Keeping Fit All the Way How to Obtain and Maintain Health, Strength and Efficiency
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Keeping Fit All the Way How to Obtain and Maintain Health, Strength and Efficiency

By Walter Camp
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  • KEEPING FIT ALL THE WAY
    • How to Obtain and Maintain
    • Health, Strength and Efficiency
      • THREE PIONEERS IN SENIOR SERVICE WORK
    • THREE PIONEERS IN SENIOR SERVICE WORK
    • TABLE OF CONTENTS
    • INTRODUCTION
    • AN AMERICAN CITIZEN'S CREED
    • Part I
    • KEEPING FIT ALL THE WAY
    • CHAPTER I
      • NATURE A HARD MISTRESS
      • THE VICIOUS CIRCLE
      • AS THE YEARS GO ON
      • THE REMEDY
      • WHAT WORRY DOES
      • AMERICANITIS
      • THE PRICE OF SUCCESS
    • NATURE A HARD MISTRESS
    • THE VICIOUS CIRCLE
    • AS THE YEARS GO ON
    • THE REMEDY
    • WHAT WORRY DOES
    • AMERICANITIS
    • THE PRICE OF SUCCESS
    • CHAPTER II
      • THE VALUE OF EXERCISE
      • PREPARING FOR EMERGENCIES
      • FROM A FAMOUS PHYSICIAN'S NOTE-BOOK
      • THE ROAD TO EFFICIENCY
      • A WINTER VACATION
      • THE GOSPEL OF FRESH AIR
      • UNLEARNED LESSONS
    • THE VALUE OF EXERCISE
    • PREPARING FOR EMERGENCIES
    • FROM A FAMOUS PHYSICIAN'S NOTE-BOOK
    • THE ROAD TO EFFICIENCY
    • A WINTER VACATION
    • THE GOSPEL OF FRESH AIR
    • UNLEARNED LESSONS
    • CHAPTER III
      • THE SPIRIT OF YOUTH
      • ECONOMIC LOSSES
      • WARNING EXAMPLES
      • PHYSICAL FITNESS A VITAL FACT
    • THE SPIRIT OF YOUTH
    • ECONOMIC LOSSES
    • WARNING EXAMPLES
    • PHYSICAL FITNESS A VITAL FACT
    • CHAPTER IV
      • THE SENIOR SERVICE CORPS
        • INITIAL HIKE OF FIRST SENIOR SERVICE CORPS
        • HIKE OF A SENIOR CORPS
        • THESE MEN, ALTHOUGH OVER FORTY-FIVE YEARS OF AGE, MARCHED FOR OVER FOUR HOURS WITHOUT DISCOMFORT
      • INITIAL HIKE OF FIRST SENIOR SERVICE CORPS
      • HIKE OF A SENIOR CORPS
      • THESE MEN, ALTHOUGH OVER FORTY-FIVE YEARS OF AGE, MARCHED FOR OVER FOUR HOURS WITHOUT DISCOMFORT
      • THE BASIC IDEA
      • COMMUNITY PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT
        • WALTER CAMP, PRESIDENT, AND JOSEPH C. JOHNSON, SECRETARY, OF THE ORIGINAL SENIOR SERVICE CORPS ESTABLISHED IN NEW HAVEN, CONNECTICUT, IN THE SPRING OF 1917
        • SETTING-UP WORK OF A COMPANY OF ONE HUNDRED
        • DOCTOR ANDERSON LEADING A GROUP IN THE YALE GYMNASIUM
      • WALTER CAMP, PRESIDENT, AND JOSEPH C. JOHNSON, SECRETARY, OF THE ORIGINAL SENIOR SERVICE CORPS ESTABLISHED IN NEW HAVEN, CONNECTICUT, IN THE SPRING OF 1917
      • SETTING-UP WORK OF A COMPANY OF ONE HUNDRED
