthier Aging - Barriers to Being Active Quiz
  2004
You Can! Steps to Healthier Aging - Physcial Activity Questionnaire
  2004
You Can! Steps to Healthier Aging - Spanish version
  2004
Motivating People to Be Active
  2003
The future supply of long-term care workers in relation to the aging baby boom generation report to congress. May 14, 2003.
  2003
Gentle Exercises & Movement For Frail People
  2003
Exercise and Your Heart: A Guide to Physical Activity.
  2003
Check Your Physical Activity & Heart Disease I.Q.
  2003
American Heart Association Guide for improving cardiovascular health at the community level
  2003
ACSM’s 2nd Edition, Exercise Management for Persons with Chronic Diseases and Disabilities
  2003
The National Center on Physical Activity and Disability.
  2003
HealthierUS.Gov.
  2003
Chair Exercise
  2003
More Than Movement for Fit to Frail Older Adults
  2002
Dairy Counsil of California: Women's Fitness Planner
  2002
Moving Montana Toward a Fit Future ~ Start today for a healthy weight
  2002
Geri-Fit-The First Workout with Weight for Older Adults
  2002
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