Is your exercise a body fit?

Ever wonder why just about everybody at the gym looks so young? That’s because they are, chronologically. Of course, it’s one thing to exercise when you’re young, it’s another to stay as young with exercise during your entire lifespan. Don’t have to, of course, but you may want to.

Exercise, believe it or not, is the fastest way to balance body pH (essential for faster weight loss & conditioning without immune-stress aging). Exercise is also the fastest way to imbalance body pH (which hammers the immune system accelerating aging). It all depends on whether your exercise is a partial body fit or an exact body fit. An exact  body fit always restores acid-base equilibrium, and a partial body fit always disrupts the chemical balance of the blood and cellular fluid.

Since the rest of the body doesn’t use up extra oxygen as fast as muscle tissue does, deep organs provide a ready storehouse for oxygen reserves. All exercise stimulates nerves and glands to varying degrees, however unless you can systematically amplify circulation in the neural and endocrine centres in the correct sequence that eliminates competition for oxygen between deep organ tissues you can’t expect to experience equal V02max in both small and large muscles throughout the body – as well as in the organs – which is the pre-requisite for balancing body pH balance. Usually there’s no shortcut to exercise because the less you workout the slower the results. It takes a new paradigm to get more out of exercise, faster.

The degree to which your workout fits your body has a lot to do with how motivated we are to train hard and push ourselves to peak performance , and the tools we have to do so without getting old before our time. Of course the vast majority of the population don’t have the motivation to exercise nearly enough, and therefore age just as fast. That’s the rub, isn’t it? How do we fit the body so comprehensively that we can participate safely in competitive sports without endangering our health, and yet exercise with the ease, speed, and elegance to ignite passion for weight loss in a couch potato? It’s a revolutionary concept whose time has come.

Fitness trainers, athletes, and industry leaders have no choice but to train rigorously for competition. Standard training utilizing Specific Adaptation to Imposted Demands (SAID) fits the body to a certain point. SAID conditioning no matter how sports specific, is a partial fit, and that usually becomes very obvious around the age of about 35 when degeneration exceeds recovery. If we don’t want normal day-to-day tension and intends sports training to dampen our spirits and damage our results, exercise design need to consciously take over where our body leaves off. Yoga traditionally has done this, however if it’s not done slowly in the traditional way it can be really hard on the body when our mind overpowers our physical capacity.

Achieving the ultimate purpose of exercise: rejuvenation, requires a normal slightly alkaline body pH so all cells can fire at maximum capacity, otherwise acidity produced by stress tends to draw minerals from vital organs, bones, and hair. Sustaining the integrative anti-aging effect of all-day acid base equilibrium also has a lot to do with the ongoing development of our mind. Balancing the pH daily is what keeps both brain and body vital at any age. Although metabolic rate goes up with any kind of exercise that gets the heart pumping, chemical balance  is also disrupted as soon as breathing quickens. Yoga can balance oxygen levels in all the tissues if done in the traditional way over long hours. But how can we accomplish this quickly within a few minutes when and where we need it?

You know immediately when normal pH balance is disrupted during exercise  because the energy drops. To compress restoration of chemical balance into minutes we need to accelerate the speed of oxygen delivery in all tissues without stress, otherwise it can take the kidneys hours if not days to neutralize body pH (no matter how much water you drink) after a ‘no pain no gain’ workout. Even the most well thought-out fitness program tailored to your individual needs cannot normalize metabolic pH fast enough to be sustainable long term without including this element. It takes specialized engineering to fit the body at the deeper physiological level; and distributing ionic energy evenly through all organs, glands and tissues is the challenge.

As it turns out, what is, is, and similar doesn’t cut it. Since aerobic homeostatic Peak Metabolic Potential™ (PMP™)  cannot be achieved with a partial body fit, and since stress accelerates acid degeneration, exercise not only needs to put all muscle groups into balance, it also needs to balance the pH acidity of blood and cellular fluid if we want to go beyond the limits of what nature provides (even with the best genes). It’s impossible for the human organism to sustain acid-base equilibrium at  peak metabolic rate without an exact body fit at the DNA  level. The good news is that simply by adding a warm-up cool down that does fit the body to your regular training routine you can restore body pH in minutes. The more comprehensive a program of physical exercise is, the more enjoyable. The usual soreness and stiffness after a good workout disappears as if by magic. It’s a wonderful feeling.

Build your knowledge. The technique is now available, it’s easily accessible, and you may as well use it if you’re serious about what you’re doing. When homeostasis, usually disrupted by physical exertion, is sustained even as heart rate reaches training levels, the result is restoration of body pH with speed and ease. The physiologic laws for compression of acid base equilibrium are very precise. To achieve this feat this fast we’ve used contemporary methods to design exercise that warms up the body from the inside out, not the outside in, organs first then muscles.  If you have the passion for accomplishment… 0pt in here.

ANNOUNCEMENT:

Currently Body’Fit pH Fitness™ (short form… pHx™) isn’t available to the general public, please contact Meta Living Design for details.

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2 thoughts on “Is your exercise a body fit?

  1. I find that at 52, many people want to say, you don’t look that old. Well, to be honest, somedays find me feeling that old. We can still work out hard as we age but, as you state in your article, our routines have to be adjusted to fit our bodies.

    I am a yoga practitioner, not a hop around from pose to pose asana practitioner. The strenuous type of exercise yoga does have it’s place and, from time to time, I will go to that type of class. However, to find an instructor that will actually instruct you on how to deepen the pose while you are being encouraged and instructed on how to breath, during the class, is, frankly, becoming rare.

    In today’s health club influenced yoga classes, most people want strenuous exercise and they want to be distracted from what is occurring within. The importance of deeply and fully breathing, it’s effects on one’s well being and developing an awareness of it has really lost importance. This is truly sad because, as we age, if we have not truly developed this ability, it does diminish.

    Thank you for the article. I hope that you do not mind my long-winded response to your writing.

    • I thoroughly appreciate for your thoughtful sincere comment, it takes a special kind of internal honesty to express the truth.

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