Corrective Bar Bell Exercise – Strength Magazine – April, 1930

Whether or not we are all born equal is a question which has led to a tremendous amount of controversy in the past and which will, without doubt, be argued pro and con throughout the ages to come. Those on one side may advance the declaration that normal persons come into this world entirely minus personal belongings; while opposed to this it might be said that although we are born with an equal number of limbs, fingers, toes, eyes, etc., some persons unquestionably start out with a keener intellect, heavier bones, and a stronger constitution in general than the average run of people.

Stark CenterUniversity of Texas