There are great reasons to keep fighting gravity, man.
Going up hills works different muscles than staying on the flats (and it works the same muscles harder, too). It provides natural interval training. You don’t need some trainer shouting at you “now go harder” – Mother Nature takes care of that. And not least, it gives you a sense of accomplishment and can-do power to help sustain fitness motivation as life unfolds.
But it’s not easy. As the saying goes, if it were easier, more people would be doing it. To keep you among the relative “few who climb,” here are tips for use before, during and after that hill looms up in front of you.
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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.