Saturday, May 3, 2014

The Best Time To Plant A Tree...

"The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago, the second best time is now."

   I read that in a book I'm reading now, and it made me think of how that applies to so many things in life, and of course relates to this blog. Many of my clients are elderly, while a lot of old people, and even middle age have given up on their health too often I see clients up to their 90's come to me for training and fitness advice. Maybe they were once superb athletes, maybe they were never at all, but they realize there is still time for all of us to make whatever changes we can to live a better life today.

   Summer is not coming, it's pretty much here. If your goal was to have a six pack and right now you are rolling with more of a keg, it's too late for this summer, but it doesn't mean you can't start now for being in shape not only for next summer but for the rest of your life. Fitness also for the most part is a slow process, if you have the best bicep workout of the decade today, it is extremely likely tomorrow your arms will look exactly the same. It takes patience and dedication to watch the growth and enjoy your health getting better and better. And when it happens, just like a tree, it seems like it's always been there in it's magnificent state.

   The best time to start training was years ago, maybe even decades for some of us, and the second best time is now. Our work now in years, and decades will be well worth every bit of effort as our pieces of training, diet, and health today, will lead to a much better, and much healthier tomorrow.


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This article is solely opinion of the author and written for entertainment purposes only.
Consult a doctor or medical professional before beginning any fitness, diet, or weight training program.

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