You can get several resources in the web that give you sound advice on various aspects of physical fitness, like this one. In addition, you get comprehensive websites like Bodybuilding.com, where you can get videos of individual workouts you want to do perfectly, or get more knowhow. I prefer the blogs, finding them free of commercial disturbances.
In all these sites, you can find how exercise builds up your muscles, controls your blood pressure and your heart rate, bring your blood sugar levels down, and so many other things. The only thing exercise does not seem to do is to give you a hard-on.
Let us not, however, get distracted into that related minefield of calories and pelvic thrusts.
I have had a unique benefit from exercise, specifically stretching. This particular stretch consists of lying down supine, one knee folded on the other, and bringing the other knee to the chest, thereby stretching the folded one. I am sure this description is very clear, similar to the various descriptions of the Hadron Collider experiment and the physics behind it.
Okay, let me give it its proper name: the pyriformis-gluteus stretch.
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This morning, as I was doing this, I heard an enormous pop from my right knee. If Usain Bolt had farted while running the 200 meter sprint, it must have been recorded in history as a similar sound. I am, rest assured, no Usain Bolt, either in running or in other matters. I checked my knee, and sure enough, it looked to be in one piece.
I had a long history of a cyst in the meniscus of my right knee. This was the result of an injury sustained in my college days, when I used to kick-start my Kawasaki motorbike every day, on the way to escorting pretty women who would hug me from behind. This used to be in the city of Bombay.
This cyst just ruptured today, and I am cured of the disease, thanks to my diligent exercising on my back.
Representative pictures only:
I am saved from one surgery.
I always knew I had it in me to be famous for doing something unique one day. Who would have known it would be for this!?