If you're tired of seeing ever more signs of your aging body's deterioration and wish to slow or reverse aging, there is some good news. You can now listen your way to a younger you -- well, sort of. To go with his new book, AGE BLASTERS: 3 Steps to a Younger You, Ed Mayhew has created a companion piece, a CD.
If you want to learn how to slow and reverse aging but your busy schedule precludes reading a book, or if you just prefer the convenience of listening, there is a CD version: Age Blasters All-Stars: Empowering stories of 14 men and women who slowed & reversed aging And HOW! (you can download it to your MP3 player or other portable recorder). It will blow your mind to hear the amazing age-defying feats of the masters of aging in Age Blasters All-Stars. These stories are guaranteed to challenge any self-destructive, self-sabotaging beliefs which you may still harbor about aging.
There's the story of Barbara Reed Stitt, who found herself "dying" with several devastating illnesses at age 33. You'll be struck by how, with just a change of diet and the addition of an exercise program, Barbara is able to declare, "Within 3 months all the symptoms were gone." Now 79, she's has been able to enjoy 46 subsequent years of near-perfect health; and that's just the tip of the iceberg of what you can learn for your own revitalization from Barbara's jaw-dropping story of transformation.
There's Michael Tasman, who went from 225-pounds of inertia in his 30s to Ironman triathlete in his 40s and 50s. Michael was also able to successfully stop, cold turkey, heavy drinking and smoking by just focusing on one thought. You'll learn how you can use the same type of mental focus to overcome whatever is holding you back and aging you prematurely.
Here are some of the other stories of transformation -- any one of which might be just the story that you need to hear -- to impel you to take the action needed to rejuvenate your life:
- North Carolina's Ruth Ann Calais, dealing with osteo-arthritis and the beginnings of osteoporosis, first entered a gym at age 52 to get stronger to better care for her invalid mother. Find out how she went on to become a World Champion PowerLifter, with three World Record lifts at age 61.
- Discover how Wisconsin's Roy Pirrung transformed himself from a 2-pack-a-day smoker who struggled to climb single flights of steps in his 30s to the oldest person ever to represent the United States of America in an international running competition at age 60!
- California's Laura Val at a 2007 national masters swimming meet, swam a time at age 56 that would have won her the Gold Medal had she put up the same time at the 1956 Olympics. You'll learn how Laura, a world-ranked swimmer in her youth was able to swim LIFETIME best times in her late 40s and early 50s.
These are but a few of the men and women whose age-redefining athletic feats will have you spending more time in the produce aisle and headed for the gym or the nearest hiking trail. You will discover that, no matter your current age or condition, you can revitalize your life and even grow biologically younger with a little effort, such as getting off the couch and out the door a little more often.
If you want to slow the aging process, but haven't been able to CONSISTENTLY motivate yourself to do something about it, then give the Age Blasters All-Stars CD a go. Simply by listening while driving to work, while shaving or putting on your makeup or while making supper, you will be inspired by these men and women who are redefining what it means to "age." Of course, that doesn't excuse you from reading the book! Bottom line: Read AGE BLASTERS: 3 Steps to a Younger You AND listen to Age Blasters All-Stars and grow younger TWICE as fast.
Ed Mayhew is a speaker (need one?) and the author of Fitter for Life, Fitter After 50 and AGE BLASTERS: 3 Steps to a Younger You and the creator of the Age Blasters Audio Series. Visit Ed at: www.FitterforLife.com www.YouCanGrowYounger.com www.AgeBlasters3.com Ask for your F*R*E*E* Fitter After 50 newsletter