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Build a man a fire and he's warm for a day. Set a man on fire and he's warm for the rest of his life.
AKA: Texas Grok
When I'm around people my age, I feel like the world's most healthy person. So many people on pain meds, back issues, diabetes, meds, ulcers.... But I get the stink eye because of "your cholesterol must be insane" or my very favorite..... "That weightlifting is going to MESS YOU UP" normally from people with fucked up knees from running. People with running injuries LOVE to warn about weightlifting.
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Now at the age of 51 I have nothing to complain about, no illness that bother me, I recover good from relative high volume and high frequency training, no injuries or joint pains to write home about. My strength, endurance and flexibility levels are pretty much the same as in my twenties, yep I can even bench press and leg press more weight for more reps now! So something must be wrong since everything seems good, so a disaster will probably hit me tomorrow or the day after…
Being just an old fashioned guy myself; I’m beyond tired of all these fragile mama boys (and girls!) with powder in their gluteus and soft pillows under their arm pits that cannot recover from their 3 days a week abbreviated “strength” routine…
Yea, I have a few aches and pains but nothing that I can't work through. Still have a lot of work to do on my abs.
AKA: Texas Grok
I was at the supermarket the other day (I don't usually shop there) and at least half the people there seemed liked zombies, lights on, nobody home. I'm not sure they'd move out of the way no matter how intimidating someone seemed, they didn't appear to notice anything. Some were overweight, some were not, young or old it didn't seem to matter.
Life is death. We all take turns. It's sacred to eat during our turn and be eaten when our turn is over. RichMahogany.