"GETTING-UPn EXERCISES FOR MEN WHO DON'T
GET EXERCISE WORKING WITH THEIR HANDS ,
BY OR. D. B. REED,
Professor of Physical Culture in the University of Chicago.
With Pictures Especially Po$ed by J. H. Nichols, Gymnasium' Instructor of
(Copyright, 1913, by the Neyspaper Enterprise Association.)
benefits to be derived from muscular
contraction. If a man has the op
portunity to ilay tennis or handball
Or volleyball, orto skate or swim, by
all means let him do so and gain the
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Figures 1, 2, 3, 4 of Dr. Reed's First
Physical Culture Lesson.
"LESSON, NO. 1.
In response to request for simple
and effective exercises for men, who
work-, but who get no exercise in their
work, it may be said at the outset
that the ideal type o,f exercise is one
which provides fun in addition to the
nervous jand mental relaxation and
recreation which make bodily exerr
else more valuable.
The man whose work in life is not
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