Wednesday, September 20, 2006

The Good "Old" Days

Staying healthy and fit is a lifetime commitment. It's not something that you do one day and be done with it for the rest of your life.

Mets player Julio Franco, who just turned 48 and still is able to compete at the highest level of his sport. He is the oldest active player in the major league baseball. He hopes to continue to play until he is 50!

His devotion to a healthy diet and exercise regime earns his reputation. He is disciplined in his eating habits and workouts. Even his 20-something teammates have a hard time keeping up with him in conditioning drills.

It takes a lot work. But he thinks this is the best time of his life. It is about what you put in your body, not about the money.

My salute to a role model.

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