But Eugene Sandow, on his advent in New York, neither fell romantically from the HIS PHYSICAL TRAINING SYSTEM ADOPTED IN THE BRITISH ARMY. The Exercise Routine of Eugen Sandow than the use of the dumb-bell, for developing the whole system, particularly if it is used intelligently. System of Physical Training was Eugene Sandow’s first book. It actually wasn’t written by Sandow, or not completely, but put together by an associate of.
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Hardly anything, indeed, could more em- phasize the love for athletics in the English nation than the interest manifested in this contest, between Sandow and Sam- son. Sargent of the Hemen: It is no exaggeration to say that the statue of the od Farnese Hercules ‘ see illustration is not more powerfully modelled ; the muscles stand out under a clear white skin in high relief, and suggest the gnarled roots of old trees.
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Hambleton also computes, lose an enormous sum yearly 10 from the same inciting cause, which might be largely removed, were the tendency of the habits and the surroundings of the insured such as to secure increased breathing capacity. Samson did not appear to relish the Dutlook, and instead of the ordinary block of stone, which weighs Ibs.
There was no response, only a babel of cries from the audience. The wary young athlete was soon assured on this point. If our own fairness can be relied upon, we would venture to say, that in selecting the report of the London Sportsman see issue of Oct. Samson has not disguised his intention of struggling to maintain his reputation as ‘ the strongest man in the world,’ and the meeting will be an ex- citing one, although Herr Sandow has set himself a task in under- taking to outrival master and pupil in one and the same perform- ance.
What is further to be said on this important subject, and especially on the topic of vital interest to the youth-in-training the practical bearing of muscular exercise on the health and strength will traininy treated of in a later chapter in the technical division of the work, with the benefit of Mr.
Of course, Sandow was an advocate of heavy lifting as well and did that himself.
What they drink in, as with their mother’s milk, of deeds of renown in their own noble history, as well as in the tradition of that of other nations Greek, Roman, Teuton, and Scan- dinavian may well fire the young heart to deeds of high em- prise and great valour.
Sandow as a gladiator in an arena at Rome, was a further tribute to the young Konigsberger’s fame. For several months, Sandow mtinued to exhibit phsyical the Academy as a model, and also found remunerative work in giving private lessons as an ithlete. Chest-expanding exercise 14 a and b.
Samson, always 58 theatrical, put one set on his forearm, and offered one to Sandow.
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Sandow’s renown naturally reached the young king’s ears, and Frederick sent a message to Venice commanding the presence at San Sandoww, of the Konigsberg athlete. The pantomime was en- titled L’Afficheur the bill-sticker. Bar-bell exercise for two hands 39 and 39 a.
This decided action on the part of the Marquis of Queensberry and Lord de Clifford evoked from a well- known wit in the front stalls the remark, ‘ Ah, I always said the House of Lords was a useful institution. On the other hand, the partnership trainijg grew out of this chance encounter was, while it lasted, of service to Sandow, for the latter learned something from the expert which was afterwards added to his own repertoire.
Of course, the mass of humanity, even of those who do the leaviest part of the world’s work, are not likely, whatever time they can give to physical culture, to become Titans in strength.
The comic aspect of the scene was reached when the culprit gave indisputable evidence on the biggest of the constables that he was the strong man he claimed to be, to the amusement of the inspector and the crowd that by this time had gathered in and about the police station.
It took place just at the period when ssandow late German Emperor, Frederick William, was at San Eemo under treatment for his throat the malady which was soon to deprive the Fatherland of its loved monarch.
Meanwhile, it gave new stimulus and a fresh direction to his labours in muscle-culture, and brightened and widened the outlook on his cherished athletic pursuits. SANDOW was in his twenty-third systfm when he came to Lon- don, attracted, as we have seen, by the rather braggart chal- lenges of Samson on behalf of himself and his pupil, Cyclops.
Not only the ubiquitous reporter, but native strong men, and even experienced and widely-read physiologists, waxed elo- quent in descanting on his points.
At this, Sandow, with a nonchalant air, repeated his protest against arrest, for, as he naively observed, he trainin been merely exercising his arms, and in the slot of each machine had honestly paid the toll.
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Chest expanding exercise, with machine resistance 15 a, b, and c. One of the latter, a writer in the Glasgow Herald, made sport of the affair by affecting to bewail the public loss of its most cherished allusions the taking upon trust the claim of the idol showman to be bigger, smaller, or fatter than the rest of us which turns out, after test, to be disenchantment.
Visits Rome and gives exhibitions in the Colosseum as a wrestier Performs mighty feats of strength Wrestles with Bartoletti and wins 1, francs Achieves fame and has King Humbert and his court as admirers Gift from the king Visits Emperor Frederick by command at San Remo Astonishes the Kaiser by an exhibition of his powers Receives a ring from Frederick Pathetic words of the dying Emperor at the leave-taking.
But these were forbidden indulgences, and though he tried hard to give heed of his parent’s phyical, his ruling passion was often too strong for him. In the swing and spirit of their telling, ardent natures have often caught fire, and done many a noble deed by emulating the spirit which even the recital of noble deeds inspire. Samson seems to have earned it fairly and squarely, and he now probably appreciates the theory recently discovered by a distinguished prelate that bet- ting is not a sheer loss of money to the man who wins.
What do you like? Sandow to say that he long resisted the clamour that he should exhibit his prowess for money and pursue professional gymnastics as a vocation. Another appeal to the House of Lords was a matter of course. At the theatre, it may be added, which had refused Sandow a salary of ten guilders a night, he now obtained a prolonged engagement at twelve hundred guilders a week!
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