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Atletas de fin de semana

Los atletas de fin de semana se pueden definir como individuos que realizan actividades deportivas recreativas físicamente exigentes, típicamente los fines de semana, a pesar de la actividad física mínima que hacen durante la semana laboral.
Autor/a: Mark I. Ellen, Christina Lin Med Clin N Am - (2019)
INDICE:  1. Texto principal | 2. Referencia bibliográfica
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