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Image from page 119 of "Health culture; how to live, what to eat, to wear, to do, in helth, in sickness, in youth, in middle life, in old age" (1909)

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説明Identifier: healthculturehow00unseTitle: Health culture; how to live, what to eat, to wear, to do, in helth, in sickness, in youth, in middle life, in old ageYear: 1909 (1900s)Authors: Subjects: Physical education and trainingPublisher: New York, Chicago [etc.] R. L. Polk & co.Contributing Library: The Library of CongressDigitizing Sponsor: The Library of CongressView Book Page: Book ViewerAbout This Book: Catalog EntryView All Images: All Images From BookClick here to view book online to see this illustration in context in a browseable online version of this book.Text Appearing Before Image:and form a com-plete circle with the head and shoulders, 112 CHEST—SHOULDER EXERCISE making the waist line a pivot for the same,as if following the inside of a hoop withthe head. Repeat 32 times. CHEST EXERCISE.(Figure 17.)First, POISE. Second, place the palms of the hands atthe side of the lower chest ribs On countONE exhale and contract at the side ribs.Pressing hard on the exhalation helps toforce all the air out of the lungs. On countTWO inhale and expand as much as pos-sible under the hands, pressing slightly withthe hands on the ribs during the inhalation.This strengthens the lung cells. Increasingthe range of breathing and oxygizing theblood greatly strengthens the heart. SHOULDER EXERCISE.(Figure 18.)First, POISE. Second, raise the arms in such a way as toproduce right angles at the elbows, as inillustration. On count ONE lower the forearms only, still preserving right-angleshape. This is done by turning the fore-arms over, using muscles at the shoulders Figure 114 Figure i6Text Appearing After Image:POISE for the change. On count TWO raise armsback to first position. Repeat until tired be-fore letting the elbows drop. The severityof the exercise is a surprise, but it soonmakes a person thick-set and solid at theshoulders. POISE.(Figure 19.)First, POISE. Be sure before attempting any exerciseto have perfect poise for exercise taken withthe body out of poise is always detrimental.This exercise is taken by standing with theheels together, the toes apart atan angle of about 45 degrees, theweight on the balls of the feet. Imaginethat you are standing directly under a shelfjust a little higher than the head, and thentry to reach this shelf with the head. Toavoid lifting the shoulders instead of thechest place the hands out straight as thoughresting on a table in front of you. At thesame time you are lifting up the shelf withthe head press down on the table with thehands. If you are now able to rise on thetoes without the movement of the body, ii6 ARM EXERCISE forward or backward, the bNote About ImagesPlease note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.
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