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Tuesday, August 19, 2014, 3:23pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Exercise: Why Your Blood Type Matters

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Maimonides, the great Jewish physician and teacher, wrote, “As long as a person exercises and exerts himself… sickness does not befall him and his strength increases… But one who is idle and does not exercise… even if he eats healthy foods and maintains healthy habits, all his days will be of ailment and his strength will diminish.”



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good response to the very first implanations... adaptations won't cover any
masteries...


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While I like these, they sure get used by Explorers that are Type A to cop-out their exercise... stifling their health recovery. Double edged sword.

I'd like to hear more about how/why those exercises somehow affects blood viscosity.

The Type O dopamine is easy, you can find that information on Wikipedia.
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DOS, NOT all O's do well with high intensity, it kills me. I do so much better at my age with low to moderate walking and some yoga/stretching.. It's not all about killing yourself and actually chronic cardio is no good for anyone, nor is high intensity, long duration anything. To each his own...


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Also, 80% of your weight/ health is related to diet, not exercise. I'm not at all saying exercise is bad BUT I am saying, TOO much or TOO intense is bad. It doesn't always clear adrenaline, it raises it as well as cortisol. Raising BOTH are bad


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While I like these, they sure get used by Explorers that are Type A to cop-out their exercise... stifling their health recovery. Double edged sword.

I'd like to hear more about how/why those exercises somehow affects blood viscosity.

The Type O dopamine is easy, you can find that information on Wikipedia.


As is evidenced by my thread, Exercise for an Aging O, we cannot all exercise the way we did when we were younger.  The trick is to find what works for you as you age.  Injuries and exercise go hand in hand.  Even top athletes can get injured, so it is not always just about the right amount of stretching or equipment or whatever.  It just happens some times.  



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We must also not forget that non-exercise movement counts toward our fitness level as well. People who do everyday household chores such as gardening, vacuuming, sweeping, dusting, cleaning out your bathtub etc. expend more calories than couch potatoes and actually live a bit longer. This wisdom is found on the net in a number of places.


Physical labor such as chopping wood or building a garage are great exercises


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My type O father lived to just a few months short of 100 years old.  His body never saw a gym and outside of Marine boot camp in the 1930's, I think he never ran a mile.  

It is all about staying active.  Although he sat a desk Monday-Friday, on weekends he did yard work and little household projects.  Chopping wood on occasion, but never building garages.

We just need to keep 'it' moving.
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