VIDEO: Physical Fitness Education In The 1960’s

On March 24, 2015 by Physical Culturist

“Strength is the ability to do and bear. Strength and health should be synonymous with life, and the first step toward their acquisition is knowledge of physiology and anatomy. I regret to find in this country, with its wonderful system of public schools, so little time devoted to these studies. To me they seem quite as essential as mathematics, and far more important astronomy which, I learn, receive an equal amount of attention.” – Eugen Sandow

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