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  • Introduction:

Introduction: If you are doing the, "MHO (Minerals Held Orally)," treatment regularly and are on medication and do not want to be on it and still feel okay, exercise is not merely an option. It is mandatory. Many of us, because of the attrition of our body's mineral content, have let exercise fall to the bottom of our lists of activities to do. Some have even dropped it all together. When we loose our electricity because our bodies loose their mineral content, we no longer have the link that we need to tie the energy that we should have to the matter that we may presently have too much of. Attaching matter to energy at an atomic level is what electricity does.

Biological life is: controling the electricity involved with some amount of matter/electricity/energy in order to control the motions of that unit of living matter/electricity/energya physical bodyto effect other amounts of matter, electricity and energy in the action medium in an advantageous fashion. Advantageous, meaning here: beneficial to the life of the entity that is in control of that amount of matter, electricity and energy. I don't know what the 'secret' aspect about it is, but that is what is occurring with biological units while they are considered to be alive.

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Children of Exercise Mode: Exercise Reqired

 
 

Last Edited on & at: 2011-04-21 22:13 EUST

 

Why the MHO treatment and Exercise work together is that the vigorous activity of exercise serves to pump the spent and unwanted molecular combinations from the body via the lymph system while it serves to increase the rate of the delivery of nutrients, including minerals that are delivered via the MHO treatment by stepping up the motion of the circulation system. Both, working together, increase the activity that produces the electrical phenomena that a person uses to get their body to do what they want it to. The rise in one's ability to control what they can do with their body makes them feel better about living.

Exercising increases the person's electrical wellness, which increases their physical ability. This makes them feel better on two levels: A) Cognitively, they realize that they can do what they want to better, which gives them a reason to feel better and B) they get signals directly from their matter/electricity/energy unit—their physical body—via its nerves that tell them that its systems and processes are working well, which can be just plain old, "Feeling good," or actually experiencing the electrical rush of exhilaration ricocheting through their body that can occur only when the body is adequately ionically supplied and in fine working order.

Being healthy is technologically, socially and economically advantageous to people. However the reason that people want to exercise less the more they age, now a days, is because until they take steps to supply their bodies with an adequate amount of minerals their bodies' mineral content continues to diminish. When they loose their mineral content, they loose the configurable electric phenomena that they need to make their bodies function well. This is because they no longer have the materials in their bodies that they need in them to harness the energy that they need to use to get their bodies moving in the ways that they would like too.

If you had a sled and ten dogs, but you only had one rope, you could only attach one dog to the sled, thus only use one dog to pull the sled, thus not get it very far very fast, but if you had ten ropes you could hook up all ten dogs and easily have the sled pulled along a distance easily and quickly. Our bodies' bioelectricity is the rope that we use to attach the dogs—our energy—to the sled—our matter. MHO plus Exercise makes the strongest rope. When all of your dogs—your energy—are attached to the sled—your matter—you can get your exercise program moving much more easily. MHO decreases your resistance to doing exercise and then doing exercise actually breaks down your resistance to doing more exercise.

People's relationship to exercise is different depending on their bodies' condition. Getting started after a long lay off is never easy. The MHO treatment makes matters much less difficult, all other factors being equal. After about a month of workouts 3 or 4 times per week, changes in the physical dimensions of the body begin to be quite noticeable.

Exercise serves to build muscle which according to scientists uses up to seventeen times as many calories to maintain by weight than fat. This means that your body's muscles burn up the energy in a pint of ice cream where your body's fat reserves will only burn up the energy in one ounce of your favorite flavor. You can combine these facts to form the theory that exercise, because it builds muscles, eliminates fat continually because the "seventeen times" energy burning factor is one of 'maintenance,' not use. Just having muscles, and we all pretty much need them, burns energy at seventeen times the rate that maintaining fat in vivo (live) does. The more you exercise—make and tone muscle—the less your food intake will turn into solid fuel reserves, because that nutrition's energetic component will be used to maintain the support of those muscles. I don't know if that is a secret, but that is why some people seem to be able to eat a pint of ice cream without putting on an ounce and others seem to put on a pint when they eat an ounce. That's the whole difference, the amount of muscle mass. Increase it in your body and it will demand your stored fuel supplies to support its existence and your body will return to a more dynamically proportioned configuration, meaning that you will be able to do more of what you want to do with it at that point.       

What do you do to work out? Remember! Way back there in school they had a program called physical education. They made us do things in it. Sometimes they were even fun things. They would make us do jumping jacks, sit-ups, pushups, squat downs, and stretches. Try starting out with these if you haven't been to the gym for a while. A little exercise goes a long way at first. You don't have to over do it to gain good results. After a while you can consult sources of literature for proper methods and practices to derive the exercise program that you find that you like the best and you can use it to accomplish the goals that you would like to achieve.

