Editorial: The Value of Strength – Strength Magazine – February, 1926

A time comes to almost all of us when we wish that we might be stronger physically than we happen to be. By strength we do not mean merely an unusual physical size, and unusual physical ability, but also a real muscular and mental co-ordination that assures us of success in athletics and, nine times out of ten, of success in life as well.

Stark CenterUniversity of Texas