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PR Pace: Strength & Performance Training for Distance Runners By Chris Johnson
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Chris Johnson’s PR Pace | Strength and Performance Training for Distance Runners,uses in-depth dialogue, examples, charts,and graphs to teach distance runners the importance of strength... More > training for performance enhancement and injury prevention. Using his advance training system, PROformance Training Systems™, Chris gives the reader world class workouts they can use for races of any distance and caliber.< Less
All Those In Favour By PR Barlow
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With a background of the swinging ‘sixties, ‘All Those In Favour’ faithfully records an over-the-shoulder record of the intrigues and manic manoeuvrings of the two sides that would... More > eventually virtually kill off the Midland’s motor industry. As the era of post-war full employment came to an untidy end, union militants opposed old stalwarts still employing time tested methods of compromise with the bosses. With the demise of the industrialist owner, a new breed of young managers, from the same working class stock as their union adversaries were obliged to pursue survival policies that would satisfy neither side. On a lighter side, the ever present temptations of the flesh in the office and the ribald humour went some way to help maintain sanity in the cauldron that was factory life of the time. Without pulling any punches ‘All those in Favour’ tells it like it was.< Less
Pr(i)mary Sources: Research-Based Perspectives from Living Texts By The BSMART students
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We are the senior class of The Brooklyn School for Math and Research, a public school with students full of diverse backgrounds and experiences in life. Venture into our lives, as we introduce... More > complex topics affecting New York City. Certain topics that are introduced in the book are police brutality, drug abuse, and gentrification. We made an effort to bring forth solutions to these problems and permanently instill a sense of change. We do not come from posh, affluent neighborhoods; we come from neighborhoods that have become infamous in NYC. The subjects we are going to talk about took a lot of courage to discuss. We want to enlighten readers and show that New York can raise scholars even in its worst neighborhoods.< Less