Staying active after retirement is a good thing. Of course as we get older "in moderation" becomes a key phraise in our activities. I am of the belief the longer a person can stay active, the longer they will live.
I golf, hike, ride a bike, fish, and a few other sports with the family youngsters. The other night I was kicking a soccer ball at my grand daughter, getting her some expirience as a goalie.
I have this hankering to join a senior slow pitch soft ball league. Just can't pull the trigger on that idea as yet.
When I was much younger, and still bullet proof, i played a lot of baseball, football, and basketball. I was pretty good at all three. Even ran sprints while on the track team.
A few years ago while suffering through rehab, and not being active, I put on 30lbs in a short period of time. It took a while to lose some of that extra weight.
Golfnow was such a great find. Their tee times were about 5 bucks less than walk up and I could book as a single. Add in the rewards and its Eureka!!! Til lately. Now, Golfnow sucks and pisses me off!!! Less available tee times, Ive paid MORE than the walk up rate twice as of late, and now, for the second week in a row, a hot deal for one is really a hot deal for two and theres an error booking it!! NBC and Golfnow suck!!! I think Im done with you both!!! BOYCOTT golfnow!!