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  • Lisa Kelly

Getting Older and Still Grooving

I don’t know about you, but part of my retirement plan is to be that 80-year-old busting out sweet moves on the dance floor at a wedding. My goal is to still be grooving long after I'm considered "too old"!

What do you want to be able to do when you’re 60, 70, 80, and beyond?

Have you thought about it?

It doesn’t matter how old you are right now....this applies to you today.

Your current habits are creating your future and they mean just as much to your body now as they will later!

What plans do you want for yourself? Do you want to climb mountains? Dominate the golf course? Play at the park with the grandkids? Travel around the world?

There is one thing you can do to boost the chances of those dreams becoming a reality. Ask yourself this question:

Can you do them right now?

Do you have the

● Strength…

● Stamina…

● Mobility…?

Building a strong wellness/fitness base now is like making deposits into your personal health retirement account. One that is just as important as your financial savings.

The deposits you make in it now will give you immediate payoffs – as well as create compound interest for years to come in your body’s strength and wellness and quality of life.

Those health “deposits” include things like:

● Consistent muscle-building exercises

● Eating whole foods packed with nutrients your body needs

● Getting enough sleep every night

● Making time for relaxing, fresh air and sunshine at least a few days a week

● Having a regular stress-management plan so you can stay ahead of stress

Time is going to go by whether you take that next step or not. In all my years of coaching, I don’t know a single person who has ever regretted making their health a priority…

Want help investing in your future mobility? I'm just a message away!


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