Monday, September 05, 2005

For Steve Cotter - A workout and couple questions: Kettlebells, Strength, Fitness, Martial Arts

For Steve Cotter - A workout and couple questions: Kettlebells, Strength, Fitness, Martial Arts

great letter from Steve Cotter to Bud Jeffries. Great conversation between two strength giants.


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