How to Excel on Track and Field – Strength Magazine – April, 1930

It is impossible, as you no doubt are aware, to write on the subject of “How to Excel on Track and Field” and make the information thus given fit every reader who is athletically inclined. There are, of course, accepted forms of execution which are, generally speaking, best for the greatest number of embryo athletes in all track and :field events, but since no two persons are alike and no two persons act alike there must be some individual information, correction of form, etc., in order to bring out the best that is in an athlete.

Stark CenterUniversity of Texas