Sun Nov 02, 2008 11:15 pm
Page wrote:Sports does help with some of the symptoms.
About a year ago, I started to lift weights. The first few times were rather humiliating, but I eventually got to the point where I could perform nearly as well as everyone else. ( Bench press, squats, and arm curls are the most important things to focus on from my experience) I no longer have problems with fatigue and my endurance is as high as it has ever been. Unfortunately, it does not fix coordination issues, but I can live with that. getting access to a weight room costs money each month, but it's worth it to me. I also balance the weights with some cardio. (swimming is good)
I've also taken up gardening. Digging in the thick clay soil of Alabama with a shovel is also good exercise, and clearing a patch of ground the size of the average table top is enough to tire anyone out!
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I would like to try martial arts someday because I think it would just be another good outlet for me to deal with some of my feelings.
Wed Nov 12, 2008 4:48 am
You have to be extremely careful with weights because they could a massive amount of damage to your body if not done correctly