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07-05-2007, 04:04 PM
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Swimming is really good for strength and stamina, with the added bonus for your joints that it's no-impact.

Plyometrics can help with quickness and strength, too. You could try a search on Amazon for "plyometrics" and see if you find any good books or DVDs. I think there are some out there.

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