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Fitness for Pisces
Your Ruling Planet: Neptune,
the planet governing dance, dreams, and meditation. Ancient
astrologers also believed Pisces had a co-ruler: the happy,
optimistic planet Jupiter.
The Part Of The Body Your Sign
Rules: Pisces rules the feet.
Your Metabolism: Low
Your Health Profile:
Modern-day culture's emphasis on a slim, fit
body is a bit odd for Pisces, who often lives so fully in
their imagination. Your mind is so active that sometimes you're
a little shocked to remember you have a body you have to care
for. When you are in one of your intense, creative modes,
you can be light-years away from your physical self. But this
doesn't have to be a problem: try one of the new virtual reality
workout programs: they're new, and you can use your rich imagination
to keep you motivated!
If you want to lose weight, again, give yourself
a goal you can visualize in your mind: put a Polaroid of the
way you look now or a photo of someone who's physique you
admire up on the fridge (over the ice cream!) Pisces are masters
of creative visualization--use this to your advantage!
Pisces isn't interested in exercise for exercise's
sake. Thumping along in silent misery is pointless! To keep
you interested, you'll want an additional payoff, like lively,
rhythmic music (your sign rules music and dance), or good-looking
workout clothes that make you feel sexy instead of dumpy (your
sign is also highly visual.) So for all you Pisces who must
exercise solo: stick a tape of Sergeant Pepper or Carmen in
the boom box and sing along while you chug away on the stairmaster,
treadmill or rowing machine.
Your sign has a heightened sensuality, so whatever
you do for your body has to "feel good." This is one reason
Pisces overeat. They fall in love with the tastes of the food
and forget they are no longer hungry. Treat yourself to a
sensuous aromatherapy massage after a workout, or buy some
good body products to enjoy in the shower. Don't forget to
bring your radio or CD player with earphones to the gym.
Swimming, ice skating, canoeing, rowing, water
skiing, surfing might appeal to the Fish, as could aqua-aerobics
classes. Hate water? Run along a pretty beach. Be sure your
shoes that fit properly because Pisces' feet is their weakest
part of their body. Shoe sizes change over time, even years
after we've "grown up"! Step aerobic classes could also be
a good bet. Since Pisces is the ruler of the feet, try ballet,
jazz or other type of dance as a natural way to work out--but
remember, if you feel pain you may have to decide between
your natural ability and your natural vulnerability.
Always helpful to others, caring Pisces absorbs
other's feelings like a sponge, and negativity can wear you
down. You need time alone to center yourself. Exercise could
become your most precious time for yourself. The quiet, meditative
qualities of yoga could appeal to Fish. Pisces is also interested
in all things from the Orient, including Tai chi.
Because your ruler Neptune also governs drugs,
you could experience confusion about the side effects of various
medicines. Ask first before you take anything new. Water retention
is a problem for Pisces, and since most Fish love salt, the
problem only gets worse. Avoid alcohol in excess too because
it will dehydrate you.
Your Biggest Asset:
Amazing grace and coordination with almost
no puffed-up vanity because of it. Enjoy!
What Drives You Crazy:
You don't like having people watch you exercise--especially
if they then critique your performance. You want privacy.
Allow instruction and guidance from your coach or personal
trainer, but tell your friends to hold their two cents.
An occasional lack of self-discipline can fall
in the way of your fitness program or healthful diet. Also,
don't let lack of confidence stop you from trying something
new. Everyone looks silly sometimes--who cares? If you doubt
me, check out professional athletes and dancers--they miss,
slice, strikeout, fall and fumble all the time in their quest