Exercise Tips for Blood Type B

Moderate Physical Exercise with Mental Balance.

blood-type-exersice-insidePhysical activities are essential to maintain a balanced body and mind. Regular, consistent exercise can lead to substantial long-term health benefits.

Regular exercise will bring remarkable changes to your body, metabolism, and heart, and it is also considered vital for maintaining mental fitness. It has a unique capacity to exhilarate, relax, provide stimulation, calm, counter depression, and dissipate stress.

The mental benefits of exercise have a neurochemical basis. Exercise reduces levels of the body’s stress hormones, such as adrenaline and cortisol. It also stimulates the production of endorphins, chemicals in the brain that are the body’s natural painkillers and mood elevators.

Type B’s confront stress very well because they blend easily into unfamiliar situations. They will do well with exercises that are neither too aerobically intense nor completely aimed at mental relaxation. The ideal balance for many type B’s is moderate activities that involve other people.

Try these exercising tips:

  1. Choose exercise activities that you enjoy.
  2. Vary the type of physical exercise so you work on different muscle groups.
  3. Try to exercise outside. Sun and fresh air, especially in a relaxing, natural environment, are energizing and will strengthen the body-mind connection.
  4. Choose moderate activities. Strenuous exercise that strains your body is not necessary for your type.
  5. Try integrating physical activity that strengthens the body-mind connection, which can have a profound impact on your overall state of being, as they work on the body-mind as a single entity.

The following exercises reduce stress, and boost feelings of joy and well-being:

They are the most stress-reducing practices for your type. To achieve a consistent release of tension and revival of energy, perform one or more of these exercises few times weekly. Finish every workout with stretching exercises.

WaterAi Chi30-45 minutes2-3 times weekly
WaterAqua Cycling30-45 minutes3-4 times weekly
WaterAqua Pilates30-45 minutes2-3 times weekly
WaterAqua Spinning30-60 minutes3-4 times weekly
WaterAqua Stretching10-15 minutes
WaterAqua Walking30-60 minutes3-4 times weekly
WaterAqua Yoga30-45 minutes3-5 times weekly
WaterAqua Zumba®45-60 minutes 2-3 times weekly
WaterSwimming30-45 minutes3-4 times weekly
WaterWater Aerobics45-60 minutes3-4 times weekly
Racquet SportsTable Tennis45-60 minutes3-4 times weekly
Racquet SportsTennis45-60 minutes3-4 times weekly
OutdoorCycling30-60 minutes4-6 times weekly
OutdoorGolf55-60 minutes2-3 times weekly
OutdoorHiking30-60 minutes4-6 times weekly
OutdoorKayaking30-60 minutes3-4 times weekly
OutdoorPower Walking35-45 minutes2-3 times weekly
OutdoorRock Climbing30-60 minutes2-3 times weekly
OutdoorRollerblading30-60 minutes3-4 times weekly
OutdoorWalking30-60 minutes3-4 times weekly
Martial ArtsQui-gong30-45 minutes2-3 times weekly
Martial ArtsTai Chi30-45 minutes2-3 times weekly
GYMCycling25-30 minutes2-3 times weekly
GYMElliptical30-35 minutes2-3 times weekly
GYMGymnastics Exercises [1]30-35 minutes2-3 times weekly
GYMRowing7-15 minutes2-6 times weekly
GYMSkipping Rope5-25 minutes2-6 times weekly
GYMSpinning30-60 minutes3-4 times weekly
GYMStairmaster7-15 minutes2-3 times weekly
Fitness ClassAerobics45-60 minutes3-4 times weekly
Fitness ClassDancing30-45 minutes3-5 times weekly
Fitness ClassHata Yoga30-45 minutes2-3 times weekly
Fitness ClassPilates30-45 minutes2-3 times weekly
Fitness ClassStretching10-15 minutes
Fitness ClassYoga30-45 minutes2-3 times weekly
Fitness ClassZumba®45-60 minutes3-4 times weekly
[1] Gymnastics exercises includes: lunge (exercise), jumping jacks, sit-ups, crunches, push-ups, pull-ups, squats, calf-raises, dips, flutter kick, plank
Find an exercise routine that works for you and make it part of your daily routine.

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