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alternately arms backward—1 arms forward upward arms sideward upward Arms to thrust—Raise Arms—Down Bend knees Bend trunk forward Bend trunk right Fencing-position sideward right forward and sideward Hands on hips—Place Hands on shoulders—Place heels and arms knees and straighten knees and thrust left and raise left and right left and straighten left and wand left knee left lower-leg left or right nately—1 Position—4 raise arms forward raise arms sideward Raise heels Raise right right and left right or left right or left)—1 sideward and backward sideward and forward sideward and upward Step-position backward right Step-position forward right Step-position sideward right Straddle-position sideward right straighten arms forward straighten arms sideward straighten arms upward strike arms forward—1 strike arms sideward—1 thrust arms forward thrust arms sideward thrust arms upward turn left turn right Turn trunk right upward and sideward upward—1 wand at right wand forward right wand right wand upward ward
Page vii - Allow me to recall the words of director Lion, who years ago when speaking of the effects of systematic gymnastics upon him, said: "In sorrowful hours, when wrath, anxiety and sorrow rose in bitter billows in my heart, so that it seemed as if head and breast would burst, I have, by these exercises dispelled my cares and found oblivion. Though but for a few hours, yet these were not to be bought for gold.
Page v - It is my belief that only one-half of the school hours should be devoted to study, and the rest to physical training and games." Last of all come those who, with Dr. Hartung, demand that first of all it is necessary to lift all physical training, or whatever goes by that name at present in many of our school systems, from that inferior position as a remedial or therapeutic agent, as a repair department...
Page vii - The workman for his work a goodly tool doth need, The fighter goodly weapons for the fray, Thou fighter of the Lord, and workman, spirit, heed That thou treat not thy body in too light a way; It is thy working tool, it is thy battle gear, Keep thou it well, in work and fight to persevere.
Page 112 - A person facing a given point is in the front position to the same; then, according to that part of a circle which he describes while turning about his longitudinal axis (a line perpendicular through his body) we distinguish an eighth, a quarter or a half circle.