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How to Mold a Mighty Arm: (Original Version, Restored)
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Publisher:Createspace
Publication Date:2011-11-20
ISBN-10:1466476737
ISBN-13:9781466476738
Number of Pages:60 Pages
Book Type:Paperback
Weight:68 gram
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How to Mold a Mighty Arm: (Original Version, Restored)


"EVERY day as I grow older I believe more than ever that the impressions created in our youth form an indelible mark upon our minds. Throughout the years dating from my boyhood into manhood, I have always looked upon the Arm as the indicator of a man's physical strength and ability. While I know it is only one of the many parts that go to make up a perfect body, on the other hand what use is a strong body without a pair of equally powerful Arms? Just as much use as a derrick with a weak hoist. It is no use talking. I am just as much impressed today with a strongly built Arm as ever I was in my imaginative youth. It is the first thing that catches the eye. I can recall quite vividly the old smithy shop where I used to watch the blacksmith pound iron on the anvil. He looked for all the world like the subject used to illustrate Longfellow's The Village Blacksmith."- George F. Jowett This is a restored and re-formatted edition of Jowetts's original 1938 booklet. The text remains exactly as written in 1938. A must have in your collection. Visit our website and see our many books at PhysicalCultureBooks.com
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"EVERY day as I grow older I believe more than ever that the impressions created in our youth form an indelible mark upon our minds. Throughout the years dating from my boyhood into manhood, I have always looked upon the Arm as the indicator of a man's physical strength and ability. While I know it is only one of the many parts that go to make up a perfect body, on the other hand what use is a strong body without a pair of equally powerful Arms? Just as much use as a derrick with a weak hoist. It is no use talking. I am just as much impressed today with a strongly built Arm as ever I was in my imaginative youth. It is the first thing that catches the eye. I can recall quite vividly the old smithy shop where I used to watch the blacksmith pound iron on the anvil. He looked for all the world like the subject used to illustrate Longfellow's The Village Blacksmith."- George F. Jowett This is a restored and re-formatted edition of Jowetts's original 1938 booklet. The text remains exactly as written in 1938. A must have in your collection. Visit our website and see our many books at PhysicalCultureBooks.com

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