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Fitness for life

Unfortunately, I rarely play for fitness but I understand this is fun. For example, my good friend and co-author, plays on a volleyball team. It’s fun and healthy. Bottom line physical motion is the goal, regardless of what and why is what you need to do. I don’t dribble a ball or spittle but physical motion is key to staying healthy. Motion is an integral part of human life.

Vigorous motion!

The science:

What do I do for fitness:

Work out:

  • Running (not jogging)
  • Pilates
  • Yoga
  • Tai Chi
  • Free weights
  • Cycling
  • Bicycling
  • Swimming

  • The importance of maintaining a regimen of exercise as a routine can not be stressed enough. This idea goes beyond merely playing sports but it should held as closely as drinking water and eating food. In fact, I will do a workout before I take a meal.

    What to do?

    Being active is essentially just being active. Just take a walk. Sometime that is all that we do. That is the beginning of the journey to health. Honestly, I have been sidelined on many occasions, with injuries and lifestyles; fatherhood.

    Who am I physically:

  • I was riding horses before I could walk.
  • I was running across cotton fields by age eight.
  • Doing pull-ups on the clothes drying line cross-bar by age eight.
  • Lifting any heavy iron device in the work shop for as weight-training.
  • Decades later, I still do most of these ritually and at least 4 times a week.

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