More About Back And Leg Strength – July, 1915

Every writer about muscular development tries to impress upon his readers the necessity of a good “all-round” physique. Beginners are warned against developing big arms and shoulders and leaving the legs as “thin as pipe-stems,” and, with equal seriousness, are cautioned against acquiring a “build” with puny chest and arms surmounting a powerful pair of lower limbs.

Stark CenterUniversity of Texas