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Camp, Walter, Keeping Fit All the Way: How to Obtain and Maintain Health, Strength and Efficiency, New York: Harper & Brothers Publishers, 1919.
Exercise produces energetic contraction of the large muscles which regulates the physical tone. The Senior service program renews the resistive force of body, tones the muscles, opens the chest cavity, allowing more room for heart & lungs, gives exercise to atrophied muscles, & brings improvement in mental outlook & in animal spirits.
Camp, 21, 53.
Once a day
Senior Service Program- setting-up exercises that open the chest, stimulate the heart, circulate the blood, walking, hill-climbing & weight carrying exercises.
A few hours a week to keep in respectable shape, three or four hrs/wk, < 1hr/day
Camp, 10, 26, 39.
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