Club Swinging for Health by Tom Burrows
Here's a real treat: an extremely rare Indian Club training course from Tom Burrows, published in an issue of Health and Strength in 1905. Burrows was a champion in boxing, wrestling, fencing, gymnastics, the broad jump, the long jump, the hundred yard dash and the mile run -- in fact, he won whole track meets by himself.
It was Burrows' feeling was that swinging Indian Clubs was the finest all around exercise for health and strength.
In this particular course, Exercise 1 is for chest expansion, balance and leg development... Exercise 2 is for building the waist and arms... Exercise 3 works the trunk... Exercise 4 develops the shoulders and thigh muscles... Exercise 5 is for the abdominals... Exercise 6 works the arms, legs, trunk and thighs... Exercise 7 is for chest development and Exercise 8 is for arms, legs and trunk development.