      • DOCTOR ANDERSON LEADING A GROUP IN THE YALE GYMNASIUM
      • AN OUTLINE OF THE SYSTEM
      • INDIVIDUAL AND GROUP ACTION
        • EFFECT OF THIRTY DAYS OF TRAINING UPON A COMPANY. THESE MEN ARE CARRYING IRON BARS WEIGHING NINE POUNDS EACH
        • PRACTISING AND MARCHING WITH IRON BARS WEIGHING NINE POUNDS EACH
      • EFFECT OF THIRTY DAYS OF TRAINING UPON A COMPANY. THESE MEN ARE CARRYING IRON BARS WEIGHING NINE POUNDS EACH
      • PRACTISING AND MARCHING WITH IRON BARS WEIGHING NINE POUNDS EACH
      • WORK AND HYGIENE
        • "COUNTING OFF" A COMPANY IN THE YALE GYMNASIUM
        • "HEAD" POSITION. GROUP OF ONE HUNDRED, SENIOR CORPS>
      • "COUNTING OFF" A COMPANY IN THE YALE GYMNASIUM
      • "HEAD" POSITION. GROUP OF ONE HUNDRED, SENIOR CORPS>
      • WATER, WALKING, AND FOOD
        • RESULT OF SIXTY DAYS' TRAINING IN CARRIAGE. THE TWO MEN IN FRONT WEIGH 265 AND 230 POUNDS RESPECTIVELY
        • LOOK AND DETERMINATION ON FIRST DAY'S MARCH, DURING WHICH THE MEN CARRIED IRON BARS WEIGHING NINE POUNDS EACH
      • RESULT OF SIXTY DAYS' TRAINING IN CARRIAGE. THE TWO MEN IN FRONT WEIGH 265 AND 230 POUNDS RESPECTIVELY
      • LOOK AND DETERMINATION ON FIRST DAY'S MARCH, DURING WHICH THE MEN CARRIED IRON BARS WEIGHING NINE POUNDS EACH
      • A MODEL DIETARY
      • HYGIENIC CURE-ALLS
      • FRESH AIR
      • THE VALUE OF DEEP BREATHING
    • THE SENIOR SERVICE CORPS
      • INITIAL HIKE OF FIRST SENIOR SERVICE CORPS
      • HIKE OF A SENIOR CORPS
      • THESE MEN, ALTHOUGH OVER FORTY-FIVE YEARS OF AGE, MARCHED FOR OVER FOUR HOURS WITHOUT DISCOMFORT
    • INITIAL HIKE OF FIRST SENIOR SERVICE CORPS
    • HIKE OF A SENIOR CORPS
    • THESE MEN, ALTHOUGH OVER FORTY-FIVE YEARS OF AGE, MARCHED FOR OVER FOUR HOURS WITHOUT DISCOMFORT
    • THE BASIC IDEA
    • COMMUNITY PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT
      • WALTER CAMP, PRESIDENT, AND JOSEPH C. JOHNSON, SECRETARY, OF THE ORIGINAL SENIOR SERVICE CORPS ESTABLISHED IN NEW HAVEN, CONNECTICUT, IN THE SPRING OF 1917
      • SETTING-UP WORK OF A COMPANY OF ONE HUNDRED
      • DOCTOR ANDERSON LEADING A GROUP IN THE YALE GYMNASIUM
    • WALTER CAMP, PRESIDENT, AND JOSEPH C. JOHNSON, SECRETARY, OF THE ORIGINAL SENIOR SERVICE CORPS ESTABLISHED IN NEW HAVEN, CONNECTICUT, IN THE SPRING OF 1917
    • SETTING-UP WORK OF A COMPANY OF ONE HUNDRED
    • DOCTOR ANDERSON LEADING A GROUP IN THE YALE GYMNASIUM
    • AN OUTLINE OF THE SYSTEM
    • INDIVIDUAL AND GROUP ACTION
      • EFFECT OF THIRTY DAYS OF TRAINING UPON A COMPANY. THESE MEN ARE CARRYING IRON BARS WEIGHING NINE POUNDS EACH
      • PRACTISING AND MARCHING WITH IRON BARS WEIGHING NINE POUNDS EACH
