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16 The tiger stretch makes you supple and graceful

Oct. 28, 1957
Oct. 28, 1957

Table of Contents
Oct. 28, 1957

Cover
Old Masters
  • Students at Chicago's famed Art Institute depict today's sports in the styles of the past

Acknowledgments
From The Flyways
Fisherman's Calendar
Hockey
Events & Discoveries
Preview
Angler's New Angle
Conversation Piece
World's Richest Horse Race
  • When the Garden State test for two-year-olds is run off this Saturday in New Jersey, the wheel of fortune may point out the 1957 champion; it will send one of these hopeful owners home with the year's biggest haul in prize money

Retrievers
Sporting Look
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Pat On The Back

16 The tiger stretch makes you supple and graceful

The tiger stretch, as demonstrated here by Bonnie Prudden, is an exercise that will strengthen and stretch muscles in the torso, the legs and the arms. The sinuous and feline movement will make you supple and graceful whether you are walking across a room or swinging at a golf ball. It looks complicated, but actually the phases are natural and relatively simple. Now that you're beginning the 12th week of your exercise program, you should be able to do this easily.

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A Kneel with knees apart and hold your weight as close to your heels as possible stretch your arms forward as far as you can.

B Bend your elbows and transfer your weight to your hands as you thrust your body forward while keeping chin just above the floor.

C Straighten elbows, round your back and while holding your abdominal muscles tight return to position A. Repeat this five times

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