The Philosophy for staying young and living longer…..

The Philosophy for staying young and living longer…..

John Hart

Many studies have been completed and many experts have studied the Hunza people and the Okinawa people; many will spruik the benefits of supplements and magic powders, the perfect food….. The perfect diet…..even with all these strategies not too many people will past 100 years. “What is the secret for longevity?” I hear you ask…….  Well I am not sure I know either. However what I do know from research and listening to those who live to 100 years is this……..

“Laugh a lot, have a set of parents that live to a ripe old age, have a positive outlook on life, do people a good turn instead of being intent on getting even, eat as natural as you can without all the preservatives and additives, don’t over eat, surround yourself with positive funny people, don’t get too thin, don’t get too fat, relive your youthful years by singing to all those great songs you loved in your teens and early 20’s, keep active, lift heavy things and stay strong, keep walking every day, stop listening to the news of the day, stop listening to negative people, work in something you love, travel, help others, dance a lot, make others laugh, mix with a range of intelligent people, be compassionate to others, do some charity work, love the one you are with, stop worrying, take lots of deep breaths, stop worrying about money and possessions, keep in touch with family, just have a couple of real friends, own and love a dog/pet, do some crazy funny stuff, don’t lie and cheat, be tactful but honest, don’t take life too seriously………..”Even if you don’t live to 100 you will have a lot more fun!!!

This is the John Hart philosophy on life… Try it !!!! LOL…..  

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John Hart

“Master’s In Education” (Disability) Newcastle University Australia

“Grad Cert Education” Newcastle University Australia

“Diploma Fitness/Recreation”

“Diploma of Sport and Recreation”

“Cert 4 Personal Training”

“Level 1 Strength and Conditioning Coach”

Member of ASCA (Australian Strength and Conditioning Association)

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