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TEOMCROTE = TEOTWAWKI on steroids! The End Of Mankind's Current Reign Over The Earth takes into account that our ancestors were neither suicidal, stupid, nor our genetic inferiors but still wound up getting wiped off the Earth. Whereas CSER [cser.org: Centre for Study of Existential Risk] tries to PREVENT this dispensation from coming to an end, TEOMCROTE works from the eventuality/possibility/probability that the end our age takes place and what to do then

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- ]Mercola article: The Cancer Fighting Trick Which Can Help Burn Away Excess Pounds

- to Lose Weight Without Exercise

- ]Mercola: The Major Exercise Mistake I Made for Over 30 Years...

Running: This Popular Exercise - As It Shrinks Your Muscle and Accelerates Aging

- Stressed Women Age Much Faster If They Fail to Do This

- Blood Sugar Within 24 Hours, After Just 1 Session

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%e2%80%93-sports-medicine-%e2%80%93-yoga/marty-gallagher-fitness-author-and-powerlifting-champion-and-coach-making-muscle-and-transforming-your-body-july-21-2011/]Marty Gallagher

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This Popular Exercise - As It Shrinks Your Muscle and Accelerates Aging

"[anaerobic-, aerobic- and cardiovascular training] are all kind of false constructs created by the fitness industry," Dr. McGuff says. "The first thing you have to realize is that to do cardiovascular exercise, the only way that you can access the cardiovascular system is by performing mechanical work with muscle.

Now, you can do that on an elliptical; you can do it on a Schwinn Airdyne, or you can do it on quality weight training equipment, or with a barbell. As long as you're doing mechanical work with muscle, you're accessing the cardiovascular system…

If you look at cellular metabolism, that sort of work, whether you're doing aerobic low-intensity work or high-intensity work, proceeds to a certain shuttle. You take glucose into the cell and you go through glycolysis… [which turns it] into pyruvate. That pyruvate is then moved into the mitochondria, where it goes through a cycle of chemical reactions in the presence of oxygen. What occurs from glucose to pyruvate is—in the absence of oxygen—the the anaerobic metabolism… Then the pyruvate gets moved into the mitochondria, that becomes your aerobic metabolism.

But you cannot carry out any aerobic work without doing anaerobic work first. The aerobic cycle cannot even run unless it has the substrate delivered from the anaerobic cycle. The anaerobic cycle can deliver that substrate faster than the mitochondria can use it. So if you want an aerobic workout, the best way to do it is by delivering that substrate as fast as possible, and that requires high-intensity exercise."

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10 Surprising Times to Hit the Gym


Surprising Times to Hit the Gym
1. Recovering from Surgery
2. You Have a Cold
3. Headaches
4. Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)
5. Pregnancy
6. Osteoarthritis or Joint Pain
7. Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
8. Menopause
9. Chronic Pain
10. Quitting Smoking
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Your Youth Hormone by 771% in Just 20 Minutes
Phil Campbell is a true veteran in the field of fitness with over 35 years experience in training professional athletes. Over the years Phil has worked with 18,000 athletes, teaching them how to run faster with the proper speed technique.
For those who are not yet familiar with Peak Fitness, it works because it engages your fast and super-fast twitch muscle fibers, which promotes human growth hormone (HGH), a synergistic, foundational biochemical underpinning that helps make your strength training and everything else work like a charm, and effectively burns off calories.
Phil explains: "Most exercise programs today are built based upon a very incomplete picture of the physiology of your body. For example, long slow cardio, "calories in, calories out," would be a perfect way to look at the body if it were all slow-twitch fiber … [but] there are three muscle fiber types: slow, fast and super-fast … both those types of fast-twitch fibers are essentially 50 percent of your muscle fibers that don't get recruited until you add a velocity of movement."
If you don't actively engage and strengthen all three muscle fiber types and energy systems, then you're not going to work both processes of your heart muscle. Many mistakenly believe that cardio works out your heart muscle, but what you're really working is your slow twitch muscle fibers. You're not effectively engaging the anaerobic process of your heart. Fortunately Peak Fitness type exercises however, do address these fibers and metabolic systems.
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Busy to Exercise? Get Fit in 3 Minutes a Week
By doing just three minutes of High Intensity Training (HIT) a week for four weeks, you could see significant changes in important health indices.
At some research centers, participants were able to improve their insulin sensitivity an average of 24 percent with as little as three minutes of HIT per week.
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minute workout based on Tarahumara principles workout.
YouTube vid on the 10 minute:
3 x super slow
5 x quick
hold for 5 seconds

Bursts of High-Intensity Exercise Gives You More Benefits in Less Time
According to a study presented at the Canadian Cardiovascular Congress 2010 in Montreal, regular exercise reduces cardiovascular risk by a factor of two or three. But the extended vigorous exercise performed during a marathon raises cardiac risk by seven-fold! Long-distance running also leads to high levels of inflammation that may trigger cardiac events and damage your heart long after the marathon is over.
In a study published in the Journal of Applied Physiology, researchers recruited a group, members of the 100 Marathon club, athletes who had completed a minimum of 100 marathons; half of the older lifelong athletes showed some heart muscle scarring as a result, and they were specifically the men who had trained the longest and hardest.
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]Jogging in a forest twice as good for you as jogging in a gym
Researchers at Glasgow University, who looked at natural and non-natural environments for physical activity and examined walking, running and cycling found that working out with nature - a stroll in a park or a jog through a forest - lowered stress and improved a person's mental health by as much as 50 percent. People suffering from depression and anxiety would get a net positive effect from exercising in or near woodlands. Only activities which were done outside, in a natural environment, were associated with improved mental health.
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]Al Carter with Cancer Survivor Kate English – Pumping the Lymphatic System, Strengthening the Immune System and Overcoming Disease with Rebound Exercise
Interview with Al Carter and cancer survivor Kate English who healed stage 4 uterus cancer by rebounding.

Interesting note in this interview: rebounding for just ONE MINUTE several times a day is the most efficient and impactful way to rebound. Every hour is what someone with cancer should do.
Kate also states that the ReboundAir is many times better than mainstream rebounders.

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