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How can I best mitigate the damage of Indoor Workouts.

Discussion in 'Biohacking 101' started by chrisrw1989, Feb 25, 2020.

  1. chrisrw1989

    chrisrw1989 New Member

    I know working out indoors while under artificial light is batshit crazy, but if I'm going to do it, how would I best decrease my overall risk? I'm thinking my blue blockers on my eyes, a baseball cap on my head, and covering my skin would help. I'm helping my father train for a competition and record for his age (68) and I would appreciate any advice. He only goes once a week, but I want to protect him and myself as much as possible. Thanks!
  2. shah78

    shah78 Gold

    i limit my workouts to 3 minutes.and i try to i do my chin ups outside...... a modified "body by science"approach.
  3. DrEttinger

    DrEttinger Choice, the only thing we control

    See Beginners Area: Can artificial blue light at night destroy vitamin D?

    Research into blue light is showing it is a bad guy when isolated as the sole influencing agent. Meaning you remove all other variables and only have blue light. Keep up what you are doing with Blue Blockers and then balance that one day in the gym with outdoor time - limited clothes. As long as your dad has good mitochondria (feels young and youthful for his age) and inherited genetics he will be fine. No need to resort to extreme measures. Some people have to, but most of us don't.
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  4. chrisrw1989

    chrisrw1989 New Member

    I Appreciate your reply! Thank you.
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