No Excuse

It’s no secret I have an on again, off again relationship with exercise. Mostly off these days.

I have no excuse, not with Covid still lurking about. It’s not like I’m going anywhere.

As an official senior citizen, with a cheque from the federal government to prove it, I’d like to claim age as an excuse, but that’s BS and Bill Mason knows it.

Bill is 96 years old. He’s recovering from a stroke he had two years ago—and he works out twice a week.

Sarah Keaveny Vos/CBC

On a suggestion from his grandson,

Sarah Keaveny Vos/CBC

Bill decided to try a Crossfit class for seniors. He celebrated his 96th birthday by doing a series of deadlifts, sit-ups, push-ups, and a 200-metre row.

See what I mean? No excuse.

Monday, first thing.

Heard that before, huh? Yeah, me too 😦

Aimer at Amazon

5 thoughts on “No Excuse

  1. Biden just won! Yahoo!

    I hope Bill is working out at home. I am. Most people at my gym were being safe, but there was always that one who broke the rules. Turns out my home workout is almost as good as the gym workout, even with less equipment at home.

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    1. I know. Congratulations! I’ve been glued to CNN for days. So happy for you guys. A lot of Canadians cheering 🙂

      I agree, working out at home is as good as the gym, or would be, if I can actually get on the damn treadmill 🙂

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  2. Damn, Aimer!!! Now You’ve truly thrown down the gauntlet!!!! Seriously!!! Must You drag all of us down the exercise road with You?!!! Apparently….yes!!!! Ok. Let’s do it!!! Thanks for the laugh and inspiration!!! Damnit! 🤣❤️🤗

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