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" It is as difficult to run a mile at the top of one's speed as co walk a hundred, and, therefore, if he performs this short distance well, it may be concluded, that his condition is perfect, or that he has derived all the advantages which can possibly... "
A Complete System of Treatment for the General Care of the Body, for the ... - 第 121 頁
John Richard Judd 著 - 1891 - 228 頁
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Sporting Magazine: Or, Monthly Calendar of the Transactions of the ..., 第 41 卷

1813
...training, his condition jnay he-ascertained by the cfiect of the siéent», which cease to reduce îiis weight : and by the manner in which he performs one mile at the top of his speed. It is ns difficult to run a mile at the top of one's speed, as to walk a hundred, and therefore, if he performs...
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Sporting Anecdotes, Original and Selected: Including Numerous Characteristic ...

Pierce Egan - 1823
...trained feels himself light and full of spirits. But in the progress of the Training, his condition may be ascertained by the effect of the sweats, which...which he performs one mile at the top of his speed, as to walk a hundred, and therefore, if he performs * Code of Health. Tol. ii. p. 123. this short distance...
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The Field Book: Or, Sports and Pastimes of the United Kingdom; Comp. from ...

William Hamilton Maxwell - 1833 - 616 頁
...himself light and fall of spirits. But in the progress of the training, his condition may be as well ascertained by the effect of the sweats, which cease...which he performs one mile at the top of his speed, as to .walk a hundred ; and therefore, if he performs this short distance well, it may be concluded...
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The Field Book: Or, Sports and Pastimes of the United Kingdom; Comp. from ...

William Hamilton Maxwell - 1833 - 616 頁
...progress of the training, his condition may be as well ascertained bythe effect of the sweats,which cease to reduce his weight, and by the manner in which he performs one mile at the top of his speed, as to walk a hundred ; and therefore, if he performs this short distance well, it may be concluded...
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British manly exercises: in which rowing and sailing are now first described ...

Donald Walker - 1835 - 298 頁
...transparent: the flesh is also firm, and the person trained feels himself light, and full of spirits. is as difficult to run a mile at the top of one's...speed as to •walk a hundred ; and therefore, if he perform this short distance well, it may be concluded, that his condition is perfect, or that he has...
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Manly exercises: containing rowing, sailing, riding, driving, racing ...

Donald Walker, John William Carleton - 1856 - 323 頁
...training process, as it depends upon the previous condition of the pedestrian; but from two to three months, in most cases, will be sufficient, especially...speed as to walk a hundred ; and therefore, if he perform this short distance well, it may be concluded that his condition is perfect, or that he has...
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The Racehorse in Training: With Hints on Racing and Racing Reforms

William Day - 1880 - 323 頁
...same as that of the horse, and where it differs I cannot agree with it. The book further says :— " It is as difficult to run a mile at the top of one's speed as to walk a hundred : and he is fit, if he can do the first well, to accomplish the latter." Moreover, it says: "It takes some...
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Lore of Running

Timothy Noakes - 2003 - 931 頁
...pedestrian Barclay wrote, in the progress of his training, his condition may as well be ascertained . . . by the manner in which he performs one mile at the top of his speed, as to walk a hundred; . . . if he performs this short distance well, it may be concluded that his condition...
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