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Image from page 268 of "Physical culture: first book of exercises in drill, calisthenics, and gymnastics" (1891)

Identifier: physicalcul91west00houg

Title: Physical culture: first book of exercises in drill, calisthenics, and gymnastics

Year: 1891 (1890s)

Authors: Houghton, E. B

Subjects: Physical education and training Calisthenics Gymnastics Gymnasiums

Publisher: Toronto : Warwick & sons

Contributing Library: The University of Western Ontario, Western Archives

Digitizing Sponsor: Ontario Council of University Libraries and Member Libraries

 

 

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a circle; passing towards , the front, to the right, to the rear nearly toucli- Iing as it passes over the arm, and to the left,until in the position given at the head of thex^exercise. Change. j gee Exercise 1, L.H. Group V. The Positions and descriptions given for Exercises 5 and 6will do for Exercises 7 and 8, the only difference being thatthe club passes under instead of over the arm. (See 4, 4, Cut 4S)-and the back of the hand is up, the knob of the club beingheld between the first three fingers and thumb; the thumb tothe front, the third finger to the rear and the ^rst and secondtingers to the right (or left). First Position, L. H.—See Group I.Salute. \ As before. y f \ See Mode of Formation, Part L Salute. < As before. ^Pur^ I See S. 4, Squad Drill. Dismiss. I See Modes of Formation, Part I. GROUP VI.AssemhU. \ See Modes of Formation, Part I, First Position R.H.Salute. < See First Series, Calisthenics. GYMNASTICS. 255 Caution.—The Minim OircUs from the Fifth Position.

 

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-?-?• Exercise 1.—R.H, Fifth Position, R.H. Keep the arm as straight as possible andlet the club describe a circle outside of the arm,going down, towards the rear, up, passing closeOne, < to the arm, and to the front until in the positiongiven at the head of the exercise ; {See 1, 1, CutJfJf) ; the fingers, etc., see Exercise 1, R.H. Group Change, \ See Exercise 1, R.H. Group Y. I 256 PHYSICAL CULTURE. Exercise 1.—L.H. Fifth Position L.H. The description given in Exercise 1, R.H.will do for this exercise. One.Change. [ - ( wil < See Exercise 1, L.H. Group V. Exercise 2.—R.n. Fifth Position R. H. Keop the arm as straight as possible and letthe club describe a circle outside of the arm,Ding up, towards the rear, down, passingOne* { close to the arm, to the front, and up to theposition given at the head of exercise ; (^See1, 1, Cut ^j^) ; the fingers, etc., see Exercise 1,R.H. Group V. < See Exercise 1, R.H. Group V. Exercise 2.—L.H. Fifth Position L.H. I The descripti

 

 

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