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At 93, he’s as fit as a 40-year-old. His body offers lessons on aging.



At 93, he’s as fit as a 40-year-old. His body offers lessons on aging.


Good morning and happy Mothers Day weekend to you all.

We are going to start the day off with an article relating to age and more importantly, perform a little test on this blog and app to see if this is something I can incorporate as we move forward.



For the full Washington Post article:



The human body maintains the ability to adapt to exercise at any age, showing that it’s never too late to start a fitness program

January 16, 2024 at 7:00 a.m. EST



For lessons on how to age well, we could do worse than turn to Richard Morgan.

At 93, the Irishman is a four-time world champion in indoor rowing, with the aerobic engine of a healthy 30- or 40-year-old and the body-fat percentage of a whippet. He’s also the subject of a new case study, published last month in the Journal of Applied Physiology, that looked at his training, diet and physiology.






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Great article - very motivating!

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Same is possible with any age …ex an engine of a ……. In the body of an ……

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