Walking Exercises Famous Quotes & Sayings

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5 Walking Exercises Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Walking Exercises Sayings By Francis Quarles: If thou wouldst preserve a sound body, use fasting and walking; if a healthful soul, If thou wouldst preserve a sound body, use fasting and walking; if a healthful soul, fasting and praying. Walking exercises the body; praying exercises the soul; fasting cleanses both. — Francis Quarles
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Walking Exercises Sayings By John Cage: One evening I was walking along Hollywood Boulevard, nothing much to do. I stopped and One evening I was walking along Hollywood Boulevard, nothing much to do. I stopped and looked in the window of a stationary shop. A mechanized pen was suspended in space in such a way that, as a mechanized roll of paper passed by it, the pen went through the motions of the same penmanship exercises I had learned as a child in the third grade. Centrally placed in the window was an advertisement explaining the mechanical reasons for the perfection of the operation of the suspended mechanical pen. I was fascinated, for everything was going wrong. Then pen was tearing the paper to shreds and splattering in all over the window and on the advertisement, which, nevertheless, remained legible. — John Cage
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Walking Exercises Sayings By Thomas Jefferson: Of all exercises, walking is the best. Of all exercises, walking is the best. — Thomas Jefferson
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Walking Exercises Sayings By Thomas Jefferson: The sovereign invigorator of the body is exercise, and of all the exercises walking is The sovereign invigorator of the body is exercise, and of all the exercises walking is the best. — Thomas Jefferson
Walking Exercises Sayings By Jean Paul: The gymnasium of running, walking on stilts, climbing, etc. stells and makes hardy single powers The gymnasium of running, walking on stilts, climbing, etc. stells and makes hardy single powers and muscles, but dancing, like a corporeal poesy, embellishes, exercises, and equalizes all the muscles at once. — Jean Paul