I won’t lie, a big part of why I eat, train, and self-care the way I do is for aesthetic reasons. There’s nothing wrong with wanting to look good!

While I won’t be featured on the cover of any fitness magazines, I do my best to look as good as I can with my lifestyle and in balance with my other life goals.

But, far more important than how I look is how I FEEL. 

And, what’s really important to me is how I will feel 10, 20, 30, 40+ years from now. Longevity is my number one goal.

Longevity refers to a long length of life, but for our purposes, we want that life to be healthy and full of vitality – being strong and active, full of energy.

Basically, I want to be at my best physically, mentally, and emotionally right up to my last breath.

Now, there’s a LOT that goes into that.

But the latest research is finally pointing to something many of us fitness folks have been preaching for years.

And it’s called the Organ of Longevity. Do you know what that organ is?


The more muscle mass we’re able to retain as we age, the higher our quality of life will be.

The more activities we’ll be able to do and the more we’ll be able to enjoy them.

So, in case you’ve been wondering why strength training is such a prominent aspect of my program, that’s why.

Longevity is the No. 1 goal.

Living as long as we can, as well as we can.

And, it’s never too late to start.

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