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Anti-Aging Diary - monthly journey to longevity and fitness from Reverse Aging Now, the anti-aging video.

Now starts the tug of war between I should do and want I want to do. I have a confession: I don't particularly like to run or lift weights. I love biking, hiking, swimming, tennis and skiing, so I can still get my aerobic workout, unfortunately there is no substitute for strength training. Weight resistance is essential to fend off osteoperosis. Today I hit upon something I'll now try.

Today for the second time this week, I spent less than an hour doing a single set on the Nautilus at my gym, Marina Fitness Club. I was energized and felt stronger, rather than bored because I took on a number of different machines in a row, never repeating myself yet working every muscle set in my body. I'm not very consistent with weights, but with an Olympic distance triathlon looming this year, I'm going to try a new approach, Nautilus three times a week, but just a single set, pushing the pace to get my heart rate up as well.

A little note on my own progress: My weight crept up a bit after the heavy eating available over the holidays, yet I began the year 30 lbs lighter than I was the year before. I lost a bit of ground, but 2007 was a sucess.

Regular tennis helps because I have a reason to keep fit as competitive as it might be.

Keep reading about my quest to reverse aging. If this 53 year old can take this important anti aging step, anybody can. Is it possible to really reverse aging? Keep reading or buy our anti-aging video.  
Tennis - photo by Karen Wylie

After a Christmas trip home to Boston, I've picked up my life again at Venice Beach. The local pool has reopened, and I've resumed swimming as I prepare for the Los AngelesTriathlon. The course runs a couple of hundred yards due west of my window and will be my biggest athletic challenge in my life.