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Eugen Sandow

Full Name: Eugen Sandow
Number of Works: 9
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ISBN: 0766165434, 9780766165434
Keywords: type, human, form, perfect, study, physical, training, sandow
Pages: 324
Published: 2003
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1894. This study reveals the marvel of anatomists, sculptors and artists in the nude; embracing the great athlete's simple method of physical education for the home, the gymnasium, and the Army Training School; preceded by a biography dealing with the chief incidents in Mr. Sandow's professional career, his phenomenal prowess and gladiatorial skill in completive matches, contests and exhibitions, with Mr. Sandow's scheme of dumbbell and barbell exercises, and his views on the physiology of gymnastics, the function of the muscles, etc. Copiously illustrated.
ISBN: 1161394311, 9781161394313
Keywords: july, december, culture, physical, magazine, sandow
Pages: 590
Published: 2010

This volume contains the issues of Sandow's Magazine of Physical culture from July 1899 to December 1899. Eugen Sandow was a great amateur and professional athlete. He devoted a large portion of his life to helping the would-be athlete and all who desired to attain perfect health, increased strength and full development of their physical frame. Sample contents: Arabs from a Physical Standpoint; Physical Culture Among the Boers; Champion Brothers Whittingham; Duel Between Pini and De Marinis; Cricket; Treatment of Obesity; Rational Exercise in Japan; Motor Cycle Race; Steeplejacks and Their
ISBN: 1402159005, 9781402159008
Keywords: obtain, strength
Pages: 186
Published: 2005

This Elibron Classics edition is a facsimile reprint of a 1911 edition by Gale & Polden, Ltd., London.
ISBN: 0766159337, 9780766159334
Keywords: making, man, building
Pages: 160
Published: 2003

How to become healthy and strong. In this work, Sandow endeavors to outline an explanation whereby everyone, from the oldest to the youngest, the richest to the poorest, may, by following the system which he refers to, and which became the pioneer of the Physical Culture movement, attain that perfect body and with it, perfect health.