    • EFFECT OF THIRTY DAYS OF TRAINING UPON A COMPANY. THESE MEN ARE CARRYING IRON BARS WEIGHING NINE POUNDS EACH
    • PRACTISING AND MARCHING WITH IRON BARS WEIGHING NINE POUNDS EACH
    • WORK AND HYGIENE
      • "COUNTING OFF" A COMPANY IN THE YALE GYMNASIUM
      • "HEAD" POSITION. GROUP OF ONE HUNDRED, SENIOR CORPS>
    • "COUNTING OFF" A COMPANY IN THE YALE GYMNASIUM
    • "HEAD" POSITION. GROUP OF ONE HUNDRED, SENIOR CORPS>
    • WATER, WALKING, AND FOOD
      • RESULT OF SIXTY DAYS' TRAINING IN CARRIAGE. THE TWO MEN IN FRONT WEIGH 265 AND 230 POUNDS RESPECTIVELY
      • LOOK AND DETERMINATION ON FIRST DAY'S MARCH, DURING WHICH THE MEN CARRIED IRON BARS WEIGHING NINE POUNDS EACH
    • RESULT OF SIXTY DAYS' TRAINING IN CARRIAGE. THE TWO MEN IN FRONT WEIGH 265 AND 230 POUNDS RESPECTIVELY
    • LOOK AND DETERMINATION ON FIRST DAY'S MARCH, DURING WHICH THE MEN CARRIED IRON BARS WEIGHING NINE POUNDS EACH
    • A MODEL DIETARY
    • HYGIENIC CURE-ALLS
    • FRESH AIR
    • THE VALUE OF DEEP BREATHING
    • CHAPTER V
      • THE ORGANIZATION
      • TO THE LEADER
      • GIVING THE COMMANDS
        • EYES RIGHT!
      • EYES RIGHT!
      • STEPS AND MARCHINGS
      • THE SETTING-UP EXERCISES
        • FIG. 1.—ATTENTION
        • FIG. 2.—ARMS CROSS
        • FIG. 3.—ARMS STRETCH
        • FIG. 4.—HIPS FIRM
        • FIG. 5.—NECK FIRM
        • Fig. 6—INCORRECT POSITION OF SHOULDERS IN NECK FIRM
        • FIG. 7.—ARMS REACH
        • FIG. 8.—ARMS BEND
        • FIG. 9.—BALANCING
        • FIG. 10.—STRIDE, FIRST POSITION
        • FIG. 11.—STRIDE, FINAL POSITION
      • FIG. 1.—ATTENTION
      • FIG. 2.—ARMS CROSS
      • FIG. 3.—ARMS STRETCH
      • FIG. 4.—HIPS FIRM
      • FIG. 5.—NECK FIRM
      • Fig. 6—INCORRECT POSITION OF SHOULDERS IN NECK FIRM
      • FIG. 7.—ARMS REACH
      • FIG. 8.—ARMS BEND
      • FIG. 9.—BALANCING
      • FIG. 10.—STRIDE, FIRST POSITION
      • FIG. 11.—STRIDE, FINAL POSITION
      • GROUP EXERCISES
        • FIG. 12.—"GRIND," SHOWING HOW THE PALMS OF HANDS ARE TURNED UP IN THIS EXERCISE
        • FIG. 13.—FLING. CORRECT POSITION
        • FIG. 14.—WAVE. EXCELLENT DEMONSTRATION
        • WEAVE—Common fault of not keeping shoulders and arms in line.
        • FIG. 15.—"CURL" POSITION. EXCELLENT DEMONSTRATION EXCEPT THAT THE ELBOWS SHOULD BE THROWN BACK
        • FIG. 16.—"CROUCH," SHOWING ERECT POSITION OF BODY AND BACK
        • FIG. 17.—"WING" POSITION, ALSO BACK POSITION OF "CURL." FACE SHOULD, HOWEVER, BE TURNED UP
      • FIG. 12.—"GRIND," SHOWING HOW THE PALMS OF HANDS ARE TURNED UP IN THIS EXERCISE
      • FIG. 13.—FLING. CORRECT POSITION
      • FIG. 14.—WAVE. EXCELLENT DEMONSTRATION
      • WEAVE—Common fault of not keeping shoulders and arms in line.
