Durango Texas blog. I don't know why this ad shows up. I don't remember blogging about being an old guy in great shape.
If it is true that this is an actual photo of a 72 year old doctor who has used science, nutrition and exercise to achieve the results we are looking at in the picture, well, sign me up for that program.
I have a couple decades to go before I am 72 and, hopefully, in as good a shape as this particular doctor.
I am currently having some success at reducing the beer gut-like growth that I mysteriously grew without having had the pleasure of consuming excessive amounts of beer.
My around the middle waist measurement has receded about an inch since I started receding. I can now suck the measuring tape in to just under 36 inches.
Saturday, February 25, 2012
Thursday, February 9, 2012
I saw this amusing vintage poster this morning on Mary Kellogg Bishop's Facebook page. I can identify with the sentiment expressed by the lady in the Lounger Chair, due to the fact that I would not mind being as thin as I was, back at a weight, that at that point in time, I thought was fat.
As in, let's say, around 195 pounds.
At 195 pounds I would feel really skinny at this particular point in time.
I am almost 100% certain that is not Mary Kellogg Bishop lounging in the Lounger Chair in the poster.