lol, indeed. i def see cursor as our own local inspiration. at 51 (third pic age) would put most highschool/college age kids to shame. i think the most amazing part about it is that his transformation started at 48. just goes to show you, it's never too late.
all the videos are nuts.
we all have moments in our life that change us and change the way we see things. i saw something that solidified my fitness lifestyle a few months ago...
i was in line at subway when i noticed a gathering of folks next to the fountain drink station. i looked over to see them worrying/helping an old lady that had fallen. i also noticed a few people helping her husband get to her. he was on a walker and could barely move. seeing BOTH of them in this state, i had to wonder what kind of physical condition they were in. i could only assume that, like most older folks, exercise was not part of their daily lives. i get it. not everyone has the same values as us. i dont put my values above anyone else's, but i cannot understand the idea of not taking care of yourself to the point of being so physically incapable of some of the simplest things. i understand that medical conditions, especially at that age, play a factor, but i have to wonder, how many of those conditions would have been eliminated/lessened had they exercised regularly. i cant pretend to know their situation. all i can do is do what i can to give myself the best opportunity to not end up like that.