      • FIG. 15.—"CURL" POSITION. EXCELLENT DEMONSTRATION EXCEPT THAT THE ELBOWS SHOULD BE THROWN BACK
      • FIG. 16.—"CROUCH," SHOWING ERECT POSITION OF BODY AND BACK
      • FIG. 17.—"WING" POSITION, ALSO BACK POSITION OF "CURL." FACE SHOULD, HOWEVER, BE TURNED UP
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • THE ORGANIZATION
    • TO THE LEADER
    • GIVING THE COMMANDS
      • EYES RIGHT!
    • EYES RIGHT!
    • STEPS AND MARCHINGS
    • THE SETTING-UP EXERCISES
      • FIG. 1.—ATTENTION
      • FIG. 2.—ARMS CROSS
      • FIG. 3.—ARMS STRETCH
      • FIG. 4.—HIPS FIRM
      • FIG. 5.—NECK FIRM
      • Fig. 6—INCORRECT POSITION OF SHOULDERS IN NECK FIRM
      • FIG. 7.—ARMS REACH
      • FIG. 8.—ARMS BEND
      • FIG. 9.—BALANCING
      • FIG. 10.—STRIDE, FIRST POSITION
      • FIG. 11.—STRIDE, FINAL POSITION
    • FIG. 1.—ATTENTION
    • FIG. 2.—ARMS CROSS
    • FIG. 3.—ARMS STRETCH
    • FIG. 4.—HIPS FIRM
    • FIG. 5.—NECK FIRM
    • Fig. 6—INCORRECT POSITION OF SHOULDERS IN NECK FIRM
    • FIG. 7.—ARMS REACH
    • FIG. 8.—ARMS BEND
    • FIG. 9.—BALANCING
    • FIG. 10.—STRIDE, FIRST POSITION
    • FIG. 11.—STRIDE, FINAL POSITION
    • GROUP EXERCISES
      • FIG. 12.—"GRIND," SHOWING HOW THE PALMS OF HANDS ARE TURNED UP IN THIS EXERCISE
      • FIG. 13.—FLING. CORRECT POSITION
      • FIG. 14.—WAVE. EXCELLENT DEMONSTRATION
      • WEAVE—Common fault of not keeping shoulders and arms in line.
      • FIG. 15.—"CURL" POSITION. EXCELLENT DEMONSTRATION EXCEPT THAT THE ELBOWS SHOULD BE THROWN BACK
      • FIG. 16.—"CROUCH," SHOWING ERECT POSITION OF BODY AND BACK
      • FIG. 17.—"WING" POSITION, ALSO BACK POSITION OF "CURL." FACE SHOULD, HOWEVER, BE TURNED UP
    • FIG. 12.—"GRIND," SHOWING HOW THE PALMS OF HANDS ARE TURNED UP IN THIS EXERCISE
    • FIG. 13.—FLING. CORRECT POSITION
    • FIG. 14.—WAVE. EXCELLENT DEMONSTRATION
    • WEAVE—Common fault of not keeping shoulders and arms in line.
