Any exercise should be carried on only to the point where slight fatigue results and interest is still keen, for it is when exercise is carried to the point of exhaustion and the mind fails to react when called upon for activity in other directions that it fails of its purpose and is likely sooner or later to be discontinued in any form.”
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