Since I was just a young boy, physical interest has been a very serious area of my life.
While I was growing up, I was heavily involved in gymnastics, dance and gymnastics. Pretty much everyday after school I attended some style of practice. I was always tied up with competitions, tournaments or games on weekends. When I went to university, I continued all of these activities on a much larger scale. It never occurred to me how challenging it would be to keep up with this same level of fitness as I became quite a bit older! Once I got married, had numerous kids and worked a full-time job, it was a severe challenge to find time to workout. I periodically went for runs while pushing a stroller. I worked out to videos with numerous youngsters hanging all over me. As the youngsters grew older, life simply became a great deal more hectic. I was then driving them to their own practices and games, however, because a healthy lifestyle is entirely important to me, I’ve always figured out ways to workout in some capacity. Now that I’m in my fifties, our youngsters are all grown up with dwellings of their own. I have plenty of time to workout as much as I want. The issue now is that my age periodically gets in my way. I am no longer able to workout in the same way I was able to back then. I can’t run numerous miles, perform back handsprings or do a bunch of push ups. I am entirely dedicated to maintaining my strength, flexibility, balance and stamina though. Because of my ultimate commitment to official exercise, I look and feel younger than most of my peers. I haven’t suffered any major health troubles or injuries also.