is there an age when you wont do, or feel you cant do somethings and what is it
Home time wrote (see)
hoose, seriously, i am a student of martial arts and at my old age of 44 i would not consider competeing anymore, respect
seriously, i am a student of martial arts and at my old age of 44 i would not consider competeing anymore, respect
I don't know of any of my sensei's in this country or in Japan who are still at the tender age of 44.
They are all also still competing
There's nothing I've given up, or won't do, because I think I'm too old.
I don't wear tiny short skirts, or have acres of skin on show (except in the gym, or running in the summer) because I think it looks chavvy - whatever age you are.
(Having said that, I think it looks even worse on the flabbier and/or wrinklier women!)
Wilkie - I generally agree but have also developed a fear of looking like 'mutton'.
MuttleyIt still ruins the carpet just the same though.
not yet to give up yet, just more realistic as to what my body is capable off,although i do keep pushin it and suffering for it sometimes.
my mind on the other hand is what gets me hurt,as it constantly tells me i can do things as well as i used to when i was 18
I used to go for nights out where I could eat my cake and have it (some time later). Can't cope with that like I used to.
Life's too short to give up on friends like I used to. Used to think I could do it all myself, but now realise I need help. I hope my friends are old enough to realise the same...
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