Hoke wrote:Is there some physiological reason for this?
Er, um...have you considered age?
Seriously though, after thinking about this for a bit, I figured there might be three things at work:
1. Age. You're not as young as you used to be, guy.
Otto wrote:The wine seemed to go to my head much much faster than when I don't do sports.
Bob Ross wrote:My goal is to exercise 42 Cooper points a week -- that's an exercise syste2m that gives you a number of points based on difficulty and duration. I like the system because you can convert many different sports or activities into numbers.
My pulse rate problem is the opposite of yours -- I have trouble getting it high enough -- always have. My resting rate is 54-56 -- to get above 130 takes tremendous effort.
Sam Platt wrote:Paul,
Your explanation certainly has my vote. Now, blood alcohol concentration should be the same per volume of alcohol consume either with, or without exercise correct? Or would a more rapid, short term spike in BAC be expected post exercise?
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