Jeff Redmon Testimonial “Younger Next Year” And 7 Tips For Health

Jeff Redmon Testimonial “Younger Next Year” And 7 Tips For Health

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Jeff Redmon Testimonial “Younger Next Year” And 7 Tips For Health

Jeff Redmon Testimonial “Younger Next Year” And 7 Tips For Health

In June 2010, I was overweight, took meds for high blood sugar and high triglycerides.  I was experiencing firsthand the 70% of ailments that are directly related to our sedentary lifestyles.  My daughter suggested we try out OSI Physical Therapy and The Training Room where she had done part of her physical therapy internship.  It was the best advice a daughter could have ever given her out of shape parents.  Fast forward a year and now over 3 years, I ain’t a perfect physical specimen, but through persistence at the gym and watching what I eat, my blood sugars and triglycerides are completely normal without medication.   No meds!!!

Chris Crowley and Henry Lodge, M.D. in their 2004 book: Younger Next Year: A Guide to Living Like 50 Until You’re 80 and Beyond, seek to dispel our ideas about diet and aging.  This book is a must read for anyone who is not looking forward to years of decay that we think are inevitable after 50 and wants to do something about it.

Younger Next Year describes in a fun easy to read way how each one of us can slow if not stop the decay. Backed by strong science YNY gives us Harry’s Rules to living like 50 until you are 80 and beyond.

7 Tips To Live A Better Life:

  1. Exercise six days a week for the rest of your life.
  2. Do serious aerobic exercise four days a week for the rest of your life.
  3. Do serious strength training with weights two days a week for the rest of your life.
  4. Spend less than you make.
  5. Quit eating crap!
  6. Care.
  7. Connect and commit.

Aging is inevitable, decay is not.  You are worth it, take that first step and stick with it.

Jeff Redmon

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Kim Korhonen

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