If You Exercise Properly You Must Improve – Strength Magazine – January, 1930

Due to my connections in the physical culture field, it is often my pleasure to be consul ted by individuals who contemplate the practice of regular exercise for physical improvement. Aside from these personal interviews, I receive many letters of a like nature, but it is not stretching the matter in the least to state that, as a general rule, the individual who calls in person is far better fortified with arguments, pro and con, on the subject. One of the most enjoyable instances of this sort took place rather recently and, as I believe some of the things which were discussed will prove of timely interest to STRENGTH readers, I shall attempt to recall the salient points in our conversation.

Stark CenterUniversity of Texas