Hand-book of Calisthenics and Gymnastics: A Complete Drill-book for Schools, Families, and Gymnasiums. With Music to Accompany the Exercises ...
Schermerhorn, Bancroft & Company, 1864 - Всего страниц: 388
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Hand-Book of Calisthenics and Gymnastics - A Complete Drill-Book for Schools ...
J. Madison Watson
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ALTERNATE bells bending body carried CHANGE charges chest circles class of movements clubs combined command commencing position corresponding described diameter differs direction directly dotted dotted arms eight elbows elevated employed executed exercises extended eyes face falling feet Fifth finally First-Position force forward four Fourth front give given hands head heels held immediately inches instructor instructor will command knee left arm left foot left leg length lower mand manner March mark ments motions move Movements-Right muscles Music number and order passing placed posi position four position of Fig possible rear recover the commencing remaining represented right arm right foot right leg Second Movements Second Position Series shoulder side sidewise simultaneously slide sound standing student will take syllable take the position taken Third Third Position thou thumbs tion toes trunk turned usually Variety voice wand whole
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