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    The Nature of Speed

    Training to enhance Sprint Abilities

    http://www.pageturnpro.com/Renaissan.../index.html#10

    Brad Deweese EdD
    Matt Sams
    Joel Williams
    Chris Bellon

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    Re: The Nature of Speed

    I don't see anything. Perhaps Pioneer might be able to help us.
    2 of the 4 authors are from cf.com. yeah.

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    Re: The Nature of Speed

    Try this link Ange: http://www.pageturnpro.com/Renaissan...mindex.html#10

    It starts at page 8.

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    Re: The Nature of Speed

    Quote Originally Posted by Ku2u#1 View Post
    Try this link Ange: http://www.pageturnpro.com/Renaissan...mindex.html#10

    It starts at page 8.
    Is there a way I can download and print it out. I am a bit oldschool, I like paper print outs to read
    Continuing to learn is one thing in life that has to continue.

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    Re: The Nature of Speed

    Yes, it is possible to print each page. First, click on the HTML icon in the top left. Then click on the single page icon on the top right. Then turn to the desired page. Use a snipping tool to snip the page and then save it to your desktop. Open the saved image and print. Repeat for each desired page. Perhaps someone can post instructions for an easier method, but that should work.

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    Re: The Nature of Speed

    Quote Originally Posted by glaeser View Post
    Yes, it is possible to print each page. First, click on the HTML icon in the top left. Then click on the single page icon on the top right. Then turn to the desired page. Use a snipping tool to snip the page and then save it to your desktop. Open the saved image and print. Repeat for each desired page. Perhaps someone can post instructions for an easier method, but that should work.
    Thank you kind sir
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