Jump for Joy

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Jump for Joy - coverJump for Joy: The Rebounding Exercise Book
White
1984

Submitter: I work in a public library and this book came in from one of our partners to fill a reserve.

Holly: I bet the patron who requested it was disappointed, although the 1984 pub date should have tipped them off. The black and white pictures, as well as the models’ outfits, are pretty dated. I especially like the business man who keeps a trampoline in his office, pictured below. My staff would never let me hear the end of it if I was bouncing around in my office.

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  1. My optometrist had his trampoline in the examining room. I’m sure his need for exercise was legit, but it weirded me out. At least the new office complex didn’t have room for it so we patients don’t have to contemplate.

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