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Paulppaul
Saturday, June 7, 2008, 1:54am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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I need more energy and too look more energetic during the day.  Everyone always tells me I look tired or unexcited.  I want have more energy and mental focus.  What would you recommend?
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Hi Saverain,

I've posted this same "exercise" on another thread and that's because it is worth a mention.  

Have you ever tried a mental exercise? journalling in the morning? writing out three pages of whatever you can write without any concern of spelling or making sense?  

It helped me acheive mental clarity throughout the day.  It gets the momentum of clarity going and detoxes all of the negativity (mental blocks) that get trapped.  

Every morning & a full 3 pages. The author that suggested this says that through writing you are righting yourself.

It only works with real writing as opposed to typing. Something about the blood in the veins of your hands channeling through the ink.

Oh.. another one.  "smile therapy"  just start smiling whenever you think about stuff that would normally tick you off & any other time you can remember. It permeates deeper and starts taking on a life of it's own within you.          
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Bouncing on a Rebounder is a great way to get the circulation moving, along with deep breathing.



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Any kind of exercise that gets your circulation going should make you look more fresh...or at least it does with me
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That is the one I am doing on my balcony almost every morning,

great awakening exercise.




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Sav, how long have you been on BTD?  Not to take away from any of the great suggestions made so far, but it may just take more time and healing before you start to look vibrant and energetic!
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10km run at 5:30am. It's the best time of the day for me!


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would like to be able to do that as well weew congrats to you a-c.


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would like to be able to do that as well weew congrats to you a-c.


My beloved AB, I have waaaaaay too many B's & AB's in my life to know that it is not something they would relish doing.  


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A's wouldn't relish it either, just to let you know.


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Personally, I don't see how people can do this day after day without it affecting their body.  Maybe I'm all wet.  And I don't mean to be disrespectful but dang.  You gotta be using up some good amount of nutrients when you go for a run like that.  I used to think people were too lazy and didn't do enough exercising.  And that may be true to some extent.  But intense physical exercise like that has to take lots of meal planning to ensure you're getting enough nutrients.  I would think.  I'm sure it makes your heart muscle stronger too.  

OK, I guess I'm just a dolt on this whole subject.  I would think a nice brisk walk for a half hour would be a good thing.  Heck even less than that.

I'm just bitter because it's been a long time since my body has worked that well.  And actually, the longest I've ever run is 4 miles at one time.  But I played varsity wrestling and football in high school and I know what exercise is.  But everybody's body is different and I know my body has told me to take it easy for a while and heal.  I used to push myself too hard I think.


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I really like T-Tapp in the morning... especially the opening move: Primary Back Stretch.  It takes about 5 minutes to do, and then I follow that up with her move called Hoe Downs.  Unfortunately you'd have to purchase her BWO+ or her MORE program to get that info... but it does a WORLD of good for this A, not only do people comment on how much happier I am (on the days I do this) but I have not seen my chiropractor since February!


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Personally, I don't see how people can do this day after day without it affecting their body.  Maybe I'm all wet.  And I don't mean to be disrespectful but dang.  You gotta be using up some good amount of nutrients when you go for a run like that.  I used to think people were too lazy and didn't do enough exercising.  And that may be true to some extent.  But intense physical exercise like that has to take lots of meal planning to ensure you're getting enough nutrients.  I would think.  I'm sure it makes your heart muscle stronger too.  

OK, I guess I'm just a dolt on this whole subject.  I would think a nice brisk walk for a half hour would be a good thing.  Heck even less than that.

I'm just bitter because it's been a long time since my body has worked that well.  And actually, the longest I've ever run is 4 miles at one time.  But I played varsity wrestling and football in high school and I know what exercise is.  But everybody's body is different and I know my body has told me to take it easy for a while and heal.  I used to push myself too hard I think.


ABNoWay,
From reading, Blood type Os need this intense exercise.

I, like you, wrestled in high school, but between a summer of too many negatives and a wrestling season, I blew out my gall bladder...  When this happened, I could no longer do any intense exercise.
  
As I get better (~30 years later), I sometimes need to get some exercise (usually a mile [+ or -] of brisk walking), but it will never be a 10K run...  


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well, today I went to my yoga class, gentle but thourough, and then took an hour walk! I was pooped but glad I had done it...
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ABNoWay,
From reading, Blood type Os need this intense exercise.

I, like you, wrestled in high school, but between a summer of too many negatives and a wrestling season, I blew out my gall bladder...  When this happened, I could no longer do any intense exercise.
  
As I get better (~30 years later), I sometimes need to get some exercise (usually a mile [+ or -] of brisk walking), but it will never be a 10K run...  


Yeah, I kinda forgot that aspect about the O's.  Ooops.  Thank you for re-educating me.  Sorry about your gall bladder.  Were you losing too much weight or was it more of a physical strain?  Senior year, I was losing 7 pounds every time to wrestle at my eight.


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A's wouldn't relish it either, just to let you know.


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haaa... nothing of all of those excuses... I tried in my youth to go
for athletics, but it drained me thaaat much that I went onto competitive swimming and have been once master of europeans..bla..bla..bla at 16teen   but then stopped when   lurking at my physic today...yech my back still is that large  ....

and yeppers, gentle walkins today is nicer for me, I never liked any competition thingies I just was forced to
go for the proudness of familiar issues....


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