Photo by Joe McGorty as depicted in a blog by guardian.co.uk
Feature Entry: Calisthenical Walking: Achieving a Serotonin Buzz Naturally
The MoneyWalker is having a great time reading Ammon Shea’s Reading the OED, one man, one year, 21,730 pages. Shea selects interesting words for brief comments. His selected word calisthenical is simply defined as “addicted to exercise.” Calisthenical walking is the second entry from Shea’s book.
Calisthenical walking can be likened to the so-called runner’s high or to achieving a “serotonin buzz.” Serotonin is the workhorse of a constellation of brain processes commonly known as the pleasure response. The short lesson--exercises such as running, jogging, and brisk walking trigger the secretion of serotonin which results in a feeling of euphoria.
now for the bad new, did someone whisper the word sugar? Yikes, could it be that sugar also stimulates the creation of a serotonin buzz? More about the interloper tomorrow?
Found Money Update since last post = $36.23 over 16 walks for average of $2.26 per walk
Average weight over the 16 walks = 173.3 lbs.