The Big Secret of Training – Strength Magazine – January, 1921

Of course you have noticed that it is the unusual athlete who can always be depended upon to be just right. An athlete varies in the matter of form as much as a singer. The tenor says, after his concert, “I was rotten tonight; I howled; it was fierce.” And the athlete says, after the contest, “Somehow, I wasn’t right; I was slow, stiff and I couldn’t get out of my own way.”

Stark CenterUniversity of Texas