I think that the important thing about exercise is not, "What you do," as much as it is, "That you do." Do what you like to do the best, because that is what you will have the least resistance to doing when the time comes around again. If you turn out to be one of those, "No pain no gain," masochists, when you do the MHO treatment I'll bet you won't even be able to knock yourself out, because the configuration of bioelectricity in your body gets optimized via exercise. There is a very marked difference between the output performance of a fully ionically loaded physical body and a merely normally bioelectrically charged one; which is actually inferior due to the lack of minerals in the food that we consume today.

To some well conditioned professional athletes my workout program would just be considered a warm up. My workout has been more extensive than the one entailed in the included chart and prior to getting my body back into a reasonable 'stand-by' condition, my workout has been considerably less than what the included chart shows. I am presently doing this workout one day, skipping a day and and doing a workout. Then skipping two days and doing a workout. Then back to doing a workout and just skipping one day until I do the next one, so it goes WO-skip a day-WO-skip two days-WO-skip a day-WO-skip two days etc. etc.

I ride a bicycle also, which is a thoroughly enjoyable activity. On a bicycle you go fast enough to get ten miles in an hour, but you are going slow enough to stop for anything that you may find interesting to do. When your peddling you're rarely going too fast to stop to find out something that you want to know about what is going on where you happen to be biking. Even when it is nearly bitter cold out, it is comfortable, because in the cold weather your body becomes not only the motor but the heater of the vehicle also—very efficient. I average about 15 miles per week for the year. It is nice that they plough the roads wide enough to accommodate bicycle traffic, but you should take good care to pay attention to the situation that you are in at all times, so that your body doesn't wind up damaged from you trying to keep it in shape.

I've always wanted to be able to sit like a Native American, cross legged and herd that if you did the right stretches, you could do that. I learned stretches from the martial arts books that I got at the library. Doing them now keeps sciatica from occurring around my right hip joint.

Martial arts are valuable to know and do exercises for, because doing the training builds agility, strength and gives one a greater ability to use leverage to gain control over anything that they have to accomplish on a physical plane. Kung Fu means, "Practice to work," so one doesn't do it just to do damage to other bodies. Repairing the damage that occurs to bodies costs money, which would have to be paid for by working, so damaging bodies is not a good solution to a problem. The looser of a war many times winds up to be the victor due to world opinion making the alleged victor pay for the damages that they reeked on their victim. I have even herd a couple of jokes about the phenomena, like, "What, are you crazy? If we win the war then we have to pay the reparations!" It doesn't pay to do damage, merely be damaged the least if it should occur and be able to work most when it is profitable to do so. That is some of what reading martial arts books and practicing has taught me.  

I do 100 jumping jacks to start off with, even before stretches, because that gets the heart pumping, blood circulating the fastest and consequently the physical body warmed up the fastest. From working on my own 'Education' about Exercise, I have learned that it is safer to stretch warm components than cold ones. If you don't have blood going to all of your muscles they won't respond well to what you are trying to get them to do, either. Jumping jacks or jogging in place accomplishes this.

From doing the MHO treatment with Exercise my body is capable of carrying 200 pounds of weight a distance of a half of a mile. I have a standing bet of $1000 posted to back up my claim. My body is 51 plus years used, 6'1 1/2" tall, and weighs approximately 180 pounds now. I have no fear of heart problems or other chronic ailments which I will explain more about on the Nutrition Notes page, which is getting posted next.

I could write a book about Exercise too, but I am trying to tell you that what is better than just exercise is balancing ones efforts at Sleep, Hygiene, Education, Exercise & Nutrition, to gain the most balanced constitution possible.

When I exercised a good deal, possibly too much I sacrificed some of my Education time and that cost me financially, because I lost out on the control of business deals that I could have benefited by. "Loose and learn," that's my motto along with, "If you don't learn, you burn." More experienced and more wise, that's me. This amount of exercise seems enough to keep me fit but I am fit. If you are trying to still get fit and haven't worked a groove into your routine to where it is a big effort to do, get those muscles pumped up, so that they can eat up that extra fuel that you may have collected, because no-one ever told you actually what you needed to do to get rid of it. Now you have read what to do, so this is just between you and your own collection of matter, electricity and energy. The electricity that you gain from doing the MHO treatment will give you the harness that you need to use the energy that the fuel that your body may have stored to make more muscle whose mere existence will serve to burn up the extra fuel that you may have without even working hard. How's that for a deal? 

Finally, please don't damage yourself trying to get into shape. This pep talk will have been wasted if your body has to be repaired because you were trying to get healthy too vehemently or in an incorrect fashion, so make an effort to find out what you really need to know in order to perform the activities that you would like to do to get your body into good physical and bioelectric condition safely, so that you derive only good results from your efforts.

