My Inspiration: Frank Booth

First to give credit where credit is due. I became aware of Frank Booth and his vision for a longer lived and healthier America from a “reblog” on the Simple Living Over 50 blogspot. Thanks for letting me “steal” this. Now to the point. Here’s what Booth proposes in a nutshell: Frank Booth wants people […]

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Taking Control

Something happened this morning that hasn’t happened in a long time. I stepped on the scale and it registered a weight under 200 pounds. Okay, it was barely under 200 pounds (to give you some context, I’m 6’3″ tall), but one of my goals was to break through that barrier on my way to my […]

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Making Lifting Weights Fun

On those mornings when my wife is up early enough to see me leave for the gym, she says, “Have fun.” Especially if it’s leg day, I don’t immediately think of weight training and then cardio as fun… …but maybe I should. Actually, the more I’ve been thinking about it, the more I realize that […]

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Habits and Riding Horses

One of my earliest blog posts is called What’s Your Motivation. It explores how to overcome inertia and get to the gym. One of the things I touched on was making a habit out of going to the gym. But how do you make a habit? As it turns out, there’s plenty of advice on […]

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