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Health and Long Life






And, while more are exercising every day and a great deal of self-worth and self-satisfaction is being derived, there is still a great deal of misunderstanding about what it takes to give our bodies what they most need to do the best job.  After all, if you want health and long life, likely you are going to have to get a combination of factors right to end up with the results you want.

Heart and Lungs
Your heart and lungs are about as central to your longevity as any component in your body.  In fact, by taking care of the heart and lungs, you most substantially increase your expectation of long life.  Further, the heart and lungs are so intertwined that early heart transplant surgeries transplanted both organs together.  The recognition of your heart and lungs as the core of your health is not so far fetched.

By the time you are 50-years old, your lung capacity is typically reduced to about 50 percent of your optimum capacity.  This includes not only the couch potato and individual perpetually caught behind the desk, but also the runner, jogger and aerobic and cardiovascular fitness practitioner who use long duration exercise as their exercise model.  This is a serous issue because the lungs are where your body gets its oxygen while the heart provides the essential circulation to all of the components of your body. 

For those who do long duration exercise, instead of building the heart and lungs, these organs adapt, downsize and lean out to the job requirement for the purpose of efficiency.  If, over a period of years, one continues to do long duration, medium/low intensity exercise, either aerobic, cardiovascular or weight training, the heart and lungs downsize to the maximum standardized challenge.  The heart and lungs lean themselves out based on the max that is expected of them.

Low Impact, High Intensity, Short Duration Exercise (IIDE)
Another mode of exercise is called High Intensity, Short Duration Interval Training or High Intensity Interval Training.  The goal is to induce vast flexibility to the heart and lungs by pushing them to their limit for very short periods of time, and then allowing a period of recovery.  What becomes most important is the recovery time, i.e., how long it takes to get back to a normal pulse.  This gets the heart to the top of its game for very short bursts all the while building a great deal of strength and flexibility.  Heart attacks are far less likely with a healthy heart and lungs.

Low Impact, High Intensity, Short Duration Exercise (IIDE) has the added benefit of creating what is called an oxygen debt.  When the lungs are not able to provide enough oxygen for the muscle and the burning of energy, the body goes into oxygen debt which is made up during the recovery period.  This can be identified as panting (winded) as one attempts to rebuild oxygen levels in the blood after intense short bursts of exercise.

Certainly this builds the lungs but most importantly trains the body to process energy differently.  Instead of burning energy from storehouses found in fat, energy is burned (and thus stored) in muscle - the most efficient storage medium.  In the recovery mode, with vast amounts of oxygen available, energy is efficiently converted from fat and stored in the muscle.  Thus you are training your body to become a lean burning machine with the highest level of efficiency available to power your day to day affairs including maintenance and repair, thinking and a refined connection with Source.

Interestingly, medium and low intensity long duration exercise allows energy to be burned at a much slower rate, i.e., from fat and thus you train your body to maintain its fat reserves.  In other words, using the energy in the muscles during high intensity, short duration exercise causes the body to burn fat differently for energy and is a much better way to gain that desired lean, muscled look.  Understanding  the importance of oxygen as the catalyst to release energy gives you a whole new perspective.

The good news?
About four minutes of intense exercise in a 20-minute exercise regime per day is plenty and will definitely give you the endorphin rush and all of the excitement you need to know that you have accomplished your goal. 

Muscle stores energy
Another benefit of Low Impact, High Intensity, Short Duration exercise is the recognition that the energy required to get through your day is best stored in our muscle groups.  While the body can convert fat into ADP for energy, the muscle stores it as __ which is far more efficient.  Thus rebuilding your musculature for the storage of energy is of prime importance.  Converting energy from fat is not only slow, but inefficient.  Rebuilding your largest muscle groups (upper legs and buttocks) allows you the most efficient means of storing energy for your body.

Joints and Bones
Third, muscle holds your body up and takes the load off the joints and tendons.  And while most assume that your bones hold your body up, this is not the case.  Muscle not only holds your body together, muscle offers the spring and tension to take the load off of joints.  100 percent of your muscle can be reestablished and maintained for almost as many years as you wish. 

Maintenance of your musculature is of prime importance.  Joint problems and replacement surgery (as poor as it is is) becomes a thing of the past when one maintains proper muscle tone.  Want to have have strong bones and joints?  Rebuild your muscles and instill tone and flexibility to your muscle groups.   We will speak more of this later.  Time to discover how to exercise.

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