    • FIG. 15.—"CURL" POSITION. EXCELLENT DEMONSTRATION EXCEPT THAT THE ELBOWS SHOULD BE THROWN BACK
    • FIG. 16.—"CROUCH," SHOWING ERECT POSITION OF BODY AND BACK
    • FIG. 17.—"WING" POSITION, ALSO BACK POSITION OF "CURL." FACE SHOULD, HOWEVER, BE TURNED UP
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER VI
      • A TEN-DAY PROGRAM
        • CORRECT POSITION OF NECK AND SHOULDERS IN ALL REACH EXERCISES
        • STOOPING. INCORRECT POSITION, LETTING THE HEAD FALL FORWARD
        • Letting shoulders come forward; common fault
        • Incorrect position of neck and shoulders; very common fault
        • STOOPING. INCORRECT POSITION, LETTING THE BACK BOW UP AND SHOULDERS DROP
        • EFFECT OF THESE EXERCISES, SHOWING EVEN MUSCULAR DEVELOPMENT
      • CORRECT POSITION OF NECK AND SHOULDERS IN ALL REACH EXERCISES
      • STOOPING. INCORRECT POSITION, LETTING THE HEAD FALL FORWARD
      • Letting shoulders come forward; common fault
      • Incorrect position of neck and shoulders; very common fault
      • STOOPING. INCORRECT POSITION, LETTING THE BACK BOW UP AND SHOULDERS DROP
      • EFFECT OF THESE EXERCISES, SHOWING EVEN MUSCULAR DEVELOPMENT
    • A TEN-DAY PROGRAM
      • CORRECT POSITION OF NECK AND SHOULDERS IN ALL REACH EXERCISES
      • STOOPING. INCORRECT POSITION, LETTING THE HEAD FALL FORWARD
      • Letting shoulders come forward; common fault
      • Incorrect position of neck and shoulders; very common fault
      • STOOPING. INCORRECT POSITION, LETTING THE BACK BOW UP AND SHOULDERS DROP
      • EFFECT OF THESE EXERCISES, SHOWING EVEN MUSCULAR DEVELOPMENT
    • CORRECT POSITION OF NECK AND SHOULDERS IN ALL REACH EXERCISES
    • STOOPING. INCORRECT POSITION, LETTING THE HEAD FALL FORWARD
    • Letting shoulders come forward; common fault
    • Incorrect position of neck and shoulders; very common fault
    • STOOPING. INCORRECT POSITION, LETTING THE BACK BOW UP AND SHOULDERS DROP
    • EFFECT OF THESE EXERCISES, SHOWING EVEN MUSCULAR DEVELOPMENT
    • Part II
      • THE DAILY DOZEN
    • THE DAILY DOZEN
    • CHAPTER VII
      • A MODERN PHYSICAL SYSTEM
      • OUT-OF-DATE IDEAS
        • INCORRECT POSITION, SHOWING HOW MOST MEN SLACK IN SWEDISH EXERCISES BY LETTING THE BACK BEND
      • INCORRECT POSITION, SHOWING HOW MOST MEN SLACK IN SWEDISH EXERCISES BY LETTING THE BACK BEND
      • OLD-TIME FALLACIES
      • A PERFECTLY USELESS STUNT
      • PENNY-WISE AND POUND-FOOLISH
      • NATURE'S PROCESS
      • TIME THE GREAT ELEMENT
      • ESSENTIAL PRINCIPLES
      • MODERN PHYSICAL EDUCATION
      • SLACKING IN SETTING-UP DRILLS
        • LEG-RAISING
        • SIDE-FALLING. THIS ARM AND BODY WORK PLACES A HANDICAP ON A HEAVY MAN
      • LEG-RAISING
