Ice Sculpting In The Desert

Matthew Arieta said:

“I was having a conversation with a friend earlier about how to best maintain physical and mental well being as we age. The premise was what methods offer the most value for the lowest risk, and what value is there in increasing risk?

We saw methods such as meditation, joint mobility, and yoga (done well with proper instruction) as low risk, high reward. Anything beyond that such as playing sports, martial arts, calisthenics, conditioning, bodybuilding, powerlifting, or weightlifting, increases the risk of injury, so is…

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Steven Barnes is a NY Times bestselling author, ecstatic husband and father, and holder of black belts in three martial arts. www.lifewritingpodcast.com.

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Steven Barnes

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Steven Barnes is a NY Times bestselling author, ecstatic husband and father, and holder of black belts in three martial arts. www.lifewritingpodcast.com.

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