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On this page you’ll learn about the step-by-step program I’ve created, so you can
have a great middle age and beyond, with:
● Great Health ● More Happiness ● Better Relationships ● More Energy
● Easier Fitness ● Effective Weightloss ● Better Sleep ● Peace of Mind ● Sharper Thinking
Look below to learn more.
You’re At the Fork in the Road; Which Way Will You Go?
In a way, you are at a fork in the road in your life. When you were younger, you could to some degree get away with not eating right, not exercising and not taking care of yourself.
But now that you’ve reached middle age, your body doesn’t heal as fast, and it’s not as forgiving as it once was. If you take the low road, eat whatever you want, don’t exercise, and don’t live right, your health will deteriorate, no doubt about it. And it’s not just about how long you will live. It’s about the quality of life that you will have for the rest of your life. Do you want to live to be 65, 70, or older, but be sick and unhappy every day? That’s a fate worse than death!
If you choose to take the high road, you can have better health, more energy and be happier and more fulfilled, maybe more than you have been thus far in your life. You know a lot more now than when you were in your 20’s or 30’s.
I will not only cover fitness and what to eat, but also the many other aspects that are needed to create a truly happy life. In addition, through my newsletter updates, I’ll bring you the latest scientific information on health and happiness. There is way too much information available; have you noticed? Let me search out what is relevant and share it with you. By following the tips on this site and the ones I’ll send to you, you can have a great life in your middle age and beyond.
While I was in the process of gathering material for this website, I got all kinds of information on different ways to be happy and healthy. There are different kind of exercise to stay fit: running, jogging, weightlifting, CrossFit, suspension-training, etc. There are all kinds of fitness equipment: treadmills, exercise bikes, stair steppers, rowing machines, barbells, dumbbells, etc. And then there were the diets: the Paleo diet, the Mediterranean diet, the Atkins diet, the 20/20 diet and so on.
I really want to give you all of the information you’ll need to truly be happy and healthy, and so I was trying to figure out how it could organize all of this information for you so that you could make the right choice.
And then it hit me: it’s really simple. For your diet, eat more whole foods, such as grains, beans, nuts, seeds, fruits and vegetables. Now, don’t get all scared and exit this site! ;o) Changes can be made slowly at your pace. Just start substituting something good for something not so good. It’s easy.
For your exercise, all you need is a fanbike and some kettlebells. Or you can do bodyweight exercises and walking to start with.
Become clear what you want out of life and why.
Determine what areas of your life are working and which ones are not, and make the decision to make all areas of your life beneficial for you. Set goals for yourself in all areas of your life. I need to clarify this. I’m not talking about being stressed out about achieving your goals, and feeling bad if you don’t. I’m talking about knowing what you want and moving towards it.
And that’s it.
I know these are the things to do because they’re what I do and they work for me. They are supported by research and clinical trials. They are what current science and practice say are the best. I have researched and tried out many different options and these are the best. And they’ll work for you too.
Yes, there’s more good news! This is not an all or nothing deal. It’s not eight hours a week in the gym and living on raw fruits and vegetables or you’re a failure. Because most people can’t do that. At least not at first. ;o) What it is about is setting goals and making progress. Not necessarily great progress, but some progress.
World-famous motivational speaker and life coach Tony Robbins once said “Progress = Happiness! If you are moving forward in your life, if you are progressing personally, professionally, emotionally, spiritually—you will be happy.” So even if you’re not doing cardio 3 days a week, but you’re doing it once a week, when you weren’t doing it at all a month ago, then you’re making progress. And you will feel good about yourself.
When I first had the idea for this Website, I figured it would be a resource for middle age men and women to get information on fitness and nutrition. And, it still can be. But as I put it together, I realized that in order to “Make the rest of your life, the best of your life”, it would take more than a workout and a protein drink. And so this site has really developed into more of a course to follow in sequence for optimal happiness and health. It goes like this:
At the top of this page, it reads “Let me inspire, encourage and support you to make your years over 50 some of the best years of your life!” That’s what I propose to do for you if you’ll allow me to.
One of the ways I’ll do that is through this Website. If you explore the different sections, you’ll see that I have methods to improve all areas of your life. Another way I will inspire, encourage and support you is through my regular newsletters with great tips on ways to stay happy and healthy.
On this Website you will find an online store. I have gone through hundreds of products to search out the ones that I feel will be the most help for you. You will find that all of the items there have a 100% money-back guarantee. This is because I truly want these products to be beneficial for you, and if they’re not shouldn’t have to pay for them.
In the future, I’ll also be offering coaching classes to give you information about improving your life, and to answer your questions. Be sure to check out the Coaching section of this website.
My Commitment To You
My commitment to you is to always be 100% truthful. I will never promote something I don’t believe in. I believe that I have to earn your trust by proving my genuine intentions for your happiness and well-being. I truly value your trust, and I believe it is an obligation for me to never betray it.
Let me tell you a bit about myself. When I was in high school, tests at a prominent university showed my intelligence to be in the top 1% of the world. Then I spent 4 years in chiropractic college. Although I left a few months before I graduated, I learned a lot about the body and natural health and healing.
20 years later, and for the next 10 years, I was the editor of a health and personal-growth magazine with more than 500,000 readers. All-in-all, for the past 50+ years, I have used my gift of a sharp mind to learn ways to be healthy and happy. Now, at age 72, I feel that it’s time for me to share my knowledge with the world, and I thus created this Website.
So are you in or not? This is it. If not now, when? Sick and sad or healthy and happy? Say “Yes!” to being healthy and happy by doing these 2 things:
1) Explore this Website for ways to stay healthy and happy. I’ll be adding to it regularly, so check back often.
2) Decide to receive my email newsletters with the best ways to live a great life in your middle age and beyond. I promise that I will never sell, rent, lease or reveal your info to anyone. Never. Click here to get started.
The famous writer W. Somerset Maugham once said “If you don’t change your beliefs, your life will be like this forever.” Is that what you want? If not, start exploring the below sections of this Website. You’ll be glad you did.
Below are the areas of this site that you can use to “Make the rest of your life the best of your life!” I wish you the best on your journey to happiness and health, and I’ll be walking right alongside you, helping you out.
This website is dedicated to all of us believing that middle age is neither the beginning, nor the end of life, but exactly what it is, the middle of life. To understand that a midlife crisis is really a midlife opportunity. But for many of us, middle age is poorly defined, poorly understood, and feared. When we decide we’re middle-aged, it’s with resignation, not pleasure. That’s not simply a misunderstanding, it’s wrong and potentially damaging to you now and in your future. There’s one nice thing about middle age, you don’t have to be like everyone else. You’re old enough to know that and young enough to act on it.