      • SIDE-FALLING. THIS ARM AND BODY WORK PLACES A HANDICAP ON A HEAVY MAN
      • A CALL FOR WORK THAT WILL COUNT
      • THE BIG PROBLEM
        • ARM AND BODY WORK. THIS EXERCISE PLACES A HANDICAP ON A HEAVY MAN
        • ALTERNATE LEG-RAISING
      • ARM AND BODY WORK. THIS EXERCISE PLACES A HANDICAP ON A HEAVY MAN
      • ALTERNATE LEG-RAISING
      • THE NEED FOR A CONDENSED SYSTEM OF CALISTHENICS
        • EXTRA LEG WORK. THIS EXERCISE PLACES A HANDICAP ON A HEAVY MAN
      • EXTRA LEG WORK. THIS EXERCISE PLACES A HANDICAP ON A HEAVY MAN
      • A REASONABLE PROGRAM
    • A MODERN PHYSICAL SYSTEM
    • OUT-OF-DATE IDEAS
      • INCORRECT POSITION, SHOWING HOW MOST MEN SLACK IN SWEDISH EXERCISES BY LETTING THE BACK BEND
    • INCORRECT POSITION, SHOWING HOW MOST MEN SLACK IN SWEDISH EXERCISES BY LETTING THE BACK BEND
    • OLD-TIME FALLACIES
    • A PERFECTLY USELESS STUNT
    • PENNY-WISE AND POUND-FOOLISH
    • NATURE'S PROCESS
    • TIME THE GREAT ELEMENT
    • ESSENTIAL PRINCIPLES
    • MODERN PHYSICAL EDUCATION
    • SLACKING IN SETTING-UP DRILLS
      • LEG-RAISING
      • SIDE-FALLING. THIS ARM AND BODY WORK PLACES A HANDICAP ON A HEAVY MAN
    • LEG-RAISING
    • SIDE-FALLING. THIS ARM AND BODY WORK PLACES A HANDICAP ON A HEAVY MAN
    • A CALL FOR WORK THAT WILL COUNT
    • THE BIG PROBLEM
      • ARM AND BODY WORK. THIS EXERCISE PLACES A HANDICAP ON A HEAVY MAN
      • ALTERNATE LEG-RAISING
    • ARM AND BODY WORK. THIS EXERCISE PLACES A HANDICAP ON A HEAVY MAN
    • ALTERNATE LEG-RAISING
    • THE NEED FOR A CONDENSED SYSTEM OF CALISTHENICS
      • EXTRA LEG WORK. THIS EXERCISE PLACES A HANDICAP ON A HEAVY MAN
    • EXTRA LEG WORK. THIS EXERCISE PLACES A HANDICAP ON A HEAVY MAN
    • A REASONABLE PROGRAM
    • CHAPTER VIII
      • WORRY AND FEAR
      • THE FATAL MISTAKE
        • ARCH WORK
      • ARCH WORK
      • SOMETHING OUT OF A BOTTLE
      • CONSERVING THE PRESIDENT'S HEALTH
        • SPRING WORK.
      • SPRING WORK.
      • FLEXING EXERCISES
      • THE UNPLEASANT SELF-AWAKENING
        • ARM AND BODY WORK. THIS PLACES A HANDICAP ON A HEAVY MAN.
        • HIGH-STRIDE STOOP FALLING.
      • ARM AND BODY WORK. THIS PLACES A HANDICAP ON A HEAVY MAN.
      • HIGH-STRIDE STOOP FALLING.
      • WHY MEN DON'T KEEP FIT
    • WORRY AND FEAR
    • THE FATAL MISTAKE
      • ARCH WORK
    • ARCH WORK
    • SOMETHING OUT OF A BOTTLE
    • CONSERVING THE PRESIDENT'S HEALTH
      • SPRING WORK.
    • SPRING WORK.
    • FLEXING EXERCISES
    • THE UNPLEASANT SELF-AWAKENING
      • ARM AND BODY WORK. THIS PLACES A HANDICAP ON A HEAVY MAN.
      • HIGH-STRIDE STOOP FALLING.
    • ARM AND BODY WORK. THIS PLACES A HANDICAP ON A HEAVY MAN.
    • HIGH-STRIDE STOOP FALLING.
