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Manual of Swedish Drill Based on Ling's System ...: For Teachers and Students
George L Melio
No preview available - 2015
arm bend arm downward arm flinging arms sideward arms upward-stretch bend I Upward bendI body and head executed slowly Feet sideward Feet-change I Repeat firm and feet foot placings forward and upward fourth movement fundamental position gymnastic Half-stretch heel raising Heels-raise Heels-sink Hips firm Hips-firm knee bend position knee stand Knees-bend Knees-stretch large step outward Leaping exercise Left arm upward Left foot forward Left knee LELAND STANFORD LESSON Ling's system lunge March and Leaping muscles Neck firm Neck rest numbers pace position Stretch position Wing prone falling quick ranks rear trunk bend right arm SENO shewn in Diagrams shewn in Figure sideward and arms sideward and upward sideward-//a sink I Repeat—one slow STANO stretch I Upward stretch positions STRETCH STAND STRETCH STRIDE STAND Swedish thence time—one,—two Trunk backward TRUNK TWIST upward and right UPWARD ARM upward-bend Upward-ra vv vv ward whilst executing wing stand WINQ word of command
Page 5 - The school drill herein set forth has been adopted to a very considerable extent in the English schools, where it has been found of great utility, not only as a purely physical exercise, but as one promoting cheerfulness, erectness of carriage, and general alertness and promptitude in the school work.
Page 25 - These are executed without appliances, and form an excellent preparatory course to the leaps over a fixed object. They are made on the spot, without turning the body, or by turning to the...
Page 25 - ... throwing out the arms horizontally sideward whilst executing the leap, (c) throwing out both the arms and legs whilst executing the third movement, thence resuming the original position in the fourth movement.
Page 26 - Directions. — In all leaping exercises the equilibre should be preserved whilst executing the fourth movement, the arms being usually kept in a vertical position slightly at the rear of the legs.
Page 1 - DIRECTOR OF EXERCISES " AT THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND YOUNG MEN'S SOCIETY AND YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION.