When I turned 40 years old, I still had the mindset, or I’ve never thought of myself as something different, as when I was 25 years old, especially at the gym.
Then, when I hit the 45 year old mark, something struck me. I no longer wanted to spend 2+ hours a day at the gym. I didn’t have time every day to “hang” with my workout buddies. I didn’t want to do the same things I did when I was 25 years old.
That’s when it really hit me, if I wasn’t in the same place, life wise, now as I was when I was 25, why in the world would I want to do the same “stuff” I did when I was 25?
Now, let me ask you: If you’re working out, are you doing the same workouts as 20 years ago? Are you eating the same foods? Heck, maybe you’re on some sort of medication from the doctor. Maybe you’re not doing ANY kind of workout now.
The whole point is, your life has changed quite a bit in the last 25 years. If just about every other part of your life has changed, do you think that maybe…..just maybe…..your health and fitness habits have changed as well?
If you haven’t had the “aha” moment yet, you will soon. And when you do, you’ll understand EXACTLY what I’m talking about.
Matter of fact, I actually put together a free video course outlining a few things about getting older and all this health and fitness stuff. Our mindset and attitude towards health and fitness may be completely different now, and I’m here to help walk you through it.
Heck, maybe you’ve never thought about living a fitter and healthier lifestyle, but you should. Age has a way of creeping up on us and, if we’re not prepared for it, the next thing you know you’ll 40lbs over weight, you won’t have the energy you once did and don’t know what to do about it.
Let me help you with that. Go to www.TopFitnessStrategies.com/fit , watch the video and let’s do it together!