    • WHY MEN DON'T KEEP FIT
    • CHAPTER IX
      • A SHORTHAND METHOD
      • HEALTH MAXIMS
    • A SHORTHAND METHOD
    • HEALTH MAXIMS
    • CHAPTER X
      • FIG. 1.—HANDS
      • GROUP I
        • FIG. 2.—HIPS
        • FIG. 3.—HEAD
      • FIG. 2.—HIPS
      • FIG. 3.—HEAD
      • HEALTH MAXIMS
    • FIG. 1.—HANDS
    • GROUP I
      • FIG. 2.—HIPS
      • FIG. 3.—HEAD
    • FIG. 2.—HIPS
    • FIG. 3.—HEAD
    • HEALTH MAXIMS
    • CHAPTER XI
      • GROUP II
        • FIG. 4.—GRIND
        • FIG. 5.—GRATE
        • FIG. 5 A.—SECOND POSITION OF GRATE
        • FIG. 6.—GRASP
      • FIG. 4.—GRIND
      • FIG. 5.—GRATE
      • FIG. 5 A.—SECOND POSITION OF GRATE
      • FIG. 6.—GRASP
      • HEALTH MAXIMS
        • FIG. 6 A.—FORWARD POSITION OF GRASP
      • FIG. 6 A.—FORWARD POSITION OF GRASP
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • GROUP II
      • FIG. 4.—GRIND
      • FIG. 5.—GRATE
      • FIG. 5 A.—SECOND POSITION OF GRATE
      • FIG. 6.—GRASP
    • FIG. 4.—GRIND
    • FIG. 5.—GRATE
    • FIG. 5 A.—SECOND POSITION OF GRATE
    • FIG. 6.—GRASP
    • HEALTH MAXIMS
      • FIG. 6 A.—FORWARD POSITION OF GRASP
    • FIG. 6 A.—FORWARD POSITION OF GRASP
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER XII
      • GROUP III
        • FIG. 7 CRAWL, FIRST POSITION
        • CRAWL
        • FIG. 8 CRAWL, SECOND POSITION
        • FIG. 9. — CURL
        • CRAWL. AT THIS POINT THE RAISED ARM SHOULD BE CURVED OVER THE HEAD
        • FIG. 10.—CROUCH
      • FIG. 7 CRAWL, FIRST POSITION
      • CRAWL
      • FIG. 8 CRAWL, SECOND POSITION
      • FIG. 9. — CURL
      • CRAWL. AT THIS POINT THE RAISED ARM SHOULD BE CURVED OVER THE HEAD
      • FIG. 10.—CROUCH
      • HEALTH MAXIMS
    • GROUP III
      • FIG. 7 CRAWL, FIRST POSITION
      • CRAWL
      • FIG. 8 CRAWL, SECOND POSITION
      • FIG. 9. — CURL
      • CRAWL. AT THIS POINT THE RAISED ARM SHOULD BE CURVED OVER THE HEAD
      • FIG. 10.—CROUCH
    • FIG. 7 CRAWL, FIRST POSITION
    • CRAWL
    • FIG. 8 CRAWL, SECOND POSITION
    • FIG. 9. — CURL
    • CRAWL. AT THIS POINT THE RAISED ARM SHOULD BE CURVED OVER THE HEAD
    • FIG. 10.—CROUCH
    • HEALTH MAXIMS
    • CHAPTER XIII
      • GROUP IV
        • FIG. 11.—CORRECT POSITION, START OF WAVE
        • FIG. 12.—WAVE
        • FIG. 13.—WEAVE, FIRST POSITION
        • FIG. 14.—WEAVE
        • FIG. 15.—WING
        • FIG. 15A.—END OF WING
      • FIG. 11.—CORRECT POSITION, START OF WAVE
      • FIG. 12.—WAVE
      • FIG. 13.—WEAVE, FIRST POSITION
      • FIG. 14.—WEAVE
      • FIG. 15.—WING
      • FIG. 15A.—END OF WING
      • HEALTH MAXIMS
    • GROUP IV
      • FIG. 11.—CORRECT POSITION, START OF WAVE
      • FIG. 12.—WAVE
      • FIG. 13.—WEAVE, FIRST POSITION
      • FIG. 14.—WEAVE
      • FIG. 15.—WING
      • FIG. 15A.—END OF WING
    • FIG. 11.—CORRECT POSITION, START OF WAVE
    • FIG. 12.—WAVE
    • FIG. 13.—WEAVE, FIRST POSITION
    • FIG. 14.—WEAVE
    • FIG. 15.—WING
    • FIG. 15A.—END OF WING
    • HEALTH MAXIMS
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