the big 50!

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RepublicJim
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Re: the big 50!

Postby RepublicJim » Fri Dec 02, 2016 2:11 am

Paladin wrote:Howdy RepublicJim. 58 here, and doing great. Like you've read, injuries come easier and heal slower, but that's about the only limitations, I've found. Here's a video from my 57th birthday, to show that life continues after 50...

https://www.facebook.com/793026660/videos/10153705569241661/?l=2193361040332153824

Good luck with your training!


Very impressive! I still can only dream of doing that some day, but I'm working on it. Thanks for the inspiration.
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Re: the big 50!

Postby Paladin » Fri Dec 02, 2016 1:04 pm

RepublicJim wrote:
Paladin wrote:Howdy RepublicJim. 58 here, and doing great. Like you've read, injuries come easier and heal slower, but that's about the only limitations, I've found. Here's a video from my 57th birthday, to show that life continues after 50...

https://www.facebook.com/793026660/videos/10153705569241661/?l=2193361040332153824

Good luck with your training!


Very impressive! I still can only dream of doing that some day, but I'm working on it. Thanks for the inspiration.


I find it easier to set big goals because my willpower is as strong or stronger than my body now. When I was young, with a strong body, my willpower was weaker. So that's one benefit of entering geezerhood, I guess.
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