When you exercise you use a lot of energy. How does this result in increased energy? You are electro-magnetic. The word energy needs to be defined as electro-magnetic charge and not chemicals that induce an excitatory state in the body. The body so very intelligently has a system where motion is used to generate electromagnetic energy. This is called the Piezoelectric Effect.
In the picture above you see how motion can be used to generate power outside the body. This is the same mechanism that the body uses internally but the light bulb is the brain. This motion based electro-magnetic charge increase is a feedback loop to the brain that then increases your biological charge.
Exercise has far less to do with fat loss, muscle growth or chemical health. These are all things that result from increased charge in the body. The more charge (which is electro-magnetic aka light) in the body you have, the better all your biochemical functions will be. Exercise helps with sleep not just because you are tired from the work but because increased charge allows for the circadian (time clock) mechanisms in your body to engage the proper recovery frequencies (natural micro waves that communicate to your dividing cells). This happens as a result of increased charge that takes place while you sleep.
Fitness people will tell you how important recovery is but do not often tell you the way your body knows how to recover in your sleep and how to engage hormones (like growth hormone) is completely contingent on the strength of your frequency that's dictated by charge.
I can't help but suggest that anyone interested in increased recovery from exercise look into getting a Magnetico Sleep Pad.
Magnetism changes at night as we sleep. This is a theory I have about how the earths magnetism at night is altered due to the lack of competition from the sun's magnetosphere during the day. The charge you generate through motion during the day is expressed at night in the magnetic field as you sleep, leading to recovery which allows for more charge generation during the day and so on. Nature has opposites, cycles, and feedback loops and is always powered electro-magnetically.
This explanation of the Piezoelectric Effect seems to explain why sprints may generate more charge than distance running as there is a large amount of charge generated in a small period of time that is not off-set by increased wear and tear on the body. The more wear and tear the less the charge generated will be used for increased health and the more it will be used to repair the body.
In the same way that negative thoughts make it more likely to have more negative thoughts or positive thoughts make it more likely to have positive ones, a low charge person in less likely to work-out which in turn will decrease their charge and thus the cycle continues. We have to intervene our negative trends and begin to increase charge in any number of ways. Increasing our energy margin will allow us to do more which will increase our charge more and so on.
It is important to exercise in nature as the light, air, and lack of wifi (hopefully) will result in the optimization of the Piezoelectric Effect.
In the past the classic physiques in body building where often built outside in the sun on the beach. Now the guys working out under blue light surrounded by wifi are having to take far more steroids and fake tans to try to masquerade as nature-made bodies.
We are mobile devices. Our bio-tech is amazingly developed to make use of the behaviors that we evolved in to increase the power that we need assist in powering the system. Nature is the solution so get outdoors and move. It doesn't matter how.
If you increase your charge and set your circadian biology to nature all your bio-tech (your body and chemistry) will improve.
Talk to your fitness trainers and gyms about the Piezoelectric Effect. If they don't know about it they should let you work out at ......no charge (haha)! This is the real reason exercise matters.
Rob Alexander is on a journey to learn not just about health but everything else.
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