So what to do on a “mixed” (weather!) bank holiday weekend in the North East of England.
Mine will spent at my local cricket club – Hartlepool – playing on the grass with my 19 month old boy “Harry” — no doubt REPEATEDLY chasing him off the pitch every time he sees the cricket ball (…which he currently thinks is a football!) and decides he wants to play with their’s, despite having his own!.
Does (or did) your son or daughter ever do stuff like that?…
Or is it just mine! lol
So what’s your plans for the day?
And here’s my BIG question to you:
“Does it include ANY exercise?”
See, with an extra day to “fill”…
I wonder how many people this next 48 hours will think that the extra time they’ve got in their life IS worth investing even just 30 minutes of it on doing some exercise.
Some “exercise” that might, if you turned it into a “habit” (a healthy one!) might, just might, help keep your joints more supple, you more active for years longer (than anyone else!) and your muscles less tense and tight – meaning you might actually be able to put those socks and shoes on without it taking so long! lol
Hint: I’m only 34 and that socks and shoes difficulty thing has already started happening to me ;-(
(How did that happen!?)
But I get it…
I really do…
I get completely that the problem with trying to “keep fit”, is, as the wording suggests, you have to “KEEP” at it.
And that alone can be a big enough obstacle to starting some exercise in the first place.
However, there is ANOTHER way.
A way when you know what it is and how to do it, could mean that you can get all the health benefits of exercising — without actually doing any!
It’s all explained in this short blog post:
It’s an excerpt from my new book “The Healthy Habit”…
…a “road map” for people aged 50+ choc full with health tips and real life stories of better health hope,
– AND –
Stories of good people just like you defying their often self imposed “age restrictions”…
…helping people all over the world to keep active, maintain independence and live free from nasty painkillers, well into their 70’s, 80’s and beyond.
Before you go ahead and order the book for yourself (or someone you love), take a look at this blog post first:
It explains why so many people aged 45+ struggle with exercise and offers a very simple solution to the problem — one that you could use, starting today, to promote a “less pain”, more active lifestyle for you and your friends, whatever your age!
Once you’ve read the article, if you like the look of what you’re reading, feel free to head over the official website of the book to get some more lifestyle boosting tips.
Here it is:
Cheerio for now,
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You might know Paul as an expert Columnist who writes weekly health articles for TWO of the North East's biggest daily Newspapers, The Northern Echo And The Hartlepool Mail, he is a regular Speaker at Industry Seminars around the globe and a Radio Personality, often heard on the BBC. Paul has been an expert guest on dozens of Radio shows and regularly interviewed in newspapers, magazines and trade journals all over the world, including the Guardian.
Paul’s background included working extensively in the Premier League with a Top Professional Football Team, and since quitting his job in Professional Football in 2007, his Physio Practice has become the fastest growing in the UK and biggest in the North East. So successful, that companies like BUPA, ASDA, The Vela Group And Coast & Country, repeatedly retain his Physio company's services to keep healthy their own staff and workforce. Paul Gough Physio Rooms is now a large multi-physio, multi clinic speciality practice in Darlington, Durham, Guisborough and Hartlepool.
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