Does it ever feel like your body, your health, and your energy levels just aren’t quite what they used to be?
That every aspect of your wellbeing just seems to be deteriorating year after year after year?
You could be a fitness enthusiast in decent physical shape – but you’re beginning to notice that you need to exercise longer and harder than usual just to maintain your strength (only to feel more beat up, sore and exhausted the next day).
Or you could be a productive and successful executive – but finding the time for those long and strenuous gym sessions to keep your waistline in check always forces you to sacrifice another part of your life.
Or you could be in your later years – but you’re not enjoying your free time the way you imagined, because you just don’t have the energy and strength you once had, or worse still, you’re finding yourself spending more and more time nursing new aches and pains.
“Well, that’s just age catching up.
This is just part of life, I guess…”
While it’s true that aging is a natural biological process our bodies will go through…
What isn’t natural are our beliefs about HOW we age.
All of the above and more is what our post-industrial society has taught us how “growing old” is supposed to look and feel like. That no matter who you are, eventually, we’ll all be relegated to being weak, frail, and lethargic in our later years.
Yet, there are specific communities around the world that completely defy this convention…