Strength and how to Obtain it
Using illustrations, photographs and detailed measurement charts, Sandow's textbook for the school of physical culture demonstrates how to exercise and provides instructions on what to eat. An autobiographical account of Sandow's childhood and later professional life with self-portraits, figures in part two of his didactic book.
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