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Archibald MacLaren January0 03, 2019

Training, in Theory and Practice Archibald MacLaren This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book without typos from the publisher Not indexed Not illustrated 1874 edition Excerpt w therefore were there no other reasons for beginning the work carefully and proceeding slowly, these would be sufficient But there are others ofThis historic book may have numerous typos and missing text Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book without typos from the publisher Not indexed Not illustrated 1874 edition Excerpt w therefore were there no other reasons for beginning the work carefully and proceeding slowly, these would be sufficient But there are others of an important nature It will be found that, out of the eight oarsmen of a crew, one or two will not have been accustomed to rise regularly at seven o clock even in summer, and that than one or two of those who have been so accustomed, have not been in the habit of taking anything deserving of the name of exercise Page 4 por an these reasons, the morning exercise should be, in its initiatory stages, very light and gentle indeed I would place it in duration within an hour, including the time occupied in going to and from the training ground For the first week let two miles be walked at the rate of three and a half to four miles an hour, beginning the walk at the former rate and, towards the end of the week, breaking into the latter and ever after throughout the training course sustaining the walking at this latter rate The second week should see an augmentation of the work Men will now to some extent have become accustomed to the methodical rising in the morning, to the open air, and to the regular exercise On these grounds this exercise may now be increased in its two aspects of duration and speed The men should now be on the ground by half past six o clock Let the first mile be walked as before, but in the second mile, let the men break into a light, leisurely, easy run the pace need not greatly exceed that of the walk, but it will be a new mode of progression to the limbs, and the action of the heart and lungs by it will be accelerated The third week should see a still further augmentation of the work Let it begin as heretofore with a walk of a mile at its close let the

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