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Type A and Hard Exercise


QUESTION

I have been following ER4YT for about six weeks now and am very pleased with the way I've been feeling. I have more energy , less tired muscles and as an added bonus I've lost 12 lbs. I am an A type and my question is: As a letter carrier I am required to walk about 8 miles a day carrying weights up to 40 lbs. I know that my preferred form of exercise should be yoga but I can't afford to quit my job. Is there anything I should be doing in the way of diet or supplements to lessen the effects of such strenuous exercise?


ANSWER

Over-exercised type A's tend to have higher levels of cortisol which can result in fatigue and muscle weakness. Try 250mg of vitamin C (any form is fine) daily. It may help balance this out.




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