Exercise gives motion to certain muscles & relaxes the mind, causes the blood to circulate freely, for Equitation — brings all the principal muscles into play, shakes the viscera in such a manner as to give a vigorous action to the pipes and strainers throughout the system, and perhaps to detach any little adhesions that might be taking place among them.
Comstock, 245, 253.
Comstock, 243, 263.
Sparring & walking, sawing, splitting wood, gardening, horseback riding, field sports, laughing, plaining, turning the lathe or auger, angling, skipping, running, leaping in height, jumping with a hoop or pole, swinging, carrying, archery.
Comstock, 230, 237, 241, 245, 247-258, 264, 266-271.