Like I was saying....

My NEXT book is in!

I know, I’m buying books up that are going to supposedly help me do things in other areas of my life. The thing is, reading takes time, doing the things I’m reading about takes time. Sleeping and eating takes time. And so does going to work, spending time with family, and everything else in my life. I need more time…or less dependance on sleep!

Anyway, I turned 30 a few months ago. I really don’t feel that old. People usually tell me I don’t look that old. But my body tries to tell me now and then that maybe I’m not feeling old, I am getting older. There are two main things I can tell a bit of a difference about. One is that my metabolism seems to be slowing down some. Not at an alarming rate, but I’m going to have to keep an eye on it. Secondly is that my lower back doesn’t always feel like it’s 18 anymore. I know I should work on flexibility and some ab and lowerback work. But I haven’t.

But I started looking around a little bit and saw a book highlighted a few times in Mens Health magazine. It was called Core Performance. It specified a workout plan for your shoulders, lower back, abs, and hips. This was supposed to be where all your power and energy was generated from in all movements. AND it said that it can help correct posture and lowerback issues. I thought, “I’m game!”

I’m going to try it out. I’ll do my best to keep you updated on its effectiveness.

1 Comment

  1. g

    Does "Core Performance" work for women, too? I could use a good power base.

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