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Lagrange, Fernand, MD., Physiology of Bodily Exercise, New York: D. Appleton, 1890.
Violent exercises -those that demand considerable & repeated efforts of the muscular system; Moderate- do not demand much work; and Gentle - minimum muscular exertion
Exercise is important as a regulator for nutrition. Exercise increases the muscles in size, changes their structure, reduces fat in their fibers & increases the density of the muscular fibers.
Lagrange, 293, 309-10.
Exercises of strength - wrestling, athletic gymnastics,
Exercises of speed - running, skipping
Exercises of Endurance - rowing, walking
Ground exercises, french boxing, climbing, rowing
Lagrange, 236-4, 246, 259, 327-330.
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