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I DON’T HAVE ABS AND I NEVER WILL

It is in the news, on television and in every magazine I pick up.   The ideal male has abs and is not afraid to show them
to anyone who wants to take a look.   I am over 50 and my body has not changed much since I was 30.   I exercise on a
regular basis, try to eat properly, and enjoy a variety of sports.  While my stomach is relatively flat, there are no abs in
site.  I think there might be one but I am not sure.   I am taking the stand that I don’t have abs and never will.  The thing
is, abs will not make me a better person, help me perform better at work or in sports, and do not make me any less of a
man.  In order to get abs, a man has to restrict food intake while performing exercises that isolate those muscles on a
daily basis.  Then, if you actually get Abs, you can never stop what you did to make them appear or they will quickly be
covered by a layer of donut, pie and cake, commonly known as fat.  
I honestly don’t see the point.   

My activities include; hiking, running, tennis, racquetball, rock climbing and cycling.  None of these sports will give you
abs.  They will give you pleasure and overall body fitness and strength.  I completely agree that strong stomach
muscles will help reduce the risk of back problems.  Getting a six pack will not improve your odds.  If I could get
something really important, my boney butt would increase to a size where I could comfortably sit on a wood surface for
more than five minutes.  That to me would be important.  Abs do not serve a function and appear to be strictly for show.

It used to be that if you had a measure of success, could carry on an intelligent conversation, nice eyes and a great
butt, women found you attractive.   When did it become so important and the focus change to needing your stomach be
flat and have ripples in addition to everything else.  

For centuries males have placed a high importance on women’s physical appearance.  We evoked a tremendous
pressure on women to not only run a household, raise out children but maintain a wonderful and perfect appearance.  
This expectation was passed from generation to generation.  As women achieved equality, it appears that they have
started to evoke the same expectation on males.  

I would like to think that a man who works hard, has some intelligence and a sense of humor is taken seriously.  We all
need to have a reasonable level of fitness to maintain our health.  There is nothing wrong with trying to gain more
strength and tone your muscle.  This helps you perform better on a daily basis.  What I see is men with all the previous
mentioned attributes are no longer satisfied.  They are spending three hours a day, 6 days a week to reach and
maintain a level of fitness that may not be necessary.  They have bought into the idea that along with everything else,
they need to have abs.  

My message is that I encourage men to realize that we do not have to look like Calvin Kline models.  We don’t have to
give up treats, beer and red meat but rather include activity as part of our regular routine .  I do support being strong
and active as it helps you perform on many levels.   I believe that we should never stop setting and achieving goals.  
However, make them based on your own wants and needs.   Make sure they improve your life and make you happier.    

LANCE PRITCHARD – Limitlesslifestyle.net
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Your age, status, or wealth does not define who you are or what you
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STOP AGE DISCRIMINATION -
THIS IS NOT WHAT YOU THINK

I have discovered that men and women over 50 have notions about people between the ages of 20 and 30.  I
have heard, comments such as what do they know, they have no experience, why should I listen to them, they
don't know anything, their life is so easy, they don't have problems. Now having said that, some 20 - 30 year
olds, want nothing to do with people over 50. They tell me that they act old, they have too many opinions and
don't listen to anything they don't want to hear.

There are far too many people who are discriminating against people they THINK are too old or too young.  
Anyone who thinks this way is missing great opportunities to enjoy activities, conversation and
friendships/relationships with someone who is in a different age group.

I am writing this to recommend that readers stop the preconceived notions. You do not know what any person
can offer unless you take the time to get to know them. I have found that regardless of age, so many people
have great ideas and want to share all kinds of activities and experiences.

The other important fact that many young adults are looking for is a MENTOR.   I was surprised to
find out how many younger adults feel that they have nobody in their corner.  Many of them are
looking for someone to believe in them.