Amos stagg was a football coach. He lived to be 103 when 65 is the average life expectancy during his time.
He said: “I have, for the greater part of my life, indulged in running and other vigorous exercise that forced large amounts of oxygen into my body.”
Interesting longevity tip. The human brain is a 3-pound universe. When the body moves, mind moves. The mind and body are interconnected.
In my case, I love walking and running. Walking is my favorite brain/mind tonic. It combines opposites – activity and relaxation, out of the world and solitude. It’s a paradox that oxygenates my whole brain thinking!
So, friend, take up walking and running. It’s an excellent natural anti-depressant and longevity activity!