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Ok, so we got the items and weapons to be ready for zombies but do we are fit enough for them? we don't know if we are going to face running zombies or slow zombies. What good work outs would be great to fight off zombies. Also what part of the body work out more? one last thing there is more then just running, you are not going to running all the time. Fight for once.

 

Lord Hellfire,

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"First to Fight,Last to Die" 

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Stop Smoking Nutritional Protocol
by Ed Bauman, Ph.D. and Catherine McConkie, RRT, NC

Smoking is the most preventable cause of death in the world. It causes lung cancer, heart disease, and emphysema, all grueling and lethal illnesses. What most fail to recognize is that there are significant events related to smoking that lead up to this final collapse of organ function--the tremendous toxic load and nutritional burden that occur when one uses cigarettes and other tobacco products. Functional compromise begins to be evidenced by such benign signs as chronic cough, hoarseness, wrinkling, and lowered immunity.
Okay, enough of the bad news. Through targeted diet, herbal and nutrient support, you can quit smoking permanently. The foundation of our research and nutritional support program for smokers is based on blood sugar regulation and adrenal support. Also addressed are the co-existent issues of toxicity and nutrient depletion.

Our Stop Smoking Program
During a 4–8 week interval, attention is given to incorporating into the diet specific foods that help build and stabilize body systems, ones that are high in amino acids, essential fatty acids, antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals. We consider this period to be like preparing for an athletic event—one must take care to get adequate training, rest, and conditioning in order to succeed.

Dietary Recommendations
The purpose of the Eating for Health™ food plan is to restore and replenish nutrient reserves. Emphasis is placed on a minimally processed, whole foods diet which is seasonal and organic whenever possible. Whole foods that are close to their natural state contain a healthy balance of nutrients, unlike processed foods that have had nutrients stripped and then added back along with additives, stabilizers, and preservatives. Abundant fresh vegetables and moderate fruit become excellent primary sources of crucial vitamins, minerals, and accessory nutrients. At this point diet is geared towards building, with adequate intake of about 20-25% high-quality proteins, 50-55% complex carbohydrates, and 20-25% healthy fats.
Consume 15 grams of protein plus EFA at breakfast to help feed the endocrine system. (Eat small amounts of protein at every meal.) Sugar cravings can be representative of protein deficiency at the cellular level. Good sources of protein include cold water fish, lean poultry, lean pork, lamb, and beef (organic is best for all animal sources), nuts and seeds, yogurt, cottage cheese, eggs, tofu, tempeh, legume and whole grain combinations.
Limit simple sugars such as honey, fruits, and juices to one-third your carbohydrate intake. Increase your intake of fresh vegetables to 5-7 servings daily.

Booster Foods
Booster foods are those that are nutrient-dense and exert beneficial effects in the body. Garlic, as an example, is high in sulfur and selenium, and helps pull cadmium from the body (a toxic mineral by-product of smoking). Garlic is beneficial to the immune system, is antimicrobial and anti-viral, and helps lower blood pressure and cholesterol. Ginger has antioxidant properties, and stimulates circulation and digestion. Cayenne aids digestion and circulation and is good for the heart, lungs, kidneys, spleen, stomach, and pancreas.

Green powder blends (spirulina, blue green algae, chlorella, etc.) are an excellent source of protein and essential fatty acid content, and a good source of trace minerals, B vitamins, beta-carotene, and enzymes.

Sea vegetables cleanse the lymphatics, alkalize the blood, and support the endocrine and central nervous system. They are also soothing to mucosal membranes, and aid elimination.

Fluid Intake
Drink at least 1.5-2 liters of water, mineral broths, and herbal teas daily. Adequate fluid intake is essential for replenishing and counteracting the effects of the heating, drying, and acidifying effects of smoking. We recommend a tea formulated by Christopher Hobbs called Polari Tea. It is a blend of fennel, flax, fenugreek, peppermint, burdock root, and licorice root. These are all herbs which act to enhance digestion and assist in cleansing the blood and liver of stored toxins.

Supplements for your Quit Smoking Program
Supplementation is an integral part of our stop smoking plan, in complement with diet. One thousand milligrams of vitamin C is recommended four times daily in divided doses, as your body is severely depleted of vitamin C by smoking. This nutrient is an instrumental antioxidant, neutralizing toxic by-products.

Other Recommended Supplements:
High Potency Multi-vitamin with extra antioxidants:
Take 2 capsules 3 times a day with meals.
Blood Sugar Regulating Complex:
Take 1 capsule 3 times a day with meals.
L-Glutamine: take 1000 mg 3 times a day between meals.
L-Cysteine: 400 mg 1-2 times daily on an empty stomach.
Antioxidant formula: take 2 capsules, 1–2 times a day.

Things to Avoid
When stopping smoking, you should avoid white sugar and white flour products such as flour breads, candy, pastries, cookies, soda, and sugary juices. These foods deplete nutrients and create an acid condition in the body. Stay away from highly processed and prepared foods. In addition, avoid deep fried foods, margarines, lard, and commercial oils, because they generate inflammatory and oxidative reactions.

Oral Substitutes/Things to do with your hands
Eat carrot and celery sticks
Chew Gum
Suck on licorice sticks or toothpicks
Take 10 deep breaths
Rub on smooth stones
Draw

Smoking is a harmful and difficult addiction that is associated with tremendous negative health consequences and significant toxicity. There are absolutely no adverse outcomes associated with improving one’s nutritional status and only long-term benefits to be reaped, such as increased sense of well being, improved health, vitality, and living smoke-free. Christine Gorman in a Time Magazine article reminds us of an important quitter’s mantra: “Nobody ever died from giving up smoking. It’s time to kick your butts and get on the road to recovery.”
yes quit the smokes ASAP!
Komard Sunyak has the idea, he is dead on with the legs.. i can ran 2 miles at 16:45 at times lol... but if i am jogging i can do it in 30 min.'s yea slow i guess...also quit smoking is also a good idea but don't try to go cold tuskry. Good job Komard Sunyak
Smoking will only slow you down Komradz.
ive been working on all my muscles cuz you never know what situation you will come across during tha apocalypse but if i would have to pick to main things to work on it would prolly be cardio and your upper body
Yeah gonna have to stop smoking, quit the caffeine, but the one thing that will be the hardest is my meds some of them are mandatory :(
I'm amazed when I go to a mall and see how many out of shape people I see from teens to old folks. The joke about two guys in the wilderness running into a grizzly bear, and one takes off running, the other one says " you can't out run a grizzly bear" the guy yells back " I don't need to out run the bear I just need to out run you " Cardio is the most important thing you can do for fitness and weight lifting a close second. I have a matial arts dojo and prison yard gym as my friends call it with weights I've been buying for years at a weekend flea market just a few miles from my house. I also was a competition road racer about 12 years ago, and have been bike riding for the past 23 years. It's a fun way to stay in shape and you can check out the other kids neighborhoods (recon). I ride about 26 -30 miles a day and my cardio allows me to play basketball full court with people half my age. About twice a week I do sprints at the high school track.

Even in moutain biking I'm prepared and never unarmed. Just like a F-16 carries misslies for defence so does my bike.

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i like the idea you have there on the spikes. very nice.
nice, any more ideas on what else to put?
The Billy Blanks Boot Camp keeps me in shape.

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one thing that will help stay in tune is a good brisk walk. you can walk for miles if you take your time and make the most of it. plus it will build up stamina for the long walk if you should happen to need to bug out of where you are dug in at.
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If you got these rage type track stars like in 28 Days Later chasing your ass, I think the casualty rate among citizens is gonna go up.

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