electric feet

The gym is so weird. Every time I go there there’s something new. This time it felt like I had ants in my feet trying to make it up to my nut sack. And, why do women wear so much perfume. It just gets all in your lungs and you can hardly breathe and every time you take a breath for 15 minutes after, you have that smell in your nose that seems to go straight to the brain.



ammonia brain



  • Abnormal movements or shaking of hands or arms.
  • Agitation, excitement, or seizures (occur rarely)
  • Disorientation.
  • Drowsiness or confusion.
  • Behavior or personality changes.
  • Slurred speech.
  • Slowed or sluggish movement.
  • Reddening of the eyes, especially when you sweat.
  • Causes non stop chatter and synapses to fire due to the overload of potassium chloride.

So if you ever have sharp pains to the liver, where the hepatic blood vessels go to cleanse the blood from foreign substances, then you might suffer these symptoms. You ever heard of the term bat shit crazy, that because bats defecate high quantities of ammonia and if you are ever in a bat cave, you need to wear a protective mask.

To help, eat items that have peppermint, spearmint or any kind of mint. It helps reduce the amount of potassium chloride and it cleanses the blood.

No wonder Batman goes around jumping from building to building, he’s crazy.


thumbs eyes

I don’t what it is but every time I go to the gym, my thumbs and eyes feel electric. My wrists and elbows and forearms and biceps hurt. And a feeling of high irritation comes over me. It’s generally at the gym. Maybe I’m doing something wrong because everyone else except for a few are playing on their phones but they don’t seem to have that electric irritation.



The cardiovascular system is something that takes a lifetime to keep in shape. You can take breaks but if you stop completely, diseases like high blood pressure, heart disease, obesity and high cholesterol will eventually settle and call you a home. I suffered two cardiac episodes in my life, not waiting around for a third, which they usually say is the fatal one. Oddly, they occurred after injuries to my back that prevented me from running. So if you’re like me, an active person that has suffered a set back, then you have to find alternative measures to keeping that heart in shape. We’ll start with the best cardiovascular workout and move on down the list.

  1. Running – Gets the heart moving and strengthens your body while shedding calories
  2. Swimming – If you’re like me, you can’t run anymore, then swimming is an excellent substitute for running.
  3. Boxing Routine – If you’re like me, don’t have a swimming pool and you have to use the one at the gym, which is always crowded, then a boxing routine is a great exercise. It’s like running with your arms. It includes skipping rope, which I can’t do nearly as well anymore (painful), shadow boxing, hitting a heavy bag, punching the mitts and working the speed bag. I did this routine when I was younger after injuring my ankle and when I went for a run, it was like I had never stop running. Except for some weakness in the legs, I ran a mile in a little over 5 minutes and wasn’t winded.
  4. Cycling – Amazing for the cardiovascular system without the pounding on the knees but it has some effects on your lower back.
  5. Weight training – Lots of reps with medium and low weights, nothing heavy, the goal here is to get your heart moving, not to look like the hulk. You should superset, work two muscle groups at a time, to confuse the muscles and get your heart working from two different muscle areas.