Physical Training Simplified: The Whole Man Considered – Brain & Body
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This handbook of physical fitness from the Edwardian age is both refreshingly practical and amusingly eccentric. Dynamic good health is the aim – not giant muscles – and much care and attention is given to the crucial abilities of relaxation, flexibility and good breathing, as well as specific instructions for the strengthening of the arms, legs, hips and shoulders. Covering such topics as ‘How to Stand’ and ‘How to Walk’, the author also address ‘Sleeping at Will’ through the process of ‘Self-Magnetizing’, before explaining more advanced exercises such as ‘Dorsal Breathing’ and ‘The Liver Squeezer’. If rugged health and fitness is your aim, then Physical Training Simplified will unlock your natural vim and vigour.
|Dimensions||130 × 200 mm|
Edward B. Warman
Edward B. Warman was born in 1847. He wrote a number of books about exercise and physical fitness.