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Walking is Not Sufficient to Stop Old Age from Catching Me

I walk at least 10-15 miles per day, and I my body in the last 13-14 year of travel is atrophied, 10 more years and I would not be able to walk.

Fri, 21 Oct 2011 04:02:20

I have an incredibly amount of "Me" time, I can focus on my body, my health and my happiness with great ease. While I was out perpetually traveling the planet, I bought this idea that walking is good exercise, I now realize this advice is bad.

Walking is not enough

I need to do jumping jacks, or a burpees, or deep knee bend, or I will soon look like an old man. I am fortunate to be carrying a 50 plus pound backpack around or I would be even weaker.

I am working out a game plan to explain how I do three minute workout now and I am in growth mode again.

Sadly, I worked out every day in the gym in the USA for 15 plus years, and in 13 years of travel, I am becoming an old man.

There is only about 1 in 50 people around me who supports me exercising, and I think 1 in 100 supports me keeping my weight down.

It is like the whole world gave up and decided getting old is a good idea.

There is nothing good about becoming older, and if anybody says there is, they are just using a juicy rationalization for getting old and fat.

I keep looking to replace all my friends with ones that want me to stay young, fit and handsome, they all want me to grow old with them.

Walking is Not Sufficient to Stop Old Age from Catching Me

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