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CHAPTER 111.-BREATHLESSNESS (continued)
spiratory Movements · Physical Sensations and Moral Im-
the Muscular Fibres of the Heart.
Respiration more Active, but not Insufficient--Second Stage-
Beast which Breaks Cover.
- Three Degrees of Stiffness of Fatigue-Causes of Stiffness;
CHAPTER VI.-STIFFNESS (concluded).
Perspiration produced by Exercise?-Observations opposed
Stiffness is an Auto-Intoxication.
Work-Acute Overwork ; Death from Breathlessness-Sub-
CHAPTER VIII.-OVERWORK (continued)
-Overwork in the Army-Too Energetic a Colonel-Forced
CHAPTER IX.-OVERWORK (concluded)
Overwork—Exhaustion through using up of the Organic
CHAPTER X.-THE THEORY OF FATIGUE
hasten the onset of the Sensation of Fatigue; Weakness of
the Phenomena of Fatigue.
Elimination of the Waste-Products of Combustions-Diminu-
HABITUATION TO WORK.
POWER OF RESISTING FATIGUE-MODIFICATION OF
ORGANS BY WORK-MODIFICATION OF FUNCTIONS
OF THE TISSUES BY WORK-TRAINING.
action—Effects of Habitual Activity—Different Mode of Life
“Habituation” to Work.
their Function has Ceased ; Maintenance of Organs by Per-
Deposits after Exercise-Personal Observations on Fatigue.
in the Power of Conduction of Nerves. Improvement in the
Changes in the Nervous Tissues ; are they purely Hypo-
Courage-Incredible Energy of Prize-fighters.
understand it here, is the Adaptation of the Organism to
THE DIFFERENT EXERCISES.
PHYSIOLOGICAL CLASSIFICATION OF EXERCISES
VIOLENT EXERCISES-EXERCISES OF STRENGTH-
CHAPTER 1. — PHYSIOLOGICAL CLASSICATION
Violent Exercises-Quality of Work in Exercise-Exercises of
Work may indicate its Degree of Intensity.
Strength-Why it is impossible to have “a Smile on the