Originally Posted by Culican
Admittedly I'm not what anyone would consider "aging," but I'm exactly this way as well. If I'm traveling alone, I always put my stuff in a gym bag and carry it through the airport (funnily enough, usually with a hook grip). I carry my materials and exhibits for a deposition in a box. I take the stairs when they're available. I walk anywhere within a mile unless there's a really good reason not to. I don't own a snowblower even though we routinely get several feet of snow each year.
I plan to do all this as long as I feasibly can. I don't do easy, because life isn't easy, and because I actually like physical work. As Sully has said many times, the body adapts to complacency just as well as it does to stress (I would say the mind does as well)...and the end result is not a positive one. So I'll keep getting weird stares and questions of "why do you want to do THAT!?" when I'm doing heavy (relative) squats and deadlifts in my gyms full of runners and swimmers. It may not look like much of a difference now, but when I'm still slugging shit around as a grandfather, I'll be happy I never settled for easy.
Haha, I only popped in here because I saw Brodie commented, only kept reading because I saw Carson was here, then I saw this! Nice work, but I think it could be improved. I've made some edits.
Originally Posted by Mark E. Hurling
Rewards yes. All Mine!
Originally Posted by Jonathon Sullivan
But the Glory goes to Rip & Sully!
Pushing this program out there was a lot of going against the flow.
All we can do in return is be a friend of the program and help who we can help.
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