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Image from page 195 of "Hand-book of calisthenics and gymnastics : a complete drill-book for schools, families, and gymnasiums : with music to accompany the exercises" (1864)

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Title: Hand-book of calisthenics and gymnastics : a complete drill-book for schools, families, and gymnasiums : with music to accompany the exercises

Year: 1864 (1860s)

Authors: Watson, J. Madison (James Madison), 1827-1900

Subjects: Calisthenics Gymnastics Elocution Gymnastics

Publisher: New York and Philadelphia : Schermerhorn, Bancroft & co.

Contributing Library: Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine

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n opposite direc-tion. These movements cause, a freedomof the action of the shoulders, of theelbows, and of the wrists, and bring inplay nearly all the muscles of the trunk.They may be rendered more interestingby occasionally executing them with ahandkerchief in the hand, the time being-marked by repeatedly shouting the wordHurrah (hoo rah), as in giving heartycheers. In this event, the trunk will firstbend to the left, and the left arm will hang in its usual position by the side, while the right arm describeseight as large circles as possible with the handkerchief over thehead; then the left arm will describe eight corresponding circles,the right arm being suspended by the side, and the trunk bent to theright. In shouting Hurrah, the first syllable will be uttered withtwice the rapidity of the second. A circle will be described everytime the first syllable is uttered, and then the arm will remain mo-tionless long enough to utter the second syllable and to thoroughlyinflate the lungs.

 

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Taken circa 1864