Earle E. Liederman Quote

On August 3, 2013 by Physical Culturist

Earle E. Liederman Quote

“A man can become stronger no matter how much nature has handicapped him by giving him a lack of inches, or a small frame. Even those in ill health can be made strong, because exercise promotes health. In turn, muscle can be made to grow on the healthy body and with muscle will come the strength.” – Earle E. Liederman, Secrets of Strength (1925)

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