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First: What It Takes to Win by David Thomas

First: What It Takes to Win

by David Thomas

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I enjoyed the book. I like to learn about the person behind the name. This book is a biography and not an exercise manual. If you decide to read in hopes of finding a good exercise program or a diet, then you will be disappointed. If you want to learn about a guy with good family values, who is not afraid to talk about his faith, then you will like this. It is good to know there are still descent, kind athletes that are not self absorbed. He has a great support system in place and is a better man because of this.
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