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It was not until I heard Tony Horton’s first law of fitness that I started to gain some acceptance for my limitations. In other words, show up and do what you can on any given day.
That could be four push-ups or 40, or a multiple of that if you’ve really got something in the tank that day.
For the merry-go-round to be the first visual, nearly brought me to tears, what memories!! I have put up and continue to maintain 3 or 4 so far, free of charge, because mine are fairly simple, nothing too fancy, and at my age (pushing 80) I have little interest in going into business.
I am also told that a second daughter, Alexandra, is contemplating further legal action.A refrain in “Somewhere Over the Rainbow” from “The Wizard of Oz” has Judy Garland singing wistfully: “Why, oh why can’t I?” It is something that I hear in my own head (minus the singing) when I confront self-image issues related to my workouts. It’s not like I have not put in the time and commitment to getting fit, so why oh why can’t I look like them?For the past 14 years, I have been a dedicated exerciser, working out an average of four to five times a week. When I look at celebrities like Hugh Jackman, who plays Wolverine in the X-Men series, or Daniel Craig, who is currently playing James Bond, or Bradley Cooper in “American Sniper,” I am immediately plunged into a vat of molten envy that, when it cools, hardens around my brain. Well, there might be the fact that they have professional trainers who put these actors through their paces for grueling hours a day whereas my exercise routine is a DIY system at home for 30 to 45 minutes.It has taken all forms: Cardio, running, weight-lifting, circuit training, and for the past seven years, a devotion to the various P90X workouts led by Tony Horton. And they likely have gourmet-cooked, high-protein, nutrient-rich meals prepared for them around the clock, with snacks properly proportioned served to them by personal chefs. I eat as cleanly as I can but I am a slave to cookies and prone to indulging in sugary snacks when I’m anxious.