1) Know the importance of keeping the heart, lungs, skin, teeth, feet
and stomach, and organisms of special senses (eyes, ears and nose ) in good
order and the principal health dangers to be guarded against.
2) Give general rules governing eating, drinking, breathing, sleeping,
cleanliness and exercises; and evidence of the observance of
these rules for at least twelve months.
3) Know the dangers incurred by the use of tobacco and alcohol, and
the breaking of the tenth Scout Law ( "A Scout is clean in thought, word
and deed ")
4) Know the danger of overtaxing the body and the continual use of one
form of exercise.
v) Demonstrate the six exercises described in Scouting for Boys. Give
reasons for each exercise.
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