Yesterday’s workout was a great reminder of how being relatively pain-free is one of our bests gifts to ourselves.
i’m “nursing” a shoulder pain that came out of nowhere. It’s likely brought on from repetitive overuse, or from some of the new exercises i’m doing.
As we age and lead less active lifestyles, our muscles, tendons, ligaments, joints, cardiovascular system, skin, tissue and so on becomes worn with use and disuse.
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Why would a bunch of middle-aged adults be doing this in an abandoned parking lot?
Watching these young women play their hearts out on the soccer field during the holidays reminds me of a lesson learned long ago. Champions are made, not born. In athletics. In anything. Bank on it.
The long way is the short cut. And the most important skills the girls learn are not athletic. Never forget that.
Getting old should never catch any midlife Baby Boomer off guard. We don’t stop doing things because we get old. We get old because we stop doing things.
“We don’t stop doing things because we get old. We get old because we stop doing things”. — unknown
There is good reason for staying active. It’s so we don’t get “old”.
Our mind has an instrument that measures our belief system. It’s pass or fail – it’s the quote above.
It’s up to you and I to make our choice. Always has been. Always will be. Carpe diem! 🙂