A Fresh Start with a New Year
One of the more frustrating aspects of getting older is how much work it takes just to maintain a level of mental and physical performance.
In some respects, January has been a good month. Iím eating better, following the nutrient dense lower calorie diet outlined in the anti-aging documentary, Reverse Aging Now, and have so far lost 8 pounds with more to go.
Iíve increased my physical activity, although I still need to do more there. Still a few times this past month, Iíve experienced the delicious soreness athletes get from a body well used, as I felt after Carolisa Pomerantz and I got back on a tennis court for the first time since May of last year.
In the past Iíve found that tennis has been great to enhance balance, hand-eye coordination and aerobic capacity. But the other day, I was terrible and found it hard to believe that I had learned to play more than 45 years ago. I had forgotten what a complex sport it was.
I give credit to Carolisa for her patient persistence. Still, we did have a handful of decent rallies and I do look forward to playing again after more individual practice against a wall and serving to an empty court. I've become more profoundly appreciative of the balance, maturity joie de vivre and love that Carolisa brings to our 23-year old relationship.
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