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The length of the period of rest between the movements cannot be prescribed for general use. It must vary with each individual's varying strength. The sooner he tires, the longer should the rest period be. If a few seconds will suffice for one person, especially a younger person, a full half-minute may be needed by another, especially an older person.

-- Notebooks Category 5: The Body > Chapter 5: Exercise > # 132

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