It Is Never Too Early or Late To Start Working Out

16:59 Eugene Madondo 0 Comments


I do not believe in excuses, I believe that most things are a choice especially when it comes fitness, it does not get more personal than that. Taking care of yourself being healthy are all personal choices, how you choose to live your life is your choice. How you treat your body is your choice, it is you who chooses to treat your body like a temple or a rubbish bin. I also believe that being healthy and being fit by working out is something that you can start at an early age, if you have been treating your body as a garbage bag for years you can also change even if you have many miles under your belt.

Be miserable. Or motivate yourself. Whatever has to be done, it's always your choice.~Wayne Dyer 
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This is Naso, picture from his growing Facebook page check  it out here

I see many kids out there asking if it’s too early to start lifting weights, or start working out, and I am impressed that at an early age usually their teens when they are still growing they are interested in fitness. I wish I started weight lifting when I was around 16 or so, people who did start early like Josef Rakich, Naso, and Simon George are some of many good example of the kind of great physiques you could build at an early age, doing so opened up money making opportunities for these young guys. Naso is sponsored now, Josef Rakich is sponsored and has been featured on some of the top bodybuilding websites in the world, and he also has a personal site where he helps people by selling personalised meal plans and so on. Simon George is an up and coming fitness model at only 19 years old. Naso and Josef Rakich have some of the most followers on their Facebook pages; they are at internet celebrity status.

Those who think they have not time for bodily exercise will sooner or later have to find time for illness. ~ Edward Stanley
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Josef Rakich check his FB page Josef  Rakich fitness with over 100k  likes
The earlier you start living a fitness lifestyle the better in my opinion, even if you would not like to pursue a career in the fitness industry. It simply means you will always be in the best shape of your life, it would help you deal with stress, help you focus and also save you money on medical bills because of your now enhanced health status. You do not necessarily have to lift weights; being fit can be achieved in many ways, for example playing sports which require you to train like soccer and athletics. You could do body-weight exercises, swim, run long distance, there are lots of things you can do specific to your fitness goals. A person who wants to build some muscle could start out doing body-weight exercises and eventually they lift weights when they can afford a gym membership, or they can afford to by weight sets, when they feel they have reached their limits using body-weight exercises and they want to gain more muscle than is possible using their own body-weight etc.

Age is an issue of mind over matter.If you don't mind, it doesn't matter. ~ Mark Twain

Age is not that much of a factor even if you are old you can start working out just to get back in shape and not necessarily for muscle building, just for pure health and fitness. Working out at an older age has many advantages, it could extend your life by improving your health, it could inspire your young kids to lead healthy lifestyles and avoid being fat or obese like many kids are in this generation of video game playing, TV watching zombies. Your kids seeing you as their parent be fit could be inspired to be active, after all parents are the biggest influencers for their kids. There are a lot of other advantages for older people to work out; this was just a reminder that it’s never too late to start, it’s never too late to have a 6 pack, on Body Space every day I see guys who are over 50 who are in much better shape than most people will ever be at any age.

He who enjoys good health is rich, though he knows it not. ~ Italian Proverb

Fitness is not about age, it’s not about the short term, but it’s a lifestyle. Once it gets ahold of you it’s hard to let go, it is one of the very few addictions which are actually good for you.

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