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aarhus

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I found that a healthy diet that is "palatable" is very costly in DR. I tried olives, feta, olive oils, fish, etc... all very expensive for me. One can only do so much with chicken breast, eggs, boiled green banana and beans lol. I try to keep a stock of the above though when the budget permits. Fish like salmon and tuna are out of my range. I used to run for years in my 20s and 30s, including some marathons. A few bike accidents and 20 years later, I depend on walking for exercise. Of course trying to avoid extreme heat is tough.
If you can only walk and not run I recommend swimming. It has low impact. You can get your puls up with trying to sprint at the end. You can start by doing exercises in the water. Maybe walking in the pool and walking a bit faster.
 
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If you can only walk and not run I recommend swimming. It has low impact. You can get your puls up with trying to sprint at the end. You can start by doing exercises in the water. Maybe walking in the pool and walking a bit faster.
Yes I concur swimming is excellent, as long as one doesn't do it in polluted Cabarete bay
 

aarhus

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Yes I concur swimming is excellent, as long as one doesn't do it in polluted Cabarete bay
I am not to keen on the ocean swimming and not alone. The best is pool but they can be polluted too. Often more so if there are many tourists with kids. In Cabarete there was that hotel with an exercise pool but I think it closed.