Tag Archives: lethargy

Don’t Squander Middle Age – Chase Endorphins Instead

I’ll be 65 years old in a couple of months. You can judge for yourself from my JumpRock videos as to whether I might have any useful advice on staying fit into old age. If so then here it is: … Continue reading

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Attitude Triggers, Motivation, and Exercise

I’m a computer programmer, and from time to time I’ll get stuck on some problem where I have trouble even trying to figure out what it is I’m trying to do. I sit there and dither, feeling generally anxious and … Continue reading

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Enlightenment, Transcendence, and Basic Training

When I was in army basic training from October through December of 1969, there were some things that, when I thought about them later, really highlight the link between exercise and feeling good. The first thing, and I noticed this … Continue reading

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Lower Your Expectations

I’m sure you’re familiar with the exhortations to “Be all you can be”, “If something is worth doing, it’s worth doing well”. That’s fine, unless you’re dealing with staying fit and living day-to-day life in the real world. Here’s one … Continue reading

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Goals and Commitments

Your goal each day can be as ambitious as you like. Your commitment is always the same, start a workout every day. Don’t get them confused. When you start you’ll probably be fired up, and after a few days you’ll … Continue reading

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