76-year-old Ron Paul is some sort of superman: resting heart rate 58-62 beats per minute, blood pressure 120 over 70 or 65. At home, he swims for an hour each morning (on the road, he fast-walks 3-4 miles) and bikes each afternoon 10-15 miles. When asked if the 105-110 temperatures and swamp-like humidity in summer Houston didn't bother him, the wiry physician said: "I think when you ride in all the heat and humidity you burn calories faster."
How do the other candidates stack up? Let's make it all public. Indeed, how about a body fat measurement of each, to be announced at the next debate?