If your parents and grandparents stay fit and in good health it could help your life more than you know.

This could prevent your middle-age turning into the living hell of struggling with their unnecessary demise due to disease induced by self-neglect, both psychological and physical. It's not too late to guide them onto the right path, with a little inspiration and encouragement, if they'll listen - don't give up, just try and try again.

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Mom was in great health until the last couple of years of her life, which helped the family.

"Our friend Kevin Morgan (aka FitOldDog) tells us how his training injury and other health issues, including an abdominal aortic aneurysm, led him to leave his career in science to set up Old Dogs in Training LLC. He shares his advice for exercise in later life and talks about ways to improve your parent’s mind and body awareness." For access to the article click the image.
This article was in a newspaper local to my son's dental practice, in Henderson, NC, USA, a couple of years ago. What a treat to be in the same race as your kid, even if you come over the finish line hours later.

We're doing it again, thanks to my recent DNF [Paleo experiment] leaving me the energy to sign up for the 2013 Louisville Ironman, August 25th. Want to take bets on my finish time? What a treat! Click image for link to newspaper article.

Prodding Parents to Get Healthy

skepticaldadMonday’s “Dear Mark” sparked a great discussion about raising healthy kids, but the conversation really got going (in the comment board and forum) when readers lamented the hard-headedness of their parents.

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What are you going to do about keeping your family in good health, I wonder?

If you want to talk about it, go to my blog post linked to the picture above and write in the comments section. It is an interesting and critical issue.

Stay in shape, have fun today, and live your life to the full.

Kind Regards,

FitOldDog (aka Kevin)
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