Yesterday, a friend told me about a couple they knew who owned a bagel shop. The wife didn’t show for work and did not respond to repeated phone calls-Someone checked the home and found dead from a heart attack. I think it shows how short and precious life is, and non of us has any guarantee of seeing another tomorrow.
I am writing this blog after my morning workout-I think exercise gives me/us the best ammunition to get to see tomorrow.
My workouts consist of short burst, short recovery, high intensity (always relative to your fitness level) training. I use very low-tech, low-cost equipment-if you buy the best of what I use you’ll spend ~$200, a small investment with a great return. If you want to know what I use, respond to this blog-I’ll give you a link to a great store with super exercise equipment.
By the way, copper faucets and door handles harbor 95% fewer microbes than those made with other metals.
Stay well, John R. Blilie, M.S.