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The orthodox kind of gymnasium exercise, with its long, violent exertions which tend to stiffen the muscles and tire the body, is unsuited to sedentary middle-aged person. Its drudgery exhausts them whereas the philosophic exercise invigorates them.


-- Notebooks Category 5: The Body > Chapter 5: Exercise > # 124






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