Vincent Soberano doesn’t look fifty. He has the powerful physique of a much younger man. How he maintains this level of fitness at an age when many people’s health declines is the subject of 50. Soberano attributes his healthy body to his “ageless” Martial Fit Life system, which breaks down into three areas: exercise, nutrition, and relationships. He recommends martial arts training as a primary form of exercise, as training improves strength, aerobic capacity, and endurance. Nutrition is an important aspect of any anti-aging program. Eating right improves overall health, reduces disease, and staves off conditions we mistakenly believe are inevitable with age. Soberano shares his own nutritional strategy to help keep your body as young as possible. Does it seem odd a martial artist should discuss the importance of relationships? It shouldn’t. Martial artists concern themselves with relationships, including interaction with sparring partners, instructors, and opponents. Soberano shows how this philosophy carries over to relationships outside the dojo or boxing gyms. A frank, fun discussion of martial arts, fitness, and aging, 50 isn’t an anti-aging self-help book written by a thirty-something who just discovered his first gray hair. Soberano is fifty, making his advice both authentic and compelling.
Author: Vincent Soberano ISBN: 9781492345329 Pages: 182 pages Format: PDF Size: 20.57 Mb