Part One of this series said 40+ guys should take valuable cues from women to refine their fitness-and-health approach for the decades ahead.
1. Don’t let competitiveness become counterproductive to fitness
2. Focus more on total-body fitness
3. Seek out help and support more
4. Take nutrition more seriously
I have no intent to perpetuate stereotypes. But these patterns do fit with how many people assume women behave compared to men. So yeah, I’ll admit it in this language: Part One suggested we learn from attitudes and behaviors some might describe as “womanly.”
However you describe them, they have real benefits for lifelong fitness, health and wellness.
If anything, this Part Two makes a more cage-rattling point. Some women in the OlderBeast phase of life are “manning up” to fearlessly embrace age and double down on fitness — on “historically-male” fitness turf — more than many guys are.
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Often, knowing what we should do isn’t enough. Sustainable change requires seeing obstacles clearly and changing behavior thoughtfully. And sometimes, feeling accountable to (and getting a friendly push from) someone is critical.
OlderBeast coaching helps you create motivation, make and follow an initial plan, and then refine it into a long-term blueprint. The goal: enable you as Architect of your own body-and-soul health for the decades to come.