Re: >H Re: Free-Rads, Parenteral Dieting, Nutrient Deficiency, Blood Content, Exercise (long post)

Angelo Cerchione (
Thu, 30 Oct 1997 20:35:08 -0500

> >
> > >Let's not forget isometric exercises, working muscles against each other
> > >like the bicept/tricept "show me your muscle" pose.
> >
> > I don't think isometrices will fulfill the function of either aerobics
> > (heart, lung, arteries, veins, immune system, happy endorphins, etc( or
> > weight work (prevent osteoporosis).
> Clinch every muscle in your body for a few minutes
> and see if you heart is not racing.
> It won't build alot of strength
> and won't put alot of strain on most bones,
> you are right.
> About endorphins,
> have you ever heard of anyone being able to release them at will?
Actually, I've done this a few times, having gotten the idea out of some
book or other, but it's been a while since I did it. A good text on
biofeedback might have a decent explanation of the process and how you
can best achieve it.

> > >Sorry, I don't often give references for my beliefs,
> > >I'm too busy preparing for the possiblities.
> >
> > But you *do* need to take time to read and understand the science
> > behind those possibilties!
> I can not prepare for things I do not understand. ;-)
Great! So reading yet another book won't be too much of a burden. Just
don't strain yourself when you're flipping the pages. =)

Warm greetings to all,
Ralph A. Cerchione