 

Exercise Table1

Date

2003-Sept-24

2003-Oct-27

2004-Jan-16

2005-June-05 [2]
 

2006-March-15 2006-May-21 Future Workout

Bows

W, S, E & N

W, S, E & N

W, S, E & N

W, S, E & N

W, S, E & N W, S, E & N  

Jumping Jacks

100

100

100

Replaced with alternating leg lateral hops

0 0  
Lateral alternating leg lateral hops
with hands on waist (targets abductor muscles while warming up)
I just started these in 2005 so there are no relevant entries for these columns. 100—The stress is on pushing sideways. Roller blading would accomplish the same result, but you can't do that in one single spot. Still doing 100 each alternate leg hops 100  
Neck Windmills

10

10 - 20 10 - 20 each

I am feeling a bit better than I did for the past couple of years. I think my plan to keep my bioelectric system charged up as much as possible, so that it would work as well as possible, while I did what I figured was right to rid my body of the infections that I had acquired, while doing what I found out to do about attenuated (decreased) organ activity seems to have paid off some, so I am getting to exercise a bit more now.

10 - 20 each

 

 
Arm Windmills
Trunk Windmills
Standup straight leg toe reaches with one leg straight out with heel up waist high
Standup straight leg toe reaches with feet together
Standup straight leg toe reaches with with feet moderately apart
Standup straight leg toe reaches with feet spread as wide as possible
Groin stretches with one foot forward
Seated on floor straight leg toe reaches with other leg folded out
Seated on floor straight leg toe reaches with opposing leg folded in
Seated on floor straight leg toe reaches with opposing leg folded out
Seated on floor with soles of feet together, holding feet, forward stretches

Sit-ups

50

50

50

[3]

50 20  

Neck Bridges

22

22

25

[3]

0 0  

Pushups

35

35

42

[3]

15 15  

Knee Bends with 65 pounds of weight

100

100

100

[3]

100 0  
Deep Knee Bends w/o added weight 0 0 0 0 0 1005  

Shoulder Shrugs with 65 pounds of weight 

25

40

40

[3]

0 0  

Pull-ups (palms facing away)

25

33

35

[3]

6 0  

Dips (Palms on two chairs and lowering body between them and up again)

25

30

33

[3]

0 0  

Wrist Curls with 35 pounds of weight 

40

40

50

[3]

0 0  

Combination Presses alternating with Curls Behind the Head with 35 pounds of weight

20

20

20

[3]

0 0  

Curls with 35 pounds of weight 

20

20

50

[3]

0 0  

Shoulder Raises – Side/Vertical
With 10 lbs

10

10

10

[3]

10 [4] 0  

Shoulder Raises – Front/Vertical
With 10 lbs

10

10

10

[3]

10 [4] 0  

Shoulder Raises – Bent Forward
With 10 lbs

30

30

30

[3]

10 [4] 0  
Rise on toes None 30 50 20 0 0  

Blocks, Kicks & Punches

5 minutes worth

5 minutes worth

5 minutes worth

[3]

0 0  
Bows

W,S,E & N

W,S,E & N

W,S,E & N

W,S,E & N

W,S,E & N W,S,E & N  

[1] This chart is presented as more of an example of one person's effort (mine, in this case) to keep track of what is going on with their effort to optimize their biophysical functionality than a recommendation on what particular exercises should be done in a workout. The dated workouts are examples of steady work, not the only days that I have worked out during the so traversed time period.

[2] Actually, I have been doing only this much of a workout pretty much once a day for about the past year due to temporary (I hope) biotechnical difficulties that are the result of some curiously mysterious infections that invaded my physical body over the 2003 - 2004 winter season. I do the stretches pretty much every day, trying to push a tiny bit in the directions that soreness is exhibited. I don't know if this is an exactly correct way to obtain the most rapid improvement possible, but I am not recommending here exactly what should be done to improve one's biophysical condition via exercise, but rather that something should be done to improve one's biophysical condition via exercise.

[3] (Note written: 2005's June's 05'th) Temporarily (hopefully) suspended from workout due to biotechnical difficulties.

[4] (Note written: 2006's March's 15'th) I am using 15 pound weights in either hand for this now.

[5] (Note written: 2006's May's 21'st) I am presently working a physical body whose filtration elements and systems seem to be functioning somewhat sub-optimally. Due to this problem, its (my physical body's) present energy production, endurance and strength levels are lower than what they used to be at the beginning of this experiment, among other function issues. Ergo, I am focusing my exercise effort on areas that are of more primary concern to me presently. I'm working more now building up my lower body, as I enjoy bicycle riding. Also, I've noticed that I presently have poorer circulation in my lower extremities than upper. This is another reason that I am focusing exercise attention on my legs, rather than my arms. Although I have been standing, rather than sitting at my computer since 2004, my left knee seems to have suffered some deterioration from what I figure is caused by a lack of proper nutrition and waste removal due to  a lack of continual use and poor circulation in that appendage. Doing the one-hundred deep knee bends per day (actually 150, because I do a set of 50 in the evening also) causes the joint to crack and pop a lot and I figure dislodge incorrectly growing formations and release them back into the circulatory system. Plus I think that the activity also induces it to call for reconstruction materials so it can get to work better than it has recently functioned. I hope to update this knee issue more formally on a page that will specifically focus on my own personal structural system remedies, which seem to be working very well for me when I get the combination correct.