Exercises

Find the workout that best matches your blood type

No one can deny the importance of tailoring workout to best match the fitness level. The blood type workout is a novel fitness program that assures quick and stable outcome; especially when combined with a diet best recommended as per blood type. This triad shares a strong relation to compliment a good health. Find here, the four blood types and recommended workouts with a few dietary recommendations.

Blood type “O”

People with this blood type needs workout more and use it as an emotional outlet to fight their stress/anxiety and lift the mood.   Individuals having blood type-O tend to be tough and athletic. As a replacement for of hunting meals, try intense workouts such as;

–           Interval training

–           Running, and

–           Plyometric

 

Recommended diet

Limit the intake of processed carbs and dairy products.

Blood type A

The DNA of people with blood type-A resembles ancient farmers, who were active and involved in less intense activities. This is because any intense exercise may increase stress hormone level that would lead to muscle fatigue. Prefer calm activities; especially ones that protect joints (example yoga and isometric exercise).

Recommended diet

Prefer vegetarian diet, fresh fruits, fish and whole grains.

Blood type B

People having this blood type will enjoy group workouts that have low impact. Try playing tennis, cycling, and even resistance training could work for you.

Recommended diet

You can enjoy eating dairy products, meat, and also add fresh fruits and vegetables to your menu.

Blood type AB

An intense session may cause stress or fatigue. Make yourself stick more to moderate exercises, such as; brisk walking, playing golf or simply dancing. Try to suppress anger and lift mood through yoga.

Recommended diet

Eat fresh fruits, vegetables and whole grains more but avoid eating red meat.

It is quite easy to get the desired results through regular workout and eating healthier; especially those matching your blood type.

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Rob Wart