' I believe that there are very few people who would not derive benefit from a moderate course of training. 'A walk before breakfast is in my opinion worth all the medicine in the world. To the average individual it will be a hard and gruelling task for the first fortnight; but let him take heart from this very fatigue, for it is the surest proof that he is in need of what he is doing. 'Finally, do remember: Weakness is not necessarily an absolute Bar to Athletics' Harry Andrews, Crystal Palace Track, London, S.E. 1903
Harry Andrews, Trainer to South London Harriers and of Montagu A. Holbein, Frank Shorland, A.A. Chase, A. Shrubb, J. Butler and A.E. Walters. Those who know him are well aware that he is not, and does not pose as, an educated man.