Your Personal FitScope: Numerology for Optimal Exercise

Tricia Gunberg, Contributor

It may feel sad to watch summer disappear as the 9th month of September rolls on, but take comfort:  as one thing ends, something new is just around the corner.

The energy of 9 represents service to humanity, brotherhood, personal truth, and living with integrity.  September has also been deemed suicide prevention month as well as addiction month. With the recent death of Robin Williams, these are current mainstream media topics – daunting, but warranting discussion. Combining service to humanity with integrity, charity can start at home when we do our best to curtail addiction and depression.


One well-known way to ward off addiction and depression is to exercise. There really is no debating how beneficial exercise is to elevate a person’s mood. Are you tried of making excuses not to exercise? Figuring out why we resist something that is so good for us is key. Ever consider that you just might not have found the kind of movement that fits your mind, body and soul?

I have created for you a FitScope – intuitive fitness advice based on your numerology. We are not talking CrossFit, tri-athleticism or a plan for six-pack abs. This is an approach to incorporating fitness into your life with ease and grace. Using your birthdate, do a simple calculation for your Life Path number, then scroll down the page to reveal your own personal reading.*

Life Path number calculation: add all the digits of your birthdate until you get to a single digit.

Example: August 4 1969    8 + 4 + 1 + 9 + 6 + 9 = 37,    3 + 7 = 10,    1 + 0 = 1,


Result = 1 Life Path

1 Life Path – Because of your creative and expressive nature you need more than the average amount of exercise each day. Since you spend much time alone and much time in your head, choose an activity that is simple and easy to follow (dare I say “mindless”?). Try walking, hiking, swimming, or restorative yoga. Also try mixing in activities you enjoyed as a child like riding a bike, roller-skating, jumping rope, cartwheels, or hula-hoop. The more playful and silly the better! Find some kids to show you how if you’ve forgotten.

2 Life Path – You need exercise that releases muscular tension. Try uplifting movement that has music, dancing, or deep breathing. Also include those that require balance: yoga, pilates, step aerobics. Even sex (tension releasing and deep breathing!) would fit the bill. Include independent activities for yourself and above all select ones that YOU like. Add beauty by choosing colors and surroundings that also appeal to you. Include stretching and meditation every day.

3 Life Path – Expressive movement suits you best. Zumba and interpretive dance are good options. Find inspiring energetic music or write your own. Choose music that mirrors your current feelings and move with it. Consider teaching, leading or creating a fitness class of your own. Your creativity and enthusiasm alone make you qualified for such an endeavor. Ideas: MeetUp.com, Baby and Me fitness club, or a neighborhood park; share the price of a babysitter with others while you work out.

4 Life Path – Step by step, and goal-oriented fitness programs work best for you. Sign up for a half marathon then train for it. Or make it a goal to be a black belt within 2 years. Weight training, running and biking are all good “building” programs. Does competition motivate you? Try a team sport like tennis or racquetball.

5 Life Path – You will get the freedom you need when you create a disciplined approach to your fitness program. Freedom from health worries. Freedom to sleep well. Freedom in your diet choices, etc. Variety is very important. If you are missing workouts or don’t work out at all, it is probably due to boredom. Something as simple as walking can be changed up by going at a different time of day or to a different location, or by adding music, books on tape or listening to free streaming comedy (e.g. Pandora). Do not do the same work out two days in a row. Being regimented doesn’t have to mean boring. Fast moving aerobics classes like Zumba are great for you – there is no need to be super fit (go at your own pace) or even know how to dance to enjoy this class! Note: finding yourself talking a lot during a class also hints at your boredom. If you enjoy talking while working out, use ear buds and a microphone and go outside. Try not to talk indoors while working out – this can be annoying to others.

6 Life Path –  Pick any physical activity you think you are not very good at and do it anyway. Guess what, it will be perfect because it is good for you. Notice how you feel while you exercise. Fans of the sitcom Friends will remember the episode where free spirited Phoebe went ‘running’ with Rachel – adopt an anything goes kind of attitude and you can let loose, too! Or try something like Tai Chi so you can slow down and enjoy the process. Like to golf? Do not take a cart, do not keep score, and while you are walking between holes take care to notice your surroundings.

7 Life Path – Try to do as many outdoor activities as possible. Mix in something you enjoy that requires attention/concentration, like counting, or that builds upon preceding classes. Ideas: dancing, gymnastics (yes, some centers have gymnastics for adults!), kickboxing, or martial arts.

8 Life Path – Tapping into your inner abundance and power is the key to your fitness routine. Be a workout buddy, inspire and encourage others to exercise. Sharing in this area will certainly motivate you and others to meet personal fitness goals. Can you share your abundance by offering a free class or volunteering to teach?  Martial arts, weight lifting, kickboxing, and tennis are good choices for you.

9 Life Path – Gee, you are good at so many things. What to choose, what to choose? You lead others without trying. Imagine what you could do for the fitness of humanity if you made a conscious effort at it? Look deep into your heart, honor your conviction to better health and get something started today.

May you all find the level of health and fitness that brings the most joy.

*Talk to your doctor before starting any new fitness program. Consult professional trainers when necessary.

TriciaGunbergTricia Gunberg is an intuitive healer that helps her clients cultivate healing through Reiki, Numerology, and personal readings. Book a session with her to find out more about yourself, or read her spiritual blog for additional guidance. More ideas and specific exercises on the FitScope tab at TriciasEnergyGarden.com. You’ll also find an Introduction to Numerology at Tricia